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Cycling: Quintana hit by car during training, sustains possible knee injury July 3, 2020
(Reuters) – Former Giro d’Italia winner Nairo Quintana has been hit by a car during training in Colombia and went to a hospital with a possible knee injury, his Arkea-Samsic team said on Friday.
“Nairo Quintana has been hit by a vehicle during training, we will give you more information about his condition as soon as possible,” the French outfit said in a statement.
The 30-year-old Colombian, who won the Giro in 2014, the Vuelta in 2016 ...
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European stocks slide as surge in virus cases hits rebound hopes July 3, 2020
By Sruthi Shankar
(Reuters) – European stocks fell on Friday after gaining ground during the week as a surge in U.S. coronavirus cases made investors less optimistic about prospects for a rebound in the global economy.
After opening largely flat, the pan-European STOXX 600 index <.STOXX> lost ground as the session wore on, with personal & household goods makers <.SXQP>, miners <.SXPP>, automakers <.SXAP> and banks <.SX7P> leading declines.
The benchmark index closed down 0.8%, with trading ...
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Rolls-Royce reviewing balance sheet options after COVID-19 hit July 3, 2020
LONDON (Reuters) – British aerospace engineer Rolls-Royce <RR.L> said on Friday it was reviewing a range of options to strengthen its balance sheet and position itself for recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We confirm we are in the early stages of reviewing a range of potential options,” the company said in a statement in response to a Bloomberg report.
“However, no decisions have been made.”
The Bloomberg report said Rolls was examining options including raising equity and ...
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Air France unions bristle as job cuts loom July 3, 2020
By Caroline Pailliez
PARIS (Reuters) – Air France <AIRF.PA> executives met labour representatives on Friday as union members and staff protested over the airline’s plans for around 7,500 job cuts to cope with a collapse in travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A small group of 100 union members and employees, from cleaning staff to check-in assistants, demonstrated outside the airline’s base at Paris’ Roissy airport, criticising its plans to cut staff after receiving state aid to ...
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Turkish suspect tells court Ghosn mused on Hollywood movie of escape from Japan July 3, 2020
By Ezgi Erkoyun
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – A Turkish jet executive on trial over Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic escape from Japan told a court on Friday that the former Nissan <7201.T> boss spoke about Hollywood making a movie of his getaway as he flew in a private jet to Beirut.
Ghosn, once a leading light of the global car industry, was arrested in Japan in late 2018 and charged with underreporting his salary and using company funds for personal ...
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Beaches beckon as England to end quarantine for more than 50 countries July 3, 2020
By William James and Costas Pitas
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will end coronavirus quarantines for people arriving in England from more than 50 countries, including Germany, France, Spain and Italy – but not the United States – the government said on Friday.
The move, effective July 10, clears the way for millions of British tourists to take summer holidays without worrying about being quarantined when they return. Those arriving from higher risk countries will still have to ...
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Iran threatens retaliation after what it calls possible cyber attack on nuclear site July 3, 2020
DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran will retaliate against any country that carries out cyber attacks on its nuclear sites, the head of civilian defence said, after a fire at its Natanz plant which some Iranian officials said may have been caused by cyber sabotage.
The Natanz uranium-enrichment site, much of which is underground, is one of several Iranian facilities monitored by inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the U.N. nuclear watchdog.
Iran’s top security body said ...
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Mass testing at JBS, BRF plants in Center West Brazil town reveals more than 1,000... July 3, 2020
By Ana Mano
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Mass testing of food industry workers revealed an outbreak of novel coronavirus infections at plants operated by JBS SA and rival BRF SA in the Center West of Brazil, labor prosecutors in Mato Grosso do Sul state told Reuters on Friday, citing company data.
Some 1,075 people at a JBS pork plant tested positive for COVID-19 as of July 1, representing 30% of total tests processed at its Dourados plant, ...
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WHO sees first results from COVID drug trials within two weeks July 3, 2020
GENEVA (Reuters) – The World Health Organization expects initial results within two weeks from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing on Friday.
Mike Ryan, head of the WHO’s emergencies programme, said it would be unwise to predict when a COVID-19 vaccine could be ready for mass distribution. While a vaccine candidate might show its effectiveness by year’s end, ...
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France’s Macron picks new prime minister to reinvent presidency July 3, 2020
By Michel Rose
PARIS (Reuters) – President Emmanuel Macron named Jean Castex, a top civil servant and local mayor who orchestrated France’s coronavirus lockdown exit strategy, as his new prime minister on Friday as he acted to reinvent his administration and win back voters.
Castex, 55, hails from the centre-right of French politics and served for two years as the second-highest ranking official in the Elysee Palace during Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidency.
An Elysee official described Castex as ...
China's National Security Law Enacted in Hong Kong, Overriding 'One Country, Two Systems' China's President Xi Jinping has signed into law a controversial national security legislation for Hong Kong on Monday, according to Xinhua News Agency. The law was passed without consultation and oversight by Hong Kong's Legislative Council, overriding the principle of 'one country, two systems' in the Basic Law.
Rev. Francis C. Choi: To My Father who Just Arrived in Heaven Mr. Choi Hung, father of Rev. Francis Choi, passed away on April 23, 2020. He was 91 years old. His faithfulness, passion, and dedication to God was manifested in his tender love for his own family and for his church. Rev. Francis Choi would like to express his love and reverence for his father through the following letter to him who just arrived in heaven.
Tens of Thousands HK Christians Gathered Online for Tiananmen Prayer Vigil Tens of thousands of Christians in Hong Kong gathered online and offline at various locations to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre with prayer and worship.
U.S. Senate Unanimously Passes Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Bill The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bill that aims at protecting the human rights and autonomy and freedoms of Hong Kong, which sends a message of hope to many pro-democracy protestors in the former British colony handed back to China in 1997, while drawing condemnation from Beijing.
Garmin MARQ luxury smartwatch range launched Garmin takes smart wearables to the next level of luxury with the Garmin MARQ smartwatch.
Samsung Galaxy S10: Android 10 update coming your way Samsung Galaxy S10 series is ready to receive Android 10 update which will be accompanied by an improved One UI interface.
Did the Sun really stop? The challenge and breakthrough in Chinese campus mission through a... In the eyes of many atheists, especially college students in mainland China, the Bible contradicts science. Examples such as Nicholas Copernicus, Galileo Galilei being persecuted by the Catholic Church usually comes to their mind. So, I think for the ministers from Campus Ministry in China have to study further to face the challenge, so that the students know there is no conflict between Science and the Bible, but the conflict comes from the divergence of Hermeneutics and power struggle inside ...
'Emanuel' Explores Forgiveness Amid Tragedy: 'God Participates in Our Suffering' (Exclusive Interview) In an exclusive interview with The Gospel Herald, "Emanuel" director Brian Ivie shares his heart for the film -- and why he believes the documentary will reveal Jesus' heart for His people in a powerful way.
Christian Teen Raped, Forced to Convert to Islam and Marry Muslim Man in Pakistan A Christian teenager in Pakistan was beaten, forced to convert to Islam and married off to a 45-year-old Muslim man, a disturbing new report has claimed.
Toronto Raptors' Jeremy Lin Reflects on Importance of Prayer Amid NBA Playoffs Toronto Raptors point guard Jeremy Lin has reflected on power and importance of prayer, explaining that prayer "acknowledges that He is God and we are not," "brings necessary humble surrender into our lives," and "intimacy in our relationship with God."
Founder of Global Orphan Care Ministry Shares Heartbreaking Story that Inspired Her Mission Beth Guckenberger, founder of Back2Back Ministries, shares the heartbreaking story that launched her global ministry, impacting the lives of countless children.
Large Family in Eastern Uganda Becomes Big Target for Muslim Extremists Muslim villagers and the imam of the Bugwere mosque have insulted them verbally, with one villager saying in February, "If you do not come back to Islam, then expect something unusual to befall your family."
More than Six Months after Acquittal, Asia Bibi Finally Allowed to Leave Pakistan Aasiya Noreen, better known as Asia Bibi, has arrived in Canada along with her husband more than six months after being acquitted of blasphemy charges and released from prison in Pakistan, sources said.
Steph Curry & Viola Davis Doc Honors Shooting Victims Of Emanuel A.M.E. Church, Highlights Power... EMANUEL, a powerful new documentary from executive producers Stephen Curry and Viola Davis, examines how faith, hope and forgiveness healed a community after the church shooting.
Christianity Inflicting 'Enormous Harm' on China, Warns Communist Party A local government communications agency in China recently held a seminar to discuss with Communist Party members the "enormous harm" Christianity is to the atheist nation and identify ways to stunt its growth.
Fire at Historic Church Building on Easter Stuns, but Does Not Stop, Worshipers in India A church in India continued to celebrate Easter after Hindu extremists vandalized much of their building.
Pakistani 'Pastors' Paid by Sex Traffickers to Find Brides for Chinese Men Among Poor Congregants:... "Pastors" in Pakistan are being paid by sex traffickers to find brides for Chinese men among their church congregations, a disturbing new report has revealed.
Tim Tebow's Fiancé Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters Mourns Death of 13 Y/O 'Angel' Sister: 'Our Loss is... Tim Tebow's fiancé, former Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, has shared the heartbreaking news that her younger sister -- whom she called a "Angel on Earth -- passed away over the weekend.
Fulani Herdsmen Kill Three Christians in Nigeria; Government Fails to Act Suspected Muslim Fulani herdsmen ambushed and killed a 26-year-old Catholic on Thursday (May 2) in north-central Nigeria and two other Christians in the same manner on April 27, sources said.
Algeria: Christian Charged with 'Undermining the Faith' of Muslim Wife Acquitted A convert from Islam in Algeria whose Muslim wife charged him with inciting her to change her religion won a final court battle in April - after losing her to divorce in March.

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