23Jul/14
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EU falters on Russia sanctions

(Reuters Business Report) – Flags fly at half mast in the Netherlands.

It marks a day of mourning as the bodies of the MH17 flight victims arrive.

193 of the 298 killed were Dutch.

Calls for tougher sanctions on Russia over its involvement in the Ukraine crisis continue, and the EU is facing criticism for taking its time.
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23Jul/14
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Scores of Palestinians flee on foot from Gaza fighting

Columns of Palestinians fleeing Israeli strikes in Gaza’s Khan Younis walk away with just a few of their belongings and no where to go.
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23Jul/14
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Civilians run for cover as Israel pummels Gaza

Terrified civilians run for cover during Israel’s attack on Sunday on Gaza’s Shejaia district a video shot by Palestinian documentary makers shows – 72 people were killed during the fighting; Another video posted on the Internet shows an air strike obliterating a building.
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23Jul/14
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Basketball fans queue to catch glimpse of Lebron James

HONG KONG, CHINA (JULY 23, 2014)(REUTERS) – NBA superstar Lebron James continued his tour of China on Wednesday (July 23) by stopping in Hong Kong to promote his new line of sports shoe.
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23Jul/14
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Nigerians hope for safe return of abducted schoolgirls 100 days on

One hundred days after Nigerian school girls are kidnapped by Islamists Boko Haram, their parents say they will never give up hope of their safe return and they hold a commemorative ceremony with supporters of the ‘Bring Back our Girls’ campaign.
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22Jul/14
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Delta, US Airways halt flights to Israel

U.S. air carriers Delta Air Lines and US Airways, a unit of American Airlines Group, have halted flights to Israel to ensure passenger safety.
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22Jul/14
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Narendra Modi’s couture basks in all glories of Indian fashion designers

After making a style statement at the BRICS summit in Brazil with his sartorial taste, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tops the wish list of fashion designers who would like to dress him up for his high profile visit to the United States where he is due to hold dialogue with President Obama.
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