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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) At least 13 civilians were killed in an airstrike that hit a residential building in a volatile district of eastern Nangarhar province early Wednesday, an Afghan official said. The U.S. military in Afghanistan said the incident was being investigated. Esmatullah Shinwari, a Nangarhar lawmaker, told The Associated Press that a crowd had gathered at the house in Achin district, near the Pakistan border, to welcome home a tribal leader returning from the Hajj, an annual Muslim pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. At least 12 people were wounded in the strike, including the tribal leader, he said. Hazrat Hussain Mashreqiwal, the spokesman for the provincial police chief, said that the airstrike had targeted Islamic State group loyalists.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016  11:29


World - Bank of England begins corporate debt purchases

The Bank of England on Tuesday began buying £10 billion of corporate debt under a wide-ranging stimulus programme aimed at propping up the economy after Britain voted to exit the EU. The BoE last month announced it would buy company bonds worth the equivalent of $13 billion or 11.6 billion euros over an 18-month period. It came as the BoE slashed its key interest rate by a quarter-point to a record-low 0.25 percent and expanded its main quantitative easing (QE) bond-buying scheme by £60 billion to £435 billion.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016  19:49


World - Afghan official: 13 civilians killed in airstrike on house

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) An Afghan official says at least 13 civilians have been killed in an airstrike that hit a residential house in a volatile district of eastern Nangarhar province.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016  09:33


World - Tanker brings first US shale gas to Britain

A tanker carrying the first shipment of shale gas from the United States arrived on Tuesday in Britain, where there are currently no commercial fracking operations because of fierce public opposition. The ship arrived at Grangemouth, a sprawling energy complex on the River Forth near Edinburgh in Scotland, where the North Sea offshore oil and gas reserves are becoming too costly to extract. A £2 billion (2.3 billion euros, $2.6 billion) investment by Ineos, the world`s third largest chemical company, will create a `virtual pipeline` with eight tankers transporting regular shipments across the Atlantic to Britain and Norway.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016  09:47


World - Wide-eyed Leicester face Champions League home bow

Four months on from their astonishing 5,000-1 Premier League triumph, the stardust returns to Leicester City`s King Power Stadium in Tuesday`s first ever Champions League home game against Porto. Leicester have made a faltering start to their title defence and after Saturday`s 4-1 loss at Manchester United, they have now lost as many league games -- three -- as in the entirety of last season. `In Bruges it was a surreal feeling - you walk out on a Champions League carpet, through a Champions League arch,` said winger Marc Albrighton, who scored Leicester`s opener in Belgium.

Monday, September 26, 2016  21:05


World - UK police arrest man in Pippa royal photo `hack`

British police said Saturday they had arrested a suspect following reports that 3,000 photographs had been hacked from Pippa Middleton, sister-in-law of Prince William, and were being touted for sale. The pictures were reported by The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers to have been stolen from Middleton`s iCloud account and included shots of her sister Kate, plus her and William`s children Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one. The Sun said it had been asked for £50,000 (58,000 euros, $65,000) for the shots.

Saturday, September 24, 2016  22:26


Business - Wal-Mart must face U.S. class action over alleged Mexican bribery

Wal-Mart Stores Inc must face a class-action lawsuit accusing the world`s largest retailer of defrauding shareholders by concealing suspected bribery to help it expand faster in Mexico, a U.S. judge said. In a decision on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Susan Hickey in Fayetteville, Arkansas rejected Wal-Mart`s contention that a Michigan pension fund had no standing to lead the case because it had not suffered losses on the retailer`s stock. The decision means shareholders can sue Wal-Mart and former Chief Executive Mike Duke as a group over the alleged cover-up of bribery at Wal-Mart de Mexico.

Thursday, September 22, 2016  00:25


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Tuesday, September 27, 2016  23:11


Business - Wal-Mart pays quarterly bonuses to more store employees

Wal-Mart Stores Inc said it paid more than $201 million in second-quarter bonuses to hourly store staff as 99 percent of its stores met targets for cleanliness, faster checkout and better service. The world`s largest retailer said 932,000 store employees received a quarterly bonus this year. Wal-Mart is the largest private employer in the United States, with about 1.5 million workers including hourly store staff, store management and truck drivers.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016  11:14


World - Official: 13 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attack

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) An Afghan official says that at least 13 Afghan army soldiers were killed when a group of Taliban militants attacked their checkpoint in northern Kunduz province.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016  09:38

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