• Jeremy Corbyn gives EU's chief negotiator an Arsenal shirt
Jeremy Corbyn gives EU's chief negotiator an Arsenal shirt

Barnier recalled his time running the 1992 Winter Olympics and, offering Corbyn a vintage tourist poster for his native Savoy Alps, reminded him of Anglo-French business links in the region, notably in the British-built ski resort of Meribel.

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  • Livforsakringsbolaget Skandia Omsesidigt Increases Position in Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc
Livforsakringsbolaget Skandia Omsesidigt Increases Position in Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc

The average 1-year price target for (IPG) reveals an average price target of $26.69 per share. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION WARNING: "Nomura Asset Management Co. If you are reading this article on another publication, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of U.S. & worldwide trademark and copyright legislation.

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  • Sourav Ganguly : Virat Kohli needs to understand how coaches operate
Sourav Ganguly : Virat Kohli needs to understand how coaches operate

We want to speak to Kohli once he's back from America. Ganguly made it clear that whoever was chosen would be in place till the 2019 World Cup and tellingly said, "We shouldn't be seen again six months down the line doing something different".

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  • Germany mulling consequences after turbines sent to Crimea
Germany mulling consequences after turbines sent to Crimea

Siemens declined to comment on Mr. Seibert's remarks. However, an unnamed government official in Crimea told Reuters they were. Siemens spokesman Philipp Encz told Sputnik earlier that the company does not have proof that the turbines in Crimea belong to the company, but has reasons to believe so.

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  • USA charges 412 in health fraud schemes worth $1.3 billion
USA charges 412 in health fraud schemes worth $1.3 billion

Some doctors, nurses and pharmacists billed the programs for unnecessary drugs that were never purchased or passed on to the patient. "As you all know, we have a multi-front battle in front of us right now: an increase in violent crime, vicious gangs, an opioid epidemic, threats from terrorism and human traffickers", Sessions said in a speech in ...

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  • Boy arrested after allergic reaction death at Greenford school
Boy arrested after allergic reaction death at Greenford school

The case has been passed onto homicide officers and a 13-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder before being released on bail pending further inquiries, a Met spokesperson said. We just can not understand what happened. A mother claimed pupils were larking about and things got out of hand. This is not bullying. The mum, wh...

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  • Parents fight to keep baby alive in United Kingdom legal battle
Parents fight to keep baby alive in United Kingdom legal battle

Courts have previously denied Connie Yates and Chris Gard the right to to send their 11-month-old son Charlie Gard to the U.S. on the grounds it would prolong his suffering without any realistic prospect of it helping. "We've raised over £1.2 million and have had invitations from specialised doctors in the USA and Italy offer their groundbreaking t...

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  • Don't miss! All the Bollywood stars travelling to NY for IIFA
Don't miss! All the Bollywood stars travelling to NY for IIFA

IIFA weekend will begin with Stomp party that will take place at the Times Square, followed by IIFA Rocks, a musical gala featuring A R Rahman, on Friday evening. On 14 July, there will be IIFA Business Forum meet and IIFA Rocks Green Carpet. Shahid Kapoor has been nominated for the IIFA awards for the best actor for his performance in Udta Punjab...

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  • Mother issues trampoline warning after toddler breaks 'strongest bone in his body'
Mother issues trampoline warning after toddler breaks 'strongest bone in his body'

The AAP has come out against trampolines for one simple reason: too many injuries. "Come to find out, according to the America Academy of Pediatrics and the America Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons 'children under the age of 6 should never use a trampoline, '" added the mom in the post.

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  • What Video Just Surpassed 'Gangnam Style' as Most-Viewed Ever?
What Video Just Surpassed 'Gangnam Style' as Most-Viewed Ever?

Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth , however, are not sitting very comfortable in that position, because their song is already facing some serious competition. The song was released following Fast and the Furious star Paul Walker's tragic death. People from YouTube , in a statement said that Psy's uncanny dance number stayed at the top spot for f...

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  • Trump Headed to Paris, a City He Has Said is Dangerous
Trump Headed to Paris, a City He Has Said is Dangerous

They were invited to celebrate Bastille Day festivities on Friday, which will include US troops to mark the 100th anniversary of America's entrance into World War I. The visit will also gauge whether Trump and Macron can find consensus on any of the critical issues on which they openly disagree. The biggest division between the two men is...

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  • Woman Dies From Tick-Borne 'Bourbon Virus'
Woman Dies From Tick-Borne 'Bourbon Virus'

DHSS staff, including local public health authorities, and the CDC are now collecting ticks in Missouri for Bourbon virus testing. "We were all just talking about it cause it's such a big concern with all the woods around here". "It makes you fearful about going outside", Potter said. The CDC said people with severe Powassan virus often need to...

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  • Coyotes hire Rick Tocchet away from Penguins
Coyotes hire Rick Tocchet away from Penguins

I'd like to thank Mr. Barroway and John Chayka for this incredible opportunity. "We are very pleased to name Rick as our new head coach", Chayka, the Coyotes' general manager, said in a statement. Tocchet spent one season as a Coyotes assistant in 2005 and played parts of three seasons with the team from 1997 to 2000. He was head coach of Tampa B...

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  • Eleven killed, six injured in Najran farm fire
Eleven killed, six injured in Najran farm fire

The Indians were mainly migrant workers, BBC reported. "I am aware of the fire tragedy in Najran in which we have lost 10 Indian nationals and six injured are in hospital". The fire broke out due to short circuit in an old air-conditioning unit, according to primary information. "Eleven people died of asphyxiation, and six others were injured", N...

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  • Gene therapy to kill cancer moves a step closer to market
Gene therapy to kill cancer moves a step closer to market

The Food and Drug Administration advisory panel voted 10-0 on Wednesday to recommend approval of the treatment developed by the University of Pennsylvania and Novartis Corp. Typically, cancer patients take one or more drugs until they stop working, then switch to a other drugs, so treatment - and side effects - can go on for years.

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  • Tufts Nurses Go On Strike Wednesday After Breakdown In Contract Negotiations
Tufts Nurses Go On Strike Wednesday After Breakdown In Contract Negotiations

The 1,200 registered nurses at Tufts Medical Center are on strike until 6:59 a.m. Thursday in what their union said is the largest nurses' strike in MA history and the first in Boston in over 30 years. Nurses claim they would experience "significant losses" under the new plan and proposed the hospital adopt a multi-employer pension plan, one hosp...

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  • Pastor and wife welcome twins 2 years after tragedy
Pastor and wife welcome twins 2 years after tragedy

A worship leader at one of Charlotte's biggest churches, Forest Hills, Gentry was driving back from his sister's wedding when his auto was struck by 28-year-old Matthew Dean at traffic lights. we let him go be with his brother Dobbs in heaven", Gentry said to his congregation. David went on to note the tone of forgiveness in the courtroom.

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  • UAE named among laziest countries in the world
UAE named among laziest countries in the world

Meanwhile, Indonesia was bottom of the rank with an average of just 3,513. This gender step gap, however, varied quite a bit from country to country. Countries with high levels of activity inequality , like Saudi Arabia and the U.S., show that women are less active than men, while countries with low levels of obesity and inequality, such as Japan,...

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  • Massive landslide in Arunachal Pradesh, 5 killed, 9 missing
Massive landslide in Arunachal Pradesh, 5 killed, 9 missing

Officials said five bodies have been retrieved so far from the debris. "The locals said 14 people were there when the tragedy struck", district's additional deputy commissioner Jalash Pertin said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he was anguished over the flood situation in various parts of the Northeast and promised all possible he...

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  • Tatum turns heads at NBA Summer League
Tatum turns heads at NBA Summer League

Brown, like many young Summer Leaguers playing in Las Vegas , is under the legal drinking age, which means there isn't a whole lot for he and his contemporaries to (legally) do in Sin City. Bell didn't take too long to show it, doing so in his third Summer League game against the Minnesota Timberwolves and posting a mythical five-by-five stat li...

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