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Top Stories - `Substantial` damage in LA flood

Hundreds of vehicles waterlogged and stranded. A famous basketball court possibly warped. Six facilities out of commission, including a student health center.

Thursday, July 31, 2014  00:46


World - EU economic sanctions on Russia likely to be adopted next week

Proposed European Union sanctions on sectors of the Russian economy will not be adopted before next week, the European Commission said on Thursday. EU ambassadors were discussing Commission proposals to restrict Russian access to EU finance and defense and energy technology on Thursday. As and when the member states have decided ... how they want to proceed and exactly what they want to do, then at that stage the Commission ... will present legislative proposals,` Commission spokesman Jonathan Todd told reporters. `Those legislative proposals would then have to be adopted by the appropriate procedures, by the member states, normally next week,` he added.

Thursday, July 24, 2014  11:48


World - Doctor says Australia covering up mental illness in asylum-seeker children

By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - A former healthcare worker at Australia`s immigration detention centers said on Thursday the government asked him to cover up evidence that children held in the camps were suffering from widespread mental illness caused by their confinement. Under policies aimed at stopping asylum seekers reaching Australia`s mainland by boat, migrants are sent to camps in Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific nation of Nauru where they face long periods of detention while they are processed. Peter Young, a doctor who previously supervised mental health services at the camps, said at a hearing held by the Australian Human Rights Commission that he was asked to remove figures from a report detailing the extent of the problem. `They asked us to withdraw the figures from our reporting.` Refugee advocates say that long-term detention, combined with a lack of clarity on where and when the asylum seekers may be resettled, contribute to a host of mental health problems at the facilities.

Thursday, July 31, 2014  09:12


Asia - Meet Indonesia`s next leader

Indonesia`s election commission, the KPU, is expected to release the official presidential election results Tuesday.

Thursday, July 31, 2014  03:52


Asia-Pacific - Political Divisions Threaten Kerry-Brokered Agreement in Afghanistan

The deal that Secretary of State John Kerry reached in Afghanistan two weeks ago appeared in trouble as rival vice-presidential candidates revealed serious differences.

Saturday, July 26, 2014  01:00


World - Moscovici says confident will have important economic role in EU Commission

By Ingrid Melander and Emmanuel Jarry PARIS (Reuters) - France`s candidate for the European Commission Pierre Moscovici is convinced he will have an important economic portfolio, he told Reuters on Wednesday, rebuffing German concerns that France lacked the budget credibility to take such a job. President Francois Hollande proposed his former finance minister on Tuesday to be France`s representative in the next European Commission, which takes office early November. A keen admirer of Keynesian economics, Moscovici said it was crucial for Europe to refocus on growth and jobs via higher investments.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014  14:05


Business - Euro zone sentiment, inflation expectations edge up in July

By Martin Santa BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone economic sentiment unexpectedly improved in July while inflation expectations among consumers and companies edged up, data from the European Commission showed on Wednesday. The monthly economic sentiment index for the 18 countries sharing the euro rose to 102.2 in July from a revised 102.1 in June. Worries about jobs and the economic outlook meanwhile hit consumer confidence, the Commission said. Consumers` inflation expectations improved marginally to 8.7 in July from 8.6 in June while companies` outlook for selling prices returned to positive territory in July for the first time in seven months.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014  11:25


World - EU increases Syria humanitarian aid by 50 mn euros

The European Commission said Tuesday it would release a further 50 million euros ($67 million) in humanitarian aid for Syria as the crisis there deepens. The Commission, the European Union`s executive arm, said it also approved proposals to increase assistance for neighbouring countries dealing with an `unprecedented flow of refugees.`

Tuesday, July 29, 2014  19:34


World - U.N. rights inquiry says more Syrians joining Islamic State

By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - More and more Syrian rebels are defecting to join the ultra-hardline Islamic State insurgency, said U.N. human rights investigators on Friday, in what they described as a `Syrian-ization` of the al Qaeda offshoot. Members of the independent Commission of Inquiry on Syria, set up by the U.N. Human Rights Council in September 2011, informally briefed the United Nations Security Council on Friday ahead of submitting their latest report next week. Brazilian chief investigator Paulo Pinheiro said the Islamic State - formerly known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, ISIL or ISIS - was undergoing a `Syrian-ization.` `What began with a lot of foreign fighters, now you have authentic Syrian citizens,` Pinheiro told reporters. Karen Koning AbuZayd, a member of the commission, said most of the Syrians joining Islamic State were defecting from other armed opposition groups fighting in the country`s civil war, now in its fourth year.

Friday, July 25, 2014  23:41


World - Indonesia`s Prabowo challenges election result at Constitutional Court

Indonesia`s losing candidate in this month`s presidential election challenged the official result in the Constitutional Court on Friday. Ex-general Prabowo Subianto filed the challenge after the Elections Commission this week announced Joko `Jokowi` Widodo as the next president of Southeast Asia`s largest economy. `We have officially registered a request to challenge the KPU (Elections Commission) result and their election process,` the head of his 95-strong legal team, Mehendradatta, told reporters at the court. He said the challenge was just one of the avenues open to Prabowo: `So this is not the end of the road for us.` The court has the final say on any election disputes.

Friday, July 25, 2014  15:49

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