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European Central Bank to keep level of stimulus unchanged

It also said that its 80 billion euro per month asset purchase program is meant to run until the end of March 2017, or beyond if necessary, and until the bank sees a sustained adjustment in the path o...

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Rio Athletes Village faces leaks, power outages; Australia refuses to move in

Kiwi chef de mission Rob Waddell last week said New Zealand's 10-strong advance party into the athletes' village had been working hard to tidy up a series of odd jobs. "I am reasonably confident ...

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Australia team won't move into 'unfinished' Athletes Village

Three members of the USA team will be making their sixth appearance in an Olympic Games: equestrian Phillip Dutton, along with shooters Emil Milev and Kim Rhode. Athletes were scheduled to move in Jul...

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Goat Drowns Trying to Escape Alaska Crowds

Goat Drowns Trying to Escape Alaska Crowds

The trouble began about 6:30 p.m. Saturday when troopers received a report that people were harassing the goat on the south end of the Seward Harbor breakwater dike. "Unable to speak [a] foreign langu...

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US gives tentative OK to flights to Cuba from 10 US cities

Interest in visiting Cuba skyrocketed since relations between the two nations began to heal in 2014. It will bring scheduled US service to Havana after more than 50 years of such service being abs...

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David Cameron leaves, Larry the Cat stays

David Cameron leaves, Larry the Cat stays

May worked in finance, including at the Bank of England, before being elected. Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday said that post-Brexit the United Kingdom should "try and b...

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