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World - Stop-start for McIlroy, hole-in-one for Bjerregaard at French Open

Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France) (AFP) - Rory McIlroy had a stop-start opening to the 100th French Open at Golf National on Thursday, as Dane Lucas Bjerregaard fired a hole-in-one and opened up a one-shot clubhouse lead. World number four McIlroy managed four birdies against four bogeys in an even par round of 71 to sit five adrift of the early lead. Despite not being a spectacular opening to his first visit here since 2010, it was a good return for McIlroy after missing the US Open cut at Oakmont, despite two shots finding the water.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  17:55


Africa - Feature: The Prosecutor and the President

The International Criminal Court embodied the hope of bringing warlords and demagogues to justice. Then Luis Moreno-Ocampo took on the heir to Kenya`s most powerful political dynasty.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  03:26


Top Stories - How the short tennis skirt came to be

What do Anna Wintour, a jet-setting Slim Aarons subject and a quirky Wes Anderson character have in common? Really stylish tennis outfits of course. The tennis look, with its classic iconography and crisp miniskirts has long been a hit among the glamorous and eccentric.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  07:36


Most Recent - Puerto Rico to hike electricity rates 26%

Electricity prices in Puerto Rico are going up 8% in August and likely by 26% by early 2017. It`s the latest hit to the struggling island economy.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  17:05


World - US human trafficking report blacklists Myanmar

The United States released its annual human trafficking report Thursday and added eight countries, including Uzbekistan and fledgling democracy Myanmar, to the blacklist of those not doing enough to halt it. Djibouti, Haiti, Papua New Guinea, Sudan, Suriname and Turkmenistan were also added to the now 26-strong blacklist of governments the State Department believes are not fighting people smuggling or slavery. Kuwait and Thailand found themselves promoted from this `Tier 3` list of worst offender to the `Tier 2 watch list` of countries making some kind of effort to combat the trade in persons but still under scrutiny.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  16:57


World - Denmark confiscates thousands of euros from migrants

Danish police announced Thursday they confiscated cash worth nearly 11,000 euros from migrants under a controversial law allowing authorities to seize valuables from people trying to obtain asylum in the country. `The police in Copenhagen have seized around 79,600 kroner (10,700 euros, $11,900) from five foreigners who were trying to enter the country with fake identity papers,` the police said in a statement. Two men and three women between the ages of 26 and 35 with Iranian nationality were arrested late Tuesday at Copenhagen`s airport and placed in detention for using fake documents.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  14:21


World - At gay rugby club, South African `fairies` tackle prejudice

On a poster to recruit new players to Africa`s first tournament-playing gay rugby club, the team`s large, bearded prop Larry Viljoen scowls menacingly at the camera, his arms crossed. Other homophobic slurs -- `Queen`, `Pansy` -- have also been used by the Johannesburg-based Jozi Cats club in an advertising campaign that tackles bigotry head-on. The Cats embraced the startling insults `to question stereotypes that are popular -- and particularly offensive to gay people,` said club member Nathi Khoza, 26.

Thursday, June 30, 2016  07:33


Business - U.S. judge dismisses SIFMA case over market data fees

A U.S. judge dismissed a long-simmering legal battle over the cost of market data that is used by brokerages and high-speed trading firms, in a victory for the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) had challenged whether fees charged by the two exchanges to traders, including a fee increase in 2010, for proprietary equity market data were justified due to an alleged lack of competition.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  20:19


World - Ivorian ex-first lady`s lawyers try to discredit accuser

Lawyers for Ivory Coast`s former first lady Simone Gbagbo, on trial for crimes against humanity, on Wednesday said a key witness who claimed she had bankrolled a militia movement had psychiatric problems. The bid to discredit Moise Metchro Harolde Metch came a day after the former militia head told the court that the feisty Gbagbo had financed his group. Simone Gbagbo is accused over deadly violence following the 2010-2011 presidential election that her husband Laurent Gbagbo lost.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  18:19


World - Ecuador denounces spying on Assange at London embassy

Ecuador`s foreign minister voiced suspicion on Wednesday that British intelligence was perpetually spying on his country`s embassy in London, where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is camped out. It is one of the most spied on embassies in the world,` Ecuador`s top diplomat Guillaume Long told reporters in Geneva, on the sidelines of a Human Rights Council session. Assange, 44, is wanted for questioning over a 2010 rape allegation in Sweden but has been inside Ecuador`s UK mission for more than four years in a bid to avoid extradition.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  15:02

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