Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Чарын, Алаколь и БАО стали недоступны для части иностранцев

Биржи Европы без паники ждут развязки греческого узла - economy

Основные фондовые биржи Европы начали расти после двух дней ощутимого спада. Итоги вечернего саммита еврозоны по греческой проблеме дали инвестором надежду на то, что кризис может быть разрешен без выхода Греции из зоны евро. Даже ослабление евровалюты к доллару приостановилось, евро снова стоит 1,10 доллара. 

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Euronews

Биржевая паника в Китае может перерасти в мировой кризис - economy

Китайский рынок акций - в свободном падении, несмотря на попытки властей остановить панику. В среду индекс биржи Шанхая Shanghai Composite "рухнул": еще на 5,9%. Уже 1300 компаний с листингом на китайских площадках объявили о приостановке торгов в Шанхае и Шеньчжэне, парализовано 70% рынка. 

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Euronews

Sarajevo's media still exploring horrors of war

During the Bosnian War, a vast 16th century Jewish cemetery in Sarajevo was the front line in multi-ethnic fighting.The Muslim, Orthodox and Catholic Bosnia and Herzegovina capital historically nicknamed the 'Jerusalem of Europe' today has turned its back on violence, yet its media continue their tradition of resistance against war.

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Euronews

South Carolina Senate passes legislation to remove 'slavery flag'

South Carolina's Senate has voted to remove the Confederate battle flag from flying above the state capital's grounds. A bill to banish the flag in a museum easily passed a third and final reading by 36 to 3. The legislation is now headed to the state House of Representatives. The flag is viewed by many as a symbol of slavery, which has been compounded by the gunman in the Charleston church massacre being photographed with one.

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Euronews

World's oldest living person celebrates 116th birthday

The world’s oldest living person Susannah Mushatt Jones celebated her 116 birthday on July 6. The occasion was marked privately with her family. Jones is the daughter of Alabama sharecroppers and the third of 11 children. She has outlived all her siblings and although she has no children of her own she has more than 100 nieces and nephews.
The elderly lady was presented with a certificate proclaiming that she’s now the world’s oldest living person. Jones’ recognition comes after the death in June of Jeralean Talley. Jones was born in 1899, and became the record holder June 17, 2015. When she was 106, she told the New York City Housing Authority her key to longevity: “I never drink or smoke. I surround myself with love and positive energy. That’s the key to long life and happiness,” Jones stated.
INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Euronews

How serious is the Chinese stock plunge?

CNN's Maggie Lake speaks to Auerbach Grayson's Simon Male about the ramifications of the stock sell-off in China.

ISIS 'call to arms' raises terror threat levels

Study Finds Poor Health Leads to Early Death

An unhealthy lifestyle - like being overweight, eating poorly, smoking and drinking and not getting enough exercise - can cut shorten your life by as much as 23 years.

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via CBN News

'Islam doesn't stand for what happened on 7/7' BBC News

Sajda Mughal from North London was on the Piccadilly Line train between King's Cross and Russell Square when the bomb went off. While Sajda is still emotionally scarred by the day's events, she now works for the Jan Trust - helping to prevent radicalisation within the Muslim community. 

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via BBC News

Quake survivors in Nepal's 'tent cities' fear landslides

Thousands of survivors of Nepal’s earthquake in April are now facing another potential disaster. Monsoon rains have triggered landslides in mountainous areas where people have been living in makeshift camps.

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Al Jazeera

The future of immigration in Australia

Immigration news frequently makes headlines in Australia, which has high immigration rates, but is also one of the world's least densely populated countries. As Australia's population grows, what's in store for the future of immigration?

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Al Jazeera

Eurozone leaders give Greece until Sunday for bailout deal

European leaders have given Greece until Sunday to secure a deal and save its economy from collapsing.Earlier an emergency summit in Brussels ended without a bailout deal.Now another meeting is planned with all 28 EU members in five days time to try and work out a last ditch solution.Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland reports from Brussels.

INC News, 08/07/2015 - via Al Jazeera

A Whole City Turns Out to See the Pope