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Markets trade in red, Sensex down 123 pts

The 30-share index, which had opened at 30,944 against Friday's close of 31,028, witnessed a 344-point swing in intraday trade. The BSE Sensex jumped 81.07 points to settle at a new high of 31,109...

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Rogic: It was wonderful to score Celtic victor

Rogic: It was wonderful to score Celtic victor

The Dons' lead did not last long though as Celtic struck back just two minutes later, Stuart Armstrong picking out the bottom corner with a calm and powerful long-range effort to level matters. We...

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Melania Trump Hails 'Empowerment of Women' at Saudi Company Visit

He said the United States and its allies "should know that Iran is a democratic, stable and powerful country" and that it promoted "peace, good neighborliness, and the creation of a world opposed ...

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Police make 14th arrest over Manchester bombing as probe goes 'full tilt'

Police make 14th arrest over Manchester bombing as probe goes 'full tilt'

The arrest was made during a raid in the Gorton area of Manchester on "suspicion of offences contrary to the terrorism act", the Greater Manchester police said in a statement on Twitter. "The in...

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Britain's Heathrow says BA still experiencing some disruptions

Britain's Heathrow says BA still experiencing some disruptions

The union blamed cost cutting for the travel chaos. Efforts to restore operations to normal took longer than anticipated. Last night it emerged that the airline had refused offers of assistance fr...

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Macron hosts Putin in latest diplomatic test

Putin's foreign affairs adviser, Yuri Ushakov, said Russian Federation is dissatisfied with the current level of political contacts, adding that the talks will offer a chance to review them. A Russian...

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Oil trades below US$50 as market pessimism over OPEC deal lingers

Oil trades below US$50 as market pessimism over OPEC deal lingers

The 2016 OPEC forecast predicted that lower prices would devastate the US fracking boom by driving domestic production back to about 7.5 million barrels a day and keeping it there for the next five ...

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British Airways finally resumes flights after chaotic IT outage

British Airways finally resumes flights after chaotic IT outage

Flights were cancelled at both Heathrow and Gatwick yesterday, and while some departures from Gatwick have been delayed today, none have been cancelled yet. After Saturday's incident more than 100,000...

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Computers Not Fully Up, But British Airways to Resume Flights

Around 30 flights were cancelled from Heathrow on Sunday morning, including services to Manchester, Aberdeen, Dublin and Bucharest while other flights to Berlin, Istanbul, Vienna and Copenhagen were o...

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German government at odds with itself over Greek debt relief

German government at odds with itself over Greek debt relief

Greek lawmakers approved a reforms package last Thursday that includes pension cuts and tax hikes as demanded by the country's creditors to pave the way for the disbursement of bailout funds totaling ...

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North Korea fires unidentified projectile from eastern region

We continue to monitor North Korea's actions closely, " the statement continued. The South Korean army strongly condemned Pyongyang, saying its continuous provocations "will be facing strong punishm...

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Trump Sends Nafta Renegotiation Notice to Congress

TPP's objective was precisely to establish a modern approach to free trade by encompassing new products and services - sectors in which the US has most to gain - and by making labor and environmenta...

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NKorean missile launch may be testing rivals, not technology

May 14: North Korea test-fires its newly developed Hwasong-12 missile, which it says can carry a heavy nuclear warhead. "We continue to monitor North Korea's actions closely", the Pacific Command ...

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Canada opens World Women's Rugby Sevens Series with three wins

Canada opens World Women's Rugby Sevens Series with three wins

HSBC Player of the Final Tui was typically humble in accepting her award and also made reference to a number of players who were unable to make the trip to Langford due to commitments with the New Z...

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Trump lashes out at leaks, considers staff upheaval

Back on his home turf after an eight-day foreign trip, President Donald Trump is once again facing down controversy - and now it's hitting close to home. Both Lewandowski and Bossie discussed the ...

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More arrests in Manchester attack; UK remains on high alert

Abedi's brother and father also were arrested in Libya last week where they are being held. British police earlier said they believe an apartment in the city centre was where he put together his d...

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Heathrow chaos as BA cancels more flights

Heathrow chaos as BA cancels more flights

Around one quarter of Sunday's flights set to depart from London's major hub before 4.00 pm (1500 GMT) were cancelled as the airline battled to contain the "knock-on disruption" to schedules, with a...

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Chinese Stocks Drop to Seven-Month Low After Moody's Downgrade

Moody's argues, however, that these aims will be hampered somewhat by the country's "economy-wide debt", which it says is set to rise as economic growth slows . "China's economy is expected to mainta...

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China Downgraded by Moody's As Debt Increases

The cut to China's long-term local currency rating to A1 from Aa3 puts the country on a par with the Czech Republic, Estonia, Israel, Japan and Saudi Arabia. However, Liao said the move "makes no se...

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Sailing-How the America's Cup races will decide the victor

The British entry team Land Rover BAR was conceived by four times Olympic gold medallist and 34th America's Cup victor, Sir Ben Ainslie, with the aim of challenging for Britain and bringing the presti...

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