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World - Turkey approves law among final hurdles for EU visa deal


Turkey`s parliament has approved a law on setting up a panel to monitor discipline for law enforcement officials, one of the last hurdles remaining before the country wins visa-free access to Europe for its nationals. The 28-nation European Union depends on Ankara`s cooperation to maintain a March pact that has helped stem the flow of refugees and migrants arriving from Turkey, from which more than a million people reached Greece and Italy last year. The European Commission is expected to declare on Wednesday that Turkey has broadly met the criteria for visa liberalization and to ask European Union governments and the European Parliament to approve the decision by the end of June.


Wednesday, May 04, 2016  06:27

Yahoo

Business - Global shares lose to bonds as deflation danger dominates


By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Wednesday as worries about global growth and creeping deflation resurfaced, undermining commodities and boosting demand for safe-haven sovereign debt. Disappointing manufacturing surveys from China and the UK combined with downgrades to growth and inflation forecasts from the European Commission to sour the mood. A rate cut from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), the first in a year, further underlined how the danger of deflation was spreading worldwide.


Wednesday, May 04, 2016  02:48

USATODAY

NBA - Doc: Clips `close` to getting over playoff hump


How much time is left in L.A. for the trio of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan?


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  23:40

BBC

Europe - EU Commission `to support` Turkey deal


The European Commission is set to recommend granting visa-free travel for Turkish citizens, but the plan faces opposition from some EU lawmakers.


Wednesday, May 04, 2016  03:06

Yahoo

World - EU executive to propose reforming asylum system


BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union`s executive will propose a reform of the bloc`s asylum rules on Wednesday, EU sources said, that reflects caution in the face of deep divisions among governments about how to handle the migration crisis. The European Commission last month floated scrapping a rule in the so-called Dublin system that gives responsibility for handling asylum claims to the first EU state a person enters -- a rule that has placed heavy burdens on Greece and Italy. ...


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  19:44

Yahoo

World - EU says permanent border checks would cost billions annually


BRUSSELS (AP) The European Commission estimates that a permanent reintroduction of border checks in Europe`s passport-free travel area could cost up to 18 billion euros ($20.7 billion) a year.


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  15:39

NYTimes

Europe - European Report Card: Worries Over Eurozone Growth, Greece and `Brexit`


The European Commission lowered its growth forecasts for the 19-country currency union, warning that there were high risks and substantial uncertainty in the economy.


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  14:06

BBC

Europe - EU executive `to back` Turkey visa deal


The European Commission will back visa-free travel for Turkish citizens, sources tell the BBC, but the deal still needs European Parliament backing.


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  13:30

Yahoo

World - EU to grant Turkey visa-free travel under migrant deal


The EU will on Wednesday grant conditional approval for Turks to gain visa-free access to the Schengen zone, sources told AFP, meeting one of Ankara`s key demands to keep a migrant deal alive. The European Commission, the executive arm of the 28-nation EU, will say Turkey must still implement further measures in order to access the passportless Schengen area without visas by June, the sources said on Tuesday. Ankara has demanded visa-free travel in exchange for taking back migrants who land in Greece under a controversial deal signed in March seeking to curb the influx as Europe grapples with its biggest migrant crisis since World War II.


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  13:12

Yahoo

World - China to investigate hospital dying student found on search engine


By Adam Jourdan SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China`s health ministry will investigate a hospital that a university student turned to for cancer treatment after seeking information on the Baidu Inc search engine, a state health commission said on Tuesday. The student, Wei Zexi, 21, died last month of a rare form of cancer and China`s Internet regulator said on Monday it would investigate Baidu over the case. Wei had searched Baidu for the best place for treatment, finding a department under the Second Hospital of Beijing Armed Police Corps which offered an experimental treatment that ultimately failed, state media reported this week.


Tuesday, May 03, 2016  12:17

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