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Spotlight: Fighting terror, reviving economy Egypt's majo...

by Mahmoud Fouly. CAIRO, July 22 (Xinhua) -- Fighting growing terrorism andreviving an exhausted economy represent two major interrelatedchallenges facing the most populous Arab country, Egypt, for bothissues are two faces of the same coin. Ongoing terrorist activities in Egypt dissuade a lot of....
 

Zuma reiterates call for radical economic transformation

CAPE TOWN, July 22 (Xinhua) -- President Jacob Zuma on Saturdayreiterated his call for radical socio-economic transformation tocorrect the wrongs of apartheid. South Africa has high rates of unemployment (which hovers around27 percent) because of the structure of the economy and labourmarket --....

Spotlight: Expert values U.S.-China cooperation, as compa...

by Xinhua writers Xia Lin, Guo Shuang, Huang Chao. LAS VEGAS, the United States, July 22 (Xinhua) -- A U.S. expert highlighted the progressive cooperation between the United States and China in cyber security, as companies strive for better solutions and top hackers started their annual meetings here on Saturday.

Homeless in England, a reality for 120,000 kids, says sho...

LONDON, July 22 (Xinhua) -- The number of homeless children inBritain living in temporary accommodation has rocketed to more than120,000, a shock report revealed Saturday. The Local Government Association (LGA), which represents 350town and city councils in England, described the current situationas unsustainable.

California's Obamacare exchanges in limbo

Covered California might not wrap up negotiations with insurers and announce 2018 premiums for its 1.4 million customers until mid-August — about a month later than usual. Similar scenarios are playing out across the country as state officials and insurers demand clarity on health care rules and....

Latest California innovation: A Republican case for cap and trade

Minutes after a bipartisan coalition of California lawmakers voted to extend the state’s landmark climate change policy for another decade, Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown stood in front of a bank of television cameras and compared the plan to one championed 30 years ago by GOP icon Ronald Reagan.

California's Obamacare exchanges in limbo

Covered California might not wrap up negotiations with insurers and announce 2018 premiums for its 1.4 million customers until mid-August — about a month later than usual. Similar scenarios are playing out across the country as state officials and insurers demand clarity on health care rules and....

Latest California innovation: A Republican case for cap and trade

Minutes after a bipartisan coalition of California lawmakers voted to extend the state’s landmark climate change policy for another decade, Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown stood in front of a bank of television cameras and compared the plan to one championed 30 years ago by GOP icon Ronald Reagan.

Weekender: Sask. Lyme disease patients are falling through the cracks

Anika Kosteniuk was 13 years old when a tick bite changed her life. She was on vacation in Virginia, on the acreage of her great-aunt and uncle, when she found an eight-legged bug in her armpit. Around the same time, on another acreage near Indian Head, Danah White also got a life-altering tick bite.

Polish protesters sing national anthem

By Laura Smith-Spark, Antonia Mortensen and Paul P. Murphy, CNN Published: July 20, 2017 10:14 PM CDT Updated: July 22, 2017 4:43 PM CDT Protests spread to more than 100 cities in Poland on Saturday after a bill that would give its populist government the power to push all the nation's Supreme....

Protests across Poland over law to control judiciary

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Outage over plans by Poland's governing party to put the judicial system under its political control sparked another day of nationwide protests Saturday, with some people gathering outside the home of ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski and accusing him of being a dictator.

Trump wakes up with Russia, and plenty more, on his mind

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump woke up Saturday with a lot on his mind. He was thinking about the Russia investigation, Hillary Clinton, son Don Jr., health care, the commissioning of the USS Gerald Ford, an Islamic State terrorist who may be dead, his attorney general and his new White House communications aide.

Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threat

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Nevada's new toad species is already on the brink of extinction. Conservationists are preparing an emergency petition to have the Dixie Valley toad listed as an endangered species to protect it from a proposed geothermal energy project at the edge of its isolated home in Churchill County.

Major California wildfire slows as residents try to recover

By ROBERT JABLON Associated Press. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Steve Valdez was back at work Saturday at a hardware store, days after his home and those of his neighbors were incinerated in a gigantic wildfire that swept through a rural area of California near Yosemite National Park. "This is a hardware store in a small town.

Protests across Poland over law to control judiciary

By VANESSA GERA and MONIKA SCISLOWSKA Associated Press. WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Outrage over plans by Poland's governing party to put the judicial system under its political control sparked another day of nationwide protests Saturday, with some people gathering outside the home of ruling party leader....

Trump wakes up with Russia, and plenty more, on his mind

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press. WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump woke up Saturday with a lot on his mind. He was thinking about the Russia investigation, Hillary Clinton, son Don Jr., health care, the commissioning of the USS Gerald Ford, an Islamic State terrorist who may be dead,....

Somerset Lake, wild trout focus of upcoming meetings

Bad financial news. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is behind, and it probably is not catching up. Bernie Matscavage, director of its bureau of administration, said as of June 30, fishing license sales were down 4 percent compared to last year and the five-year average.

Staff threaten to bring Delhi Metro to a halt Monday

The Delhi Metro’s non-executive staff threatened to intensify their protest and bring train services to a halt on Monday, if their demands — including a pay hike — were not met. “We will gather at the Yamuna Bank station Sunday evening. Thereafter, from July 24, the protesting staff of around 9,000....

RJ Malishka Mendosa: Social harassment to road safety, she has taken up various issues

With a Twitter handle named Mumbai Ki Rani and through her easy radio banter on all things Bollywood, local trains, sexual harassment on the streets of the financial capital, food, fashion and more, Radio Jockey Malishka Mendonsa has been the quintessential Mumbai girl for years.

H1N1: BMC stresses on vaccination for high-risk group

With more than 500 cases of H1N1 reported in Mumbai this year, most of those since June, the public health department has intensified its vaccination drive for high-risk groups — pregnant women, health workers and those with hypertension, diabetes and lower immunity.

Shiv Sena calls RJ Malishka Mendosa’s video political gimmick

leaders and corporators in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Saturday called RJ Malishka Mendonsa’s parody video on poor road infrastructure in Mumbai a “political stunt”. Claiming that they are not bothered by the Red FM radio jockey’s song and video, Sena leaders said her view is not shared by the rest of the city.

Country-wide extremism, particularly online, is a sensitive area. It needs a global response: Dominic Asquith

Why Dominic Asquith? As India and the UK mark 70 years of cultural and economic ties between the two countries with a year-long programme, British High Commissioner to India Dominic Asquith is one of the key personnel engaged in efforts to strengthen the relationship.

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From his wife to his nine children, the family has been as much a part of the Lalu story as his survival instincts. Both are now on test with Central agencies closing in on his family, reports SANTOSH SINGH. At first, it appeared to be an innocuous revelation.

Accused arrested: 15-year-old rape victim delivers baby in school

Two days after a 15-year-old girl delivered a baby inside the washroom of a government school in northwest Delhi, police have arrested her 51-year-old neighbour for allegedly raping her. Initial investigation revealed that the neighbour allegedly raped her eight times in the last seven months and....

Chalk & cheese: Two government schools, separated by kilometres, joined by Uttarakhand HC censure

What difference can a court petition make? A story of two government schools, separated by 40 km and joined by Uttarakhand High Court censure. Report and Photographs by KAVITA UPADHYAY. Government Primary School No. 25, Tibri, Haridwar. WITH the morning already promising a sweltering summer day,....

Wheelchair-bound, and in need of wings for Poland

Two years after she was crowned Miss India Wheelchair in Bengaluru, Priya Bhargava has now been selected for the Miss World Wheelchair event, to be held in Poland on October 7. However, her joy was soon replaced by worry about how she would pay for the trip.

Thirty-nine missing Indians in Iraq: After latest reports from Mosul, families question MEA claims

After reports that Badush prison in Iraq where group of 39 missing Indians were last seen was in ruins now, their families have begun questioning the claim of Ministry of External Affairs which had said the men were likely to be in that prison. “I want to ask [Minister of State for External Affairs]....

Turkey Sees Foes at Work in Gold Mines, Cafes and ‘Smurf Village’

Employees of Mr. Ipek’s newspapers and television stations were confronted by the police as they tried to get to their offices in Istanbul on Oct. 28, 2015. Credit Mehmet Ali Poyraz/Agence France-Presse Getty Images. Soon after the raid, a warrant was issued for Mr.

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Icky new beauty trend: snail slime

Snail slime. On your face. All for the sake of beauty. And, hopefully, a handsome profit for US retailers looking to push it along with other K-beauty trends into the mainstream - if people can get over the "ick" factor. Korean consumers are on a constant hunt for innovative products and unusual natural ingredients.

Major California wildfire slows as residents try to recover

LOS ANGELES Steve Valdez was back at work Saturday at a hardware store, days after his home and those of his neighbors were incinerated in a gigantic wildfire that swept through a rural area of California near Yosemite National Park. “This is a hardware store in a small town.
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