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    Poland lose to young Dutch side in Euro warm-up
    Jun02

    Poland lose to young Dutch side in Euro warm-up

    Poland’s Robert Lewandowski (C) and Netherlands’ Riechedly Bazoer in action. REUTERS A strong Poland side lost 2-1 to the Netherlands in a Euro 2016 warm-up friendly on Wednesday as Vincent Janssen and Georginio Wijnaldum scored to secure victory for a young Dutch team. Group C underdogs Poland missed a chance to take an early lead...

    Tennis: Muguruza, Stosur into Paris semis, Serena calms schedule fears
    Jun02

    Tennis: Muguruza, Stosur into Paris semis, Serena calms schedule fears

    PARIS (AFP) – Garbine Muguruza and Samantha Stosur set up a semi-final clash at the French Open on Wednesday, while defending champion Serena Williams brushed aside concerns about a busy playing schedule in Paris.Muguruza, last years Wimbledon runner-up, had reached the quarter-finals on her last two visits to Roland Garros but went a step...

    Israel Not All Doom and Gloom
    Jun02

    Israel Not All Doom and Gloom

    Israel seems to be undergoing a protracted period of gloom and doom. The quarreling about its future leaders and possible downfall of Netanyahu make Israel look weak and incompetent. The passing of the Iran deal and dominance of its hardliners means that within five to 10 years Iran will threaten little Israel (8,000 square miles) with nuclear...

    Boyfriend Of LA Woman Whose ‘Blood Was Drained’ Is Charged With Murder
    Jun02

    Boyfriend Of LA Woman Whose ‘Blood Was Drained’ Is Charged With Murder

    An aspiring screenwriter in California who authored a graphic novel about a condemned serial killer has been accused of borrowing grisly techniques from his own story to murder his estranged girlfriend, authorities said Tuesday.Blake Leibel, a 35-year-old native of Canada who was living in West Hollywood, has been charged with one count each of...

    The Atlantic Daily: Thailand’s Tiger Temple, Mogadishu Attack, EgyptAir Signals
    Jun02

    The Atlantic Daily: Thailand’s Tiger Temple, Mogadishu Attack, EgyptAir Signals

    What We’re Following: The Disturbing Find at the ‘Tiger Temple’Wildlife officials in Thailand recently began removing tigers from a Buddhist temple that for years has faced allegations of animal abuse and illegal trafficking. Today, they discovered the remains of at least 40 tiger cubs inside a freezer. The temple, known colloquially...

    Djokovic enters $100 million club
    Jun02

    Djokovic enters $100 million club

    Djokovic enters $100 million club 1 of 2 …read more Source: Saudi...

    Bulgaria’s BEH, Greece’s Gastrade Set up Team to Build Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal
    Jun01

    Bulgaria’s BEH, Greece’s Gastrade Set up Team to Build Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal

    State-owned Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) Group and Greek gas company Gastrade have established a working group that will draft a proposal for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in northern Greece, Gastrade has said. In the context of Bulgaria’s “strategic decision” to participate in the project for buildinga...

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions – senior Ukraine official
    Jun01

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions – senior Ukraine official

    The European Union must prolong its sanctions on Russia this month because the crisis in Ukraine is far from being resolved despite a Franco-German push to implement a peace deal, Ukraine’s new Europe minister said on Wednesday. …read more Source: Channel...

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions – senior Ukraine official
    Jun01

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions – senior Ukraine official

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union must prolong its sanctions on Russia this month because the crisis in Ukraine is far from being resolved despite a Franco-German push to implement a peace deal, Ukraine’s new Europe minister said on Wednesday. …read more Source: The...

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions: senior Ukraine official
    Jun01

    EU must hold firm on Russia sanctions: senior Ukraine official

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union must prolong its sanctions on Russia this month because the crisis in Ukraine is far from being resolved despite a Franco-German push to implement a peace deal, Ukraine’s new Europe minister said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...