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Global Media Almost 200 police officers injured in G-20 protests
Author: 0 Almost 200 police officers injured in G-20 protests

City officials did not provide a comparable figure for injured protesters. German riot police , in turn, attempted to disperse the protesters with tear gas, smoke bombs and water cannons . A police spokesman told German N24 television that a total of 100 protesters had been taken into custody. "Where there's no consensus, the communiqué needs to reflect dissent", Merkel said .

Global Media India denies Modi-Xi meeting was cancelled
Author: 0 India denies Modi-Xi meeting was cancelled

President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan attend a concert of the 12th Summit of the Group of 20 (G20) major economies in Hamburg , Germany, July 7, 2017. But Modi was focused on raising the issue of terror at all levels, and also the issue of trade and climate change. The meeting acquires significance as India and China are now in the middle of a military standoff at the India-Bhutan-China trijunction in Sikkim sector of the border.

Global Media Jailed Venezuela opposition leader Lopez granted house arrest
Author: 0 Jailed Venezuela opposition leader Lopez granted house arrest

Venezuela's best-known jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez was back home and hugging his family on Saturday after being granted house arrest following three years in jail for leading anti-government protests. "He told me himself recently: Dad, it's always darkest right before the break of dawn", Lopez's father also said. A euphoric Lopez briefly greeted a few dozen supporters gathered outside his home in Caracas in the afternoon.

Global Media New club joins race for Chelsea wantaway
Author: 0 New club joins race for Chelsea wantaway

However, the Premier League champions are struggling to sign a striker to replace Costa despite Antonio Conte informing the 28-year-old that he is surplus to requirements next term. Chelsea remain adamant they will not be forced into accepting a deal with which they are displeased however with Costa only demanding a reunion with Atletico, they might be unable to command a high price for their leading scorer last season.

Global Media China is building a solar power plant shaped like a panda
Author: 0 China is building a solar power plant shaped like a panda

Snopes acquired a drone photo of the actual solar farm, seen below. While the actual plant isn't quite as vivid as the sketch, it is nonetheless a significant addition to China's solar fleet. While the first panda is already installed, other panda shaped fields are on their way and hope to make an appeal to the teenagers. Construction of the 50 MW plant began in September 2016.

Global Media United States to test THAAD missile defence system within days
Author: 0 United States to test THAAD missile defence system within days

The THAAD is based at the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska in Kodiak, Alaska, a Department of Defence official told CNN late Friday. While the threat of an intercontinental ballistic missile attack on Australia is "low", longer-range and submarine-launched ballistic and cruise missiles could threaten Australian territory, and shorter-range ballistic and cruise missiles pose a threat to deployed forces.

Global Media Jamal Crawford bought out by Hawks
Author: 0 Jamal Crawford bought out by Hawks

He was due almost $28 million over the next few years, but it looks like he won't be getting paid to be a Hawk. Money? A chance to chase a ring? Crawford , a 17-year veteran, was traded from the Clippers to Atlanta last week, but recently received a buyout from the Hawks to become an unrestricted free agent.

Global Media Mom charged in kids' deaths in country illegally
Author: 0 Mom charged in kids' deaths in country illegally

Her behavior in court was freaky and erratic as she smiled to the media and gave two thumbs-up to the cameras. As Thorpe listed the charges against her - five counts of malice murder, five counts of murder and six counts of aggravated assault - Martinez smiled, shook her head "no" and wagged her finger at him.

Global Media US, Japan, South Korea to Press China Over North Korea Threat
Author: 0 US, Japan, South Korea to Press China Over North Korea Threat

North Korea appears bent on developing a deliverable nuclear capability which could be seen as a game changer regionally with possible implications the world over. China announced after the United States departures that it intends to stay in the agreement and work with European countries. "Any attempts to justify a military solution are inadmissible and will lead to unpredictable consequences for the region", warned Safronkov.

Global Media American college graduate beaten to death in Greece; 8 arrested, police say
Author: 0 American college graduate beaten to death in Greece; 8 arrested, police say

Tyler Pittman, another of Henderson's friends, said: 'I guess I'll never meet someone as inspirational and influential as that man. It was not immediately clear why the fight broke out. "We would like to thank our family , friends and the Austin community for your prayers, love and support ". According to a spokesperson with the Department of State, Greek police said a USA citizen died in the early morning hours of Friday.

Global Media BC declares a province-wide state of emergency in fight against wildfires
Author: 0 BC declares a province-wide state of emergency in fight against wildfires

As a result of the fire, both Highway 1 and Highway 97C have been closed in both directions between Ashcroft and Cache Creek , which is a almost 10 kilometre stretch of road. The centre is helping evacuees with accommodation, clothing and meals, but Davis said hotel rooms are in short supply because of the time of year and events taking place over the weekend.

Global Media White Baton Rouge cops sue 5 Black Lives Matter leaders
Author: 0 White Baton Rouge cops sue 5 Black Lives Matter leaders

Gavin Long , 29, a former Marine from Kansas City, Missouri, shot and killed three officers and injured three others with a semi-automatic rifle outside a convenience store and vehicle wash near the Baton Rouge police station. Baton Rouge had been the center of protests for weeks after police officers killed a black man named Alton Sterling under murky circumstances, Reuters noted.

Global Media Man United agrees fee with Everton for Lukaku
Author: 0 Man United agrees fee with Everton for Lukaku

On Thursday Sky Sports said no deal between Lukaku and United was in place, refuting BBC's claim. Mourinho was Chelsea manager when Lukaku was sold to Everton in 2014 after the Belgium worldwide failed to establish a first-team place and had to spend most of his time on loan at West Bromwich Albion and Everton .

Global Media Al-Shabab militants behead 9 civilians in southeastern Kenya
Author: 0 Al-Shabab militants behead 9 civilians in southeastern Kenya

The East African country has seen an increase in attacks claimed by al-Shabab in recent weeks, posing a security threat ahead of next month's presidential election. Residents of the two villages had called the police a day earlier, reporting the presence of al-Shabab militants in the area, but no police forces were apparently deployed in the area to boost security.

Global Media Lindsell Train Ltd Boosts Stake in Mondelez International, Inc. (MDLZ)
Author: 0 Lindsell Train Ltd Boosts Stake in Mondelez International, Inc. (MDLZ)

Flippin Bruce & Porter Inc. continued to hold its position in Mondelez International, Inc. Summit Asset Management LLC's holdings in Mondelez International were worth $246,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. This represents a $0.76 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 1.76%. Mondelez International's payout ratio is 68.47%. (NASDAQ:MDLZ) stock have an ABR of 1.61.

Global Media In Kenya : Country's interior minister dies in hospital
Author: 0 In Kenya : Country's interior minister dies in hospital

He named education minister, Fred Matiangi as the acting interior cabinet minister. According to leaders quoting his security detail and family members, Nkaissery had just taken dinner with his family, did regular exercises before he collapsed and was rushed to Karen Hospital where he was pronounced dead, in what is believed to be a heart attack.

Global Media Hamilton leads Verstappen as McLaren starts strongly in Austria
Author: 0 Hamilton leads Verstappen as McLaren starts strongly in Austria

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest time in both practice sessions for the Austrian Grand Prix on Friday (Saturday NZ Time). The Briton, at his sizzling best despite power problems with his vehicle, clocked a best time of one minute and 5.483 seconds in the afternoon's second session to outpace Vettel's Ferrari by 0.147 seconds.