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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that China wants to work together with Pakistan and Afghanistan for maintaining peace and prosperity in the region. So far there has been no official confirmation of their fate. Chinese President Xi Jinping has expressed his deep grief to President Mamnoon Hussain over the tragic oil tanker accident in Ahmadpur Sharqia.
  • OH grocer reaches a deal for local Marsh locations

    OH grocer reaches a deal for local Marsh locations

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    A Kroger subsidiary made an offer on 11 Marsh stores, including this one in Indianapolis, at Monday's bankruptcy auction. The second successful bidder was Generative Growth II, LLC, which will assume leasing contracts for 15 stores in OH and Indiana.
  • US consumer prices slipped 0.1 percent in May

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    The Atlanta Fed is forecasting the economy growing at a 3.0 percent annualized rate in the second quarter, but this estimate could be trimmed following the weak core retail sales . The CPI rose 2.2 per cent in the 12 months through April. The headline CPI for the 12-months through May fell below the Fed's two percent target to 1.9 percent last month, continuing a steady decline since February.
  • OPEC's simple problem. Despite Saudi cuts, it's shipping more oil: Russell

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    USA crude inventories added 2.75 million barrels last week, while gasoline stockpiles increased by 1.79 million barrels last week, the API said Tuesday, according to people familiar with the data. The EIA's reported decline in crude supplies was "a welcomed sight after [Tuesday's] API report, but today's report on the whole was still quite bearish", said Troy Vincent, oil analyst at ClipperData.
  • Captain Kane rescues England against Scotland

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    We know how good this England side are. "We got ourselves into decent positions, but could not finish". Griffiths, 26, had never previously scored for Scotland and his goals drew rich praise from manager Gordon Strachan after a result that kept Scotland in fourth place in the pool.
  • US beats Kiwis on opening day of America's Cup qualifiers

    US beats Kiwis on opening day of America's Cup qualifiers

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    Groupama Team France is led by Frenchman Franck Cammas. Land Rover Bar now face a race against the clock to get the boat repaired in time for more qualifiers on Sunday. "It's good for the mind, it's good for the maturation for the next days". "We're even more obsessed with this". It swapped out two of the workhorse grinders per race.
  • President Trump's job approval rating at 40% in MI

    President Trump's job approval rating at 40% in MI

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    Sixty-five percent of New Yorkers have an unfavorable view of the Republican president, off four points from the last poll a month ago, according to Siena College. Almost nine in ten voters (88 percent) voters who supported Trump in 2016 said they approved of his performance, including 47 percent who strongly approved.
  • Egypt blocks 21 websites, including Al Jazeera

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    Qatar's Foreign Minister said early Wednesday that he did not make any statement regarding withdrawal or eviction of five Arab ambassadors from Doha , Al Arabiya News Channel has reported. Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain should reconsider their antagonistic stance against Qatar. Al Jazeera says it is an independent news service giving a voice to everyone in the region.
  • EU's Moscovici confident Eurogroup will reach deal on Greece

    EU's Moscovici confident Eurogroup will reach deal on Greece

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    Prime minister Alexis Tsipras is redoubling his push to reduce his country's debt burden after the economy fell back into recession unexpectedly at the start of the year. That contrasts with guarded comments by Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, a Christian Democrat, who said euro-area finance ministers were discussing the matter on Monday in Brussels.
  • AT&T workers prepare for a three-day strike

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    In March, about 17,000 AT&T wireline workers in California and Nevada went on strike. "Dallas-based AT&T says it has a contingency workforce" ready in preparation for the walkouts. "This is the largest walkout in the USA since Verizon workers went on strike past year". AT&T worker Nicole Popis told People's World that she and her coworkers were ready to do "whatever it takes" to get a fair contract.
  • SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive to leave Tesla

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    Rive, the former CEO of SolarCity , told Reuters on Monday that he wants to start a new company and spend more time with his family. Since previous year, SolarCity's former CEO had been serving as head of sales and service for Tesla's energy division.
  • Comac C919 takes off for maiden flight in China

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    The plane took off at around 2 p.m. The flight lasted about 80 minutes. It was built by state-owned Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China or Comac. The twin-engine C919, whose name sounds like the Chinese word for "everlasting", can seat 168 passengers in an arrangement similar to other narrow-body jets: three white-velvet upholstered seats line each side of its central aisle.