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The earthquake in Nepal leaves a devastated country

Nepal is still asking for urgent help after the devastating earthquake of 7.8 decrees that has left more than 7000 deaths, 17000 injured people and hundreds of thousands of displaced people. Before the national emergency situation declared by the government, the international community has thrown itself in helping the country, even though their efforts are not enough: thousands of disappeared people are still being looked for, many survivors sleep outside with heavy rain, hospitals are paralysed and many parts of the country are incommunicado.
The earthquake in Nepal leaves a devastated country

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China flexes muscles with World War II military extravaganza - CNN

03/09/2015 11.33 h.

BBC News

China flexes muscles with World War II military extravaganza
CNN
Beijing (CNN) With swarms of fighter jets and helicopters flying overhead, some 12,000 troops marched through the center of Beijing as China marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II with its biggest ever display of military might ...
China military parade commemorates WW2 victory over JapanBBC News
China marks Japan WWII defeat, shows rising power in paradeUSA TODAY
Military Parade in China Gives Xi Jinping a Platform to Show Grip on PowerNew York Times
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Socceroos 5-0 Bangladesh: World Cup 2018 qualifying – as it happened - The Guardian

03/09/2015 15.04 h.

The Guardian

Socceroos 5-0 Bangladesh: World Cup 2018 qualifying – as it happened
The Guardian
Australia's Mathew Leckie celebrates with team-mates after opening the scoring against Bangladesh. Photograph: Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images. Paul Connolly · @PFConnolly. Thursday 3 September 2015 09.09 EDT Last modified on Thursday 3 September ...

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Coordinated Strategy Brings Obama Victory on Iran Nuclear Deal - New York Times

03/09/2015 04.15 h.

New York Times

Coordinated Strategy Brings Obama Victory on Iran Nuclear Deal
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Just before the Senate left town for its August break, a dozen or so undecided Democrats met in the Capitol with senior diplomats from Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia who delivered a blunt, joint message: Their nuclear ...
Mikulski pushes Obama's Iran nuke deal over the top in SenateThe Hill
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NPR -The Guardian -Jerusalem Post Israel News
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Jack Lew: We're going to hold China accountable - CNBC

03/09/2015 13.12 h.

CNBC

Jack Lew: We're going to hold China accountable
CNBC
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, in an exclusive interview with CNBC, diplomatically but firmly criticized China's handling of its currency devaluation. He also said the recent trading turmoil isn't a major concern at this point, but "I keep my eye on the ...

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The World's Next Superpower Announces Itself With an Epic Parade - TIME

03/09/2015 11.17 h.

TIME

The World's Next Superpower Announces Itself With an Epic Parade
TIME
There are few places in the world better suited for spectacle than the vast expanse of Beijing's Tiananmen Square. On Sept. 3, in a grand military parade marking the 70th anniversary of Japan's official surrender in World War II, 11 phalanxes of People ...

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England v Australia: first ODI – live! - The Guardian

03/09/2015 15.42 h.

The Guardian

England v Australia: first ODI – live!
The Guardian
Adil Rashid celebrates after taking the wicket of David Warner. Photograph: Clive Rose/Getty Images. Rob Smyth (then) Tom Bryant(now). Thursday 3 September 2015 12.44 EDT Last modified on Thursday 3 September 2015 12.46 EDT. Share on Facebook ...
Australia bat; England recall Taylor, Moeen and WoakesESPNcricinfo.com

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Iran's Supreme Leader Orders Parliament to Vote on Nuclear Deal - New York Times

03/09/2015 17.22 h.

New York Times

Iran's Supreme Leader Orders Parliament to Vote on Nuclear Deal
New York Times
TEHRAN — A day after President Obama secured enough votes to ensure approval of the Iranian nuclear deal in the United States Congress, Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on Thursday ordered Parliament to vote on the agreement and ...
Iran's Khamenei backs parliamentary vote on nuclear deal with powers: state TVReuters

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Australia's Brutal Treatment of Migrants - New York Times

03/09/2015 09.21 h.

New York Times

Australia's Brutal Treatment of Migrants
New York Times
Some European officials may be tempted to adopt the hard-line approach Australia has used to stem a similar tide of migrants. That would be unconscionable. Prime Minister Tony Abbott has overseen a ruthlessly effective effort to stop boats packed with ...

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China poses threat to global growth, IMF warns - BBC News

03/09/2015 11.39 h.

BBC News

China poses threat to global growth, IMF warns
BBC News
Slower growth in China and continuing stock market uncertainty pose a threat to global economic growth, the International Monetary Fund has warned. China's slowdown appears to have bigger repercussions for other countries than had been expected, the ...
IMF Says China Slowdown, Other Risks Threaten Global OutlookWall Street Journal
IMF: China slowdown could keep global interest rates lowThe Guardian

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China is buying about one-fifth of the world's Apple Watches - Quartz

03/09/2015 09.05 h.

China is buying about one-fifth of the world's Apple Watches
Quartz
Demand from China has helped drive the massive success of the iPhones 6, but will it do the same for the Apple Watch? The early numbers look a bit muted, though still promising. Since the device's release in May, research firm RedTech ...

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