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Australia Readies 50 Police to Send to Ukraine Open in new window
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Australia sends 50 police to London in anticipation of joining UN security force in Ukraine

Spain's Repsol Sees Profits Jump on YPF Bond Gains Open in new window
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Spain's Repsol says Q2 profit jumps 95 pct on gains from sale of seized YPF compensation bonds

Hamas resists Kerry's attempts at cease-fire deal as fighting rages Open in new window
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THE LEADERSHIP of Hamas has said it will not consider any Gaza cease-fire proposal that does not call for the lifting of a joint Israel-Egypt blockade meant to prevent rockets and other weapons from reaching the group. FAA lifts flight restrictions on Tel Aviv airport | European airlines cancel more flights to IsraelIsraelis skeptical of cease-fire solution as Kerry pushes for peace | OPINION: America can't solve this conflict

FREE AT LAST Sudanese Christian who faced death flown to Italy Open in new window
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US lawmakers seek answers in 'troubling' violation of Sudanese Christian woman's human rights

'GASPING AND SNORTING' Arizona inmate's execution takes nearly two hours Open in new window
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AP reporter describes execution of convicted double murderer

Algeria lost contact with Air Algerie aircraft: APS state news agency Open in new window
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ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algerian aviation authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie aircraft en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers, about 50 minutes after take-off, the APS state news agency reported on Thursday.

Court: Poland Violated Human Rights in CIA Case Open in new window
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Court: Poland violated human rights in allowing CIA to abuse terror suspects at 'black sites'

VIDEO: 'Cheesegrater' construction complete Open in new window
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Building work is completed on the tallest skyscraper in the City of London.

New force to fight Nigeria Islamists Open in new window
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Nigeria and three of its neighbours pledge to speed up the creation of a 2,800-strong regional force to tackle militant Islamist group Boko Haram.

UK retail sales continue to grow Open in new window
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The volume of goods sold in the UK's shops, stores and supermarkets continues to grow, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

U.N. Rights Chief Says Israel May Be Committing War Crimes Open in new window
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Her comments come as the Palestinian death toll hits 697, of which 518 are civilians, including 170 children and 86 women

Decision over seat sharing after discussion with Congress: NCP President Open in new window
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The decision over seat sharing in the upcoming state Assembly elections would be taken only after having a discussion with the Congress high command, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) state president Sunil Tatkare has said. The Congress-NCP coordination committee on Wednesday had a discussion over the upcoming Assembly elections. While the NCP was firm on its demand for 144 seats, the Congress party is not ready to accept their proposal of a 50-50 seat seat sharing formula.  But the Congress believes that there is no question of giving more seats to NCP. According to sources, Congress is willing to interchange some of its seats, while tickets would also be given to some independent candidates. A few days ago on July 21, Tatakre had said that if the Congress would not give them 144 seats, NCP would contest all the seats independently. But on July 24 he tweeted, “We (Congress-NCP) will contest the Vidhan Sabha elections as an alliance.”   If #Congress won't give us 144 seats, #NCP will contest all seats independently. And we are determined to win these seats - Sunil Tatkare — NCP (@NCPspeaks) July 21, 2014 We will contest the #Vidhan Sabha #election as an #alliance — Sunil Tatkare (@SunilTatkare) July 24, 2014 A few weeks ago, stating that NCP had won twice the number of seats as compared to Congress in Maharashtra in the recent Lok Sabha polls, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has sought equal number of seats for his party with Congress in the upcoming Assembly polls. He had also reiterated that if his party didn't get half the seats, it would contest all the 288 Assembly seats in the state. Tatkare further added, “We insist to contest 144 seats. Co-ordination committee will meet again and a positive decision will be taken. NCP chief Sharad Pawar will hold a meeting with the party leaders over the issue of seat sharing. Also there is no proposal to form an alliance with the Samajwadi Party.  We insist to #contest 144 seats. Co-ordination committee will meet again and a #positive #decision will be taken. — Sunil Tatkare (@SunilTatkare) July 24, 2014 #NCP #Chief @PawarSpeaks to hold a meet with #party #leaders over Seat sharing on Saturday. — Sunil Tatkare (@SunilTatkare) July 24, 2014 Meanwhile, Tatkare avoided any talk about Narayan Rane saying, “Narayan Rane is an internal issue of the Congress party, we have nothing to say about it.  NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik said, “We are firm on 50-50 seat sharing. Whether our alliance remains or breaks, we will inform you.” In the 2009 Assembly elections, NCP had won 62 seats of 113 contested, while the Indian National Congress had won 82 seats of 170 contested seats.   ReportMumbaiDNA Web TeamDNA WebdeskMumbaiCongressNationalist Congress Party (NCP)Elections 2014 Maharashtraassembly elections 2014Web ExclusivespecialThursday, 24 July 2014 - 1:36pmThursday, 24 July 2014 - 1:36pm dnai.in/chZI

Plane With More MH17 Crash Victims Leaves Ukraine Open in new window
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A Dutch military aircraft carrying remains of victims of the Malaysian plane which was downed over eastern Ukraine has departed for the Netherlands.

Air Algerie Loses Contact With Plane Over Africa Open in new window
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Air Algerie said it lost contact with one of its aircraft nearly an hour after takeoff from Burkina Faso on Thursday bound for Algiers.

CSIRO cuts space research deeply to find required $114m savings Open in new window
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The CSIRO is scrambling to deal with funding cuts in the federal budget, and astronomy is in the firing line Continue reading...

Iraq: 60 Dead in Attack on Prisoner Convoy Open in new window
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Gunmen attacked a prisoner convoy north of Baghdad on Thursday, setting off a gunbattle with troops in which 52 prisoners and eight soldiers were killed, officials said.

U.S. ends ban on flights into Tel Aviv Open in new window
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The Federal Aviation Administration removed its ban on U.S. passenger planes flying to and from Tel Aviv Wednesday night, a day-and-a-half after stopping all the flights citing security concerns.

Families of abducted girls fight Boko Haram and a supine government Open in new window
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Distraught parents cling to hope, 100 days after Islamist rebels kidnapped nearly 300 of their daughters from a school in Borno state Continue reading...

Met 'gathered' Menezes family details Open in new window
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The Metropolitan Police gathered information on relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes, who was shot dead by police in 2005, their lawyer says.

More remains of MH17 victims to arrive in Netherlands Open in new window
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A week after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over war-torn eastern Ukraine, dozens more coffins containing remains of victims of the crash were due to arrive in the Netherlands on Thursday.

More MH17 bodies to leave Ukraine Open in new window
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Another 74 bodies from the MH17 plane crash are due to leave Ukraine, as UK experts are to start examining data from the two flight recorders.



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