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Israel cuts back Gaza electricity supplies

Israel cuts back Gaza electricity supplies

Israel on Monday began reducing electricity supplies to the Gaza Strip, despite warnings the move could increase suffering and tensions in the Palestinian enclave.

Cyclone kills 10 in south India's tech hub Chennai

Cyclone kills 10 in south India's tech hub Chennai

At least 10 people were killed when Cyclone Vardah slammed into the southern Indian tech hub of Chennai, bringing down houses and cutting off the electricity supply, authorities said on Tuesday.

Iraq probe finds Maliki, others responsible for Mosul fall: MPs

Iraq probe finds Maliki, others responsible for Mosul fall: MPs

An Iraqi parliamentary investigation found ex-premier Nuri al-Maliki and 35 others responsible for jihadists overrunning second city Mosul

BNP considers biggest investment bank revamp since crisis

BNP considers biggest investment bank revamp since crisis

BNP Paribas is considering a reorganisation of its securities unit that may bring the deepest cost cuts since the financial crisis.

Chelsea unfazed by chasing pack or Adam stunner

Chelsea unfazed by chasing pack or Adam stunner

Chelsea weathered an extraordinary 65-yard goal by Charlie Adam to re-establish their seven-point lead at the Premier League summit with a 2-1 defeat of Stoke City yesterday.

Seminar discusses new trends in materials science and engineering

Seminar discusses new trends in materials science and engineering

Texas A&M University at Qatar ( TAMU-Q) hosted the sixth edition of the Materials Science and Engineering Symposium recently.

Japan’s trade deficit shrinks 7.8% in April

Japan’s trade deficit shrinks 7.8% in April

Japan’s trade deficit narrowed again last month, data showed yesterday, as a sales tax hike weighed on imports.