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 Issue: July 31, 2015   (Archive)
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Europe demands accountability after suspected Jewish settlers torch homes killing Palestinian infant (World)
(07-31 19:54)
The EU urged Israel to show ôzero tolerance'' on settler violence after an arson attack blamed on settlers in the occupied West Bank, in which an 18-month-...   
07-31 20:38 -  IOC says members chose certainty in voting for Beijing Winter Games (Sports)
07-31 20:30 -  HKTVE urges fair allocation of spectrum (Hong Kong)
07-31 20:23 -  Jordan decries ‘ugly crime’ of torching Palestinian homes (World)
07-31 20:17 -  Palestinians denounce ‘settler terrorism’ after baby’s killing (World)
07-31 20:11 -  Russia's central bank cuts interest rate to 11 percent (Business)
07-31 20:10 -  European stocks mixed (Business)
07-31 20:07 -  Rat takes a ride on Air India (World)
07-31 20:06 -  Ebola vaccine trial successful (World)
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China Business News
Threats for Breast case magistrate
A deputy magistrate said he was "threatened" after convicting a protester who used her breasts to bump into a police officer, as he sentenced her to prison for three and a half months.
China Business News
Debris on Indian Ocean island fuels hopes on missing MH370
Investigators scrambled to study plane wreckage that washed up on a tiny Indian Ocean island, fueling hopes one of aviation's greatest enigmas may finally be solved: the mystery of missing flight MH370.

  • Surgeon hurt in chaos discharged
  • Assurance for pregnant resident in lead scare
  • Woman loses head in lift horror
  • Breakthrough in flu forecasting

  • Ocean Park sues maker of helium balloon in plunge
  • Panic in air over smoke on flight
  • Help sought on autistic man arrest
  • Tempers run high at meeting over land works

  • Retail sector poised for growth
  • Prices rising for last of the Heya series
  • Wynn takes a hit
  • CEC profit up 16.6pc

  • White cop on kill rap after stop
  • Row over `swarm of migrants' as Channel chaos cools
  • New leader for Taleban

    Cech switch spices up Shield clash
    Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini stoked the fires ahead of his side's Community Shield meeting with Chelsea on Sunday by saying the English Premier League champions have done them a "good favor" by selling Petr Cech.

    Our price is right for wider choice over US
    A few weeks ago at a meeting of libertarians, I presented a case study on Hong Kong's retail market. After my speech, David Friedman said in America most retailers hire salespeople to serve while in Hong Kong many shops simply partition their space to other people. How do you explain the difference?

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