Thursday, July 28, 2016

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Kazakh Oil Workers Go On Strike

Hundreds of oil industry workers have staged a two-hour strike in the western Kazakh town Zhanaozen protesting what the organizers described as impending pay cuts.

Brussels Gives Poland Three Months To Apply Rule-Of-Law Recommendations

The European Commission has warned Poland's right-wing government that it has three months to apply Brussels' recommendations on the rule of law -- or Brussels could suspend Poland’s voting rights within the European Union.

Video Obama Hails Clinton As The 'Clear' Choice For The White House

U.S. President Barack Obama praised Hillary Clinton on July 27 as an exceptionally qualified candidate for the presidency, saying the “choice isn’t even close” in her race for the White House against Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Pakistan Investigates Possible Honor Killing Of Woman From England

Pakistan's Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan ordered an investigation into the death of a British-Pakistani woman whose husband claims she was killed for marrying against her family's wishes.

Ex-CIA Chief: Trump Taking 'Russia's Side' With Clinton E-mail Comments

Former U.S. Defense Secretary and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) chief Leon Panetta has accused Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump of "once again" taking "Russia’s side" by suggesting that Moscow should hack the e-mails of his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.


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