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Top Stories - 50 sites in `birth tourism` raids

Federal agents investigate the lucrative birth tourism industry, catering to Chinese mothers. CNN`s Kyung Lah reports.

Thursday, March 05, 2015  07:01


World - Venezuelan mayor`s arrest casts light on unlikely marriage

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) She was raised by a leader of Venezuela`s opposition and made a name for herself on a popular anti-government TV show. He is the tourism minister and one of the socialist administration`s most passionate defenders.

Thursday, March 05, 2015  05:31


Sports - Former number ones overshadow Ko in Singapore

By John O`Brien SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Lydia Ko`s meteoric rise to the top of women`s golf has shown little sign of slowing down but the New Zealand teen was forced to take a back seat to a pair of former number ones at the HSBC Women`s Champions on Thursday. The 17-year-old phenomenon arrived in Singapore fresh from her Australian and New Zealand Open victories and an opening round four-under 68 at the testing Serapong Course put her well in contention for a hat-trick just two shots off the lead. A little bit jet-lagged because of the long flight but I`ve been trying to pace myself, go nine holes and do the least amount of practice,` Ko told reporters before turning her attention to the searing Singapore temperatures. `I think just this week, the heat is definitely going to get to me, so I`m just going to try and cool down.` Ko`s predecessor at the top of the rankings Park In-bee made the most of cooler early conditions to fire a bogey-free six-under 66 to claim a tie for first place along with Taiwan`s Yani Tseng, who is showing glimpses of a return to form after a two-year slump.

Thursday, March 05, 2015  08:50


World - Ukraine military says one soldier killed in past 24 hours in east

KIEV (Reuters) - One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and another wounded in fighting with pro-Russian separatists in east Ukraine, military spokesman Vladislav Seleznyov said on Thursday, despite a ceasefire deal meant to decrease tensions. Another military spokesman said rebels had violated the ceasefire, agreed in Minsk last month, with 40 attacks on Ukrainian troops` positions and civilian targets, including 17 artillery attacks. (Reporting by Pavel Polityuk, Writing by Thomas Grove, Editing by Alexander Winning)

Thursday, March 05, 2015  07:55


Top Stories - Was teen an ISIS recruiter?

A 17-year-old Virginia student has been charged with helping recruit for ISIS, federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday.

Thursday, March 05, 2015  03:42


World - Cuba, EU renew talks on relations; will discuss human rights

By Daniel Trotta HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba and the European Union renewed talks on improving relations on Wednesday, advancing on several issues but leaving the major topics of trade and human rights until Thursday, Cuba said. This was the third round of talks, but the first since Cuba opened a similar dialogue with the United States following the landmark announcement on Dec. 17 that the two longtime adversaries would restore diplomatic relations. In almost three hours on Wednesday, Cuba and the Europeans made progress on labor, culture, education, health and agriculture, said Abelardo Moreno, Cuba`s deputy foreign minister and chief negotiator in the EU talks, which were due to resume on Thursday.

Thursday, March 05, 2015  00:21


Top Stories - 17 of the most inspiring quotes by women -- for all

Thursday, March 05, 2015  02:30


Top Stories - 17 inspiring quotes turned to art

Thursday, March 05, 2015  02:12


World - Government sells stake in Eurostar

The government has reached an agreement to sell its entire stake in the Eurostar train service between London, Brussels and Paris, the treasury said in a statement on Wednesday. The stake is to be sold for a total of £757.1 million, part of a push to raise £20 billion in privatisation sales to reduce Britain`s debt. Canadian institutional fund manager Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ) and Britain-based fund Hermes Infrastructure have agreed to purchase the government`s 40 percent stake for £585.1 million. `It`s great that we have reached an agreement to sell the UK`s shareholding in Eurostar that delivers a fantastic deal for UK taxpayers that exceeds expectations,` Chancellor George Osborne said in a statement.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015  09:16


World - Barclays bank ramps up foreign exchange rigging costs

Barclays on Tuesday ramped up the size of costs it expects to face over its alleged role in the rigging of foreign exchange markets, tipping the troubled lender into a loss last year. It has set aside £1.25 billion ($1.92 billion, 1.72 billion euros) `for ongoing investigations and litigation relating to foreign exchange`, including £750 million for the final quarter of 2014, the bank said in an earnings statement. Barclays had announced in October a provision of £500 million for any eventual costs and fines linked to the probes. The latest announcement from Barclays -- which was at the heart also of the 2012 Libor interbank interest-rate rigging scandal -- comes as global regulators investigate the alleged rigging of foreign exchange (forex) markets around the world.

Tuesday, March 03, 2015  16:09

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