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Indian hospital treats chemotherapy patients on road after floods

ASSAM, India: During this week's heavy rains, which caused the region's worst floods in years, staff at the Cachar Cancer ...


Junta air force strikes back after military outpost attacked

KAREN STATE, Myanmar - Over the past three days, an army outpost meters away from Myanmar's border with Thailand has ...


Unable to staff airports, Germany to bring in foreign workers

BERLIN, Germany: A German Interior Ministry spokesperson has said that in a bid to relieve airports overwhelmed by staff shortages ...


Watford FC bans Qatar friendly due to fans' human rights concerns

WATFORD, UK: Watford F.C. has cancelled a friendly match against the Qatar national team due to the Gulf country's human ...


Indonesian president seeks immediate ceasefire in Ukraine

JAKARTA, Indonesia: Indonesian President Joko Widodo has said that he will urge his Russian and Ukrainian counterparts to open peace ...


Northrop, Raytheon to build missile to shoot down hypersonic weapons

WASHINGTON D.C.: Raytheon Technologies and Northrop Grumman have won U.S. contracts to develop missiles to intercept hypersonic weapons.The decision means ...


Expect Indian inflation over 6%, says Reserve Bank of India deputy

NEW DELHI, India: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) deputy governor Michael Patra says India's retail inflation is likely to breach ...


Record foreign investment in Ireland sees 76% from US

DUBLIN, Ireland: Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Ireland reached 1.1 trillion euros in 2020, according to the Central Statistics Office ...


Shanghai Beijing say life returning to normal after Covid lockdowns

SHANGHAI, China: As Shanghai reports no new cases of Covid for the first time in two months, Shanghai's top communist ...


Pakistani politician uses slain singer Moose Wala's pictures for poll campaign

Punjab [Pakistan], July 2 (ANI): Images of slain Indian singer Sidhu Moose Wala are being used by a party member ...


Poll reveals number of Americans backing Biden's re-election media

Over 70% of respondents are opposed to the idea of President Joe Biden's second term, according to a survey cited ...


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Tokyo suffers through heatwave, worst since 1875

Tokyo, Japan: On June 28, Japan baked under intense heat for a fourth successive day, with temperatures breaking nearly 150-year-old ...

Law allowing non-citizens to vote ruled unconstitutional in New York

ALBANY, New York: A New York state judge has struck down a recent law giving 800,000 non-citizen New York City ...

Arab states reaching energy targets with alternative solar, wind power

DUBAI, UAE: The Arab states have built significant amounts of solar and wind power installations, and are in line to ...

Brexit seen as driving force behind Scotland independence vote

LONDON, England: A second referendum on Scottish independence is set to be held in October 2023. The Scottish government, led ...

Tuvalu pulls out of UN ocean conference after China blocks Taiwan

LISBON, Portugal: Tuvalu Foreign Minister Simon Kofe walked out of the opening cermonies of this week's United Nations Ocean Conference ...

14 ft. crocodile captured by man in Indonesia, returned to nature

SULAWESI, Indonesia: Using just a rope, an Indonesian man, supported by fellow villagers on the island of Sulawesi, captured a ...

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Chip design center to be built by MediaTek, Indiana Purdue University

TAIPEI, Taiwan: The world's fourth largest chip designer by revenue, Taiwan's MediaTek, has told Reuters that it plans to create ...

In last 12 months, Ireland's manufacturing saw drop in orders

DUBLIN, Ireland: Manufacturing in Ireland has declined for the first time in over one year, according to a June report ...

Swiss pharma Novartis to cut 7.4% of global workforce

GENEVA, Switzerland: Swiss pharmaceutical group Novartis has said, as part of its previously announced restructuring program, that it could cut ...

20-kilometer MRT Line-5 to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution in Dhaka

DHAKA, Bangladesh- The Japanese government is lending Bangladesh $ 1.4 billion (Tk11,400 crore) to construct a subway in Dhaka. Both ...

High pressure fracking again being used by US oil companies

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Amidst the rise of "re-fracs" in the U.S. as part of the efforts to boost domestic oil production, ...

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Braves attempt to extend Reds' home skid to 10 games

The Atlanta Braves started July with a resounding win, a continuation of the overwhelming success they enjoyed in June. The ...


Marlins aim to extend dominance of Nationals

The Miami Marlins might not seem like a confident team in many cases, but they probably carry that tag this ...


Hot pitchers square off as White Sox face Giants

Chicago's Dylan Cease and San Francisco's Logan Webb hope to follow the same script as two other right-handers from a ...


Pirates, Brewers continue power-packed series

Home runs are a major theme as the Pittsburgh Pirates and the visiting Milwaukee Brewers round the corner into the ...


China Sports Weekly (6.26-7.2)

BEIJING, July 2 (Xinhua) -- Here are the latest Chinese sports headlines over the past week:1. China wins bronze at ...


Phillies eye encore after impressive win over Cardinals

Even without Bryce Harper, the Philadelphia Phillies are proving they have power up and down the lineup. They also showed ...


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Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Expectations were high for this top of the line Hyatt product in "The Big Easy". The taxi rolled up to the rear of the ...