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17 children die as 3 boats sink

ATHENS, Oct 30, (AFP): At least 17 children drowned when three boats sank en route from Turkey to Greece, officials said Friday, the latest tragedy …

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Bullock entertains as ruthless campaign operative – ‘Our Brand is Crisis’ has absolutely perfect timing

They say timing is everything — or at least a whole lot. And on several fronts, the George Clooney-produced “Our Brand is Crisis,” starring Sandra …

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Impact book playoffs spot – Didi on target

MONTREAL, Oct 30, (AFP): Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba kept up his incredible scoring record as Montreal Impact cruised past Toronto FC 3-0 to advance …

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JAL six month profit soars

TOKYO, Oct 30, (AFP): Japan Airlines said Friday its six-month net profit soared nearly 29 percent, after rival All Nippon Airways also posted upbeat results …

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Kuwait considers petrol price increase of up to 90%: report

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 28: The Kuwaiti government has formed a special committee to study the possibility of increasing petrol prices by 70 percent to 90 …

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iPhone sales fuel Apple profit boost – Company’s most successful year over: Cook

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 28, (AFP): Apple said Tuesday that surging iPhone sales helped propel a sharp rise in quarterly profits, as the tech giant delivered …

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Chelsea dumped out of ‘Capital One Cup’ – Wednesday stun Arsenal

LONDON, Oct 28, (RTRS): Chelsea’s woes continued when the holders were dumped out of the Capital One (League) Cup fourth round following a shootout defeat …

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Bond greatest intelligence asset – Fictional spy helped boost real-life counterparts’ reputations

In the 62 years since James Bond first appeared in print, there’s no doubt he has helped boost the reputations of his real-life counterparts in …

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Rights Society hits discriminatory Health directives – ‘Violations’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 28: Kuwait Society for Human Rights (KSHR) laments that the recent directives issued by Ministry of Health are direct violations of human …

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Storm shuts schools

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 28, (KUNA): A thunderstorm ravaged the country early on Wednesday, leading to the suspension of schools and universities and flooding in some …

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