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Business - China stocks tumble again despite support measures

Chinese stocks opened down on Tuesday, taking no comfort from a slew of support measures unleashed by Beijing in recent days, and unnerved by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang`s failure to mention the market chaos in a statement on the economy. Before the market opened, Li said in comments on a government website that China had the confidence and ability to deal with challenges faced by its economy, but had nothing to say on the three-week plunge that has knocked around 30 percent off Chinese shares since mid-June. The ChiNext growth board , home to some of China`s giddiest small-cap valuations, fell 5.1 percent.

Tuesday, July 07, 2015  04:15


Business - China economic uncertainty a potential risk for U.S. chipmakers

By Mari Saito SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Tumbling markets and economic uncertainty in China pose a risk to major chipmakers such as Qualcomm Inc that derive a big portion of their sales from the world`s second-largest economy. Consumer electronics giant Apple Inc could also be vulnerable - 17 percent of the company`s overall revenue last fiscal year came from China, and in the most recent quarter it sold more iPhones in the country than in the United States for the first time. `When you have waning demand hitting at the same time (as the stock market uncertainty), it just makes that industry that much more difficult,` said Christopher Rolland, a senior equity analyst at FBR Capital Markets & Co. Beijing took steps during the weekend to revive shares following a 30 percent slide in its stock market since mid-June, which raised investors` concerns about the stability of the Chinese economy.

Tuesday, July 07, 2015  02:07


World - Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship

Thirty years after France`s deadly bomb attack on the Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand, anger still crackles in Pete Willcox`s voice when he discusses the sinking of the Greenpeace flagship. Willcox was captain of the environmental group`s converted trawler when frogmen working for French intelligence slipped into Auckland Harbour late on July 10, 1985, and fixed two large limpet mines to its hull. Portuguese photographer Fernando Pereira died in the subsequent blasts, which New Zealand`s then-prime minister David Lange described as `a sordid act of international state-backed terrorism`.

Tuesday, July 07, 2015  05:46


World - Heavy US-led raids on IS Syria `capital` kill dozens

A US-led coalition has carried out some of its heaviest air strikes yet on the Islamic State group`s de facto Syrian capital, killing more than 30 people, including six civilians. In Raqa, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 30 people had been killed in US-led coalition strikes late Saturday and early Sunday. The US-led coalition said the strikes were some of its heaviest since it began carrying out raids against IS in Syria last September.

Sunday, July 05, 2015  10:59


World - Defense minister rejected as Taliban battle near Kabul

By Jessica Donati and Mirwais Harooni KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan`s parliament rejected a second nominee for defense minister on Saturday, leaving a vacuum that has already lasted nine months, while government forces battled the Taliban just 30 miles west of the capital Kabul. As the Afghan army remained without political leadership on Wednesday, Taliban militants were fighting the government for check points in Wardak province, some 30 miles (50 km) west of the capital, the governor`s office said in a statement. U.S. Senator John McCain of Arizona, visiting Kabul on Saturday, told reporters that Taliban attacks had increased and U.S. troops should stay longer than planned to prevent the militants from making gains.

Saturday, July 04, 2015  13:35


World - Tunisia trial in murder of leftwing opponent postponed

The trial of 24 people accused of links to the 2013 assassination of prominent Tunisian opposition figure Chokri Belaid opened briefly Tuesday but was postponed until October 30, a prosecution spokesman said. `At the request of the plaintiff and the defence of the accused, the tribunal has decided to postpone the trial to October 30,` Sofiene Sliti told AFP. There will be signs on whether there is a will to serve justice,` Belaid`s widow Basma Khalfaoui earlier told AFP.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015  19:21


Top Stories - Beauty on the verge of extinction

Monday, July 06, 2015  20:57


Top Stories - Magnificent structures on the verge of extinction

Monday, July 06, 2015  19:25


Top Stories - First Arab supercar has diamond headlights

Asking the top speed of the world`s first Arab supercar is beside the point. The 0-60 times, or horsepower, too. Those numbers won`t matter by the time you notice the seats are stitched with gold thread and headlights are trimmed with diamonds.

Monday, July 06, 2015  04:16


Top Stories - 25 magnificent places facing destruction

Sunday, July 05, 2015  20:24

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