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2 hrs ago | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

Big Day for Arina Openysheva at Euro Juniors; Apostolos Christou Downs Another World Junior Record

DORDRECHT, The Netherlands, July 10. THE best and brightest age groupers from across the European continent continued to put up some impressive performances at the European Junior Championships in Dordrecht.


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6 hrs ago | IamExpat

International Fireworks Festival Scheveningen 2014 | August 15 - August 23, The Hague

Be mesmerised as a multitude of colours and patterns fill the night skies over the coastal resort of Scheveningen for two weekends during the International Fireworks Festival Scheveningen ! In a much more friendly display of firepower, the organisers of the festival invite production teams from around the world to compete in the art of fireworks.


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9 hrs ago | Computer Weekly

UK leads international partnership to fight financial malware

The UK's National Crime Agency is leading an international collaboration between law enforcement and private sector firms to fight bank theft malware.


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9 hrs ago | Trend

Azerbaijani president receives delegation led by UK minister of state for energy

Baku, Azerbaijan, July 10 Trend: President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has received a delegation led by Minister of State for Energy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Michael Fallon.


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12 hrs ago | Medical News Today

Physicists show that the concentration of acetone in breath is a...

Physicists at Radboud University Nijmegen have shown for the first time that the concentration of acetone in breath is a suitable marker of fat-burning during physical activity.


Related Topix: World News, Medicine, Diabetes, Health, Insulin (generic), Humulin, Novolin

12 hrs ago | Just-Style

UK: Store openings and warm weather boost Primark Q3 sales

An increase in selling space and warmer weather pushed sales up for UK value fashion retailer Primark in its third-quarter.


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16 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

'Neonic' pesticides affecting bird populations - study

Already suspected of killing bees, so-called "neonic" pesticides also affect bird populations, possibly by eliminating the insects they feed upon, a Dutch study has said.


Related Topix: Apiculture, Entomology, World News, Agriculture

Wed Jul 09, 2014

Trinidad Guardian

Unifying Hindus across continents

After the formation of Vishwa Hindu Parishad in 1964, the first Hindu World Conference was organised in 1966 at Prayag, India.


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Lawyer: OEeselj did not accept court's conditions

Vojislav Seselj remains in detention after a deadline expired for him to accept the conditions set out by the Hague Tribunal for his provisional release.


Related Topix: World News, Serbian Radical Party

Bioscience Technology

Viral Evasion: How Measles, Nipah Elude Detection

Sensors of microbial infections are the immune system's first line of defense. These molecules are the sentries guarding against dangerous invaders.


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Austrian Times

Police Appeal For Help Over ID Of Mystery Blonde Woman

Dutch police are making a last-ditch attempt to identify a young woman who dropped dead due to a heart defect but who was never identified despite a police operation in both Holland and neighbouring Germany.


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Mahmoud Abbas Calls Gaza Attack 'Genocide' - Moves To Join International Criminal Court

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called Israel's expanded operation in Gaza a "genocide" - and moved ahead with plans to join the International Criminal Court.


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Immunity for African Leaders?

Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir arrives for the extraordinary session of the African Union's Assembly of Heads of State and Government on the case of African Relationship with the International Criminal Court in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, October 12, 2013.


Related Topix: Uhuru Kenyatta, Dick Cheney, Activism

The Times of Israel

PA eyes The Hague as Abbas accuses Israel of 'genocide'

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas prays prior a meeting with his leadership in the West Bank city of Ramallah on July 9, 2014.


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The Irish World Newspaper

Poetry in motion

Camille O'Sullivan brings her musical interpretation of Shakespeare's epic poem The Rape of Lucrece to London for the first time this week.


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Times of Oman

The Hague - A Dutch city with an artistic heart

The square at the centre of things is Plein. On its north-west corner stands the Mauritshuis with, just beyond it, the complex of former parliamentary buildings known as Binnenhof .


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The Daily Star

Prosecutor at STL seeks arrest warrant for Amin

Amin is charged with contempt of court and obstruction of justice over reports published by Al-Akhbar last year.


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NEWS & ANALYSIS: Mapper Opens Russian MEMS Fab

The creation of the production facility follows on from the announcement in 2012 that Russia's Rusnano would invest about 40 million in Mapper.


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Art Daily

Christie's Evening Sale of Old Master & British Paintings in London realises $77 million

The sale was led by a masterpiece by Francesco Guardi From The Baron Henri de Rothschild Collection which realised 9.8 million/ $16.9 million / 12.4 million.


Related Topix: World News, Painting, Arts, Diana, TX,

Tue Jul 08, 2014


The Netherlands: Tulips, windmills and more

Today my longtime Dutch friends, Hans and Marjet, are driving me to polder country -- the vast fields reclaimed from the sea where cows graze, tiny canals function as fences and only church spires and windmills interrupt the horizon.


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