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EU food embargo a blow for Russian cheese shop

Russia's embargo against food from the European Union will affect 10 percent of the EU's food exports and may cause a crisis of glut in Europe, industry experts warn. For one cheese shop in Moscow, the immediate future is uncertain. Duration: 00:57 Aug 8, 2014
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Prince William to Work as Air Ambulance Pilot

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and the elder son of Prince of Wales Charles and the late Princess Diana, is now set to work as an air ambulance pilot, Kensington Palace announced on Thursday. Aug 8, 2014
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Baghdad residents react to Obama's decision

President Barack Obama has ordered US warplanes back into Iraqi skies to stop jihadists from moving into autonomous Kurdistan and carrying out a potential genocide against displaced minorities. Duration: 01:29 Aug 8, 2014
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Oil firms brace for Mexico comeback

After marathon debates, Mexico's Congress voted to implement a historic reform reopening the state-controlled oil and gas sector to foreign firms, which were expelled in 1938. Major oil companies are now gearing up to invest. Duration: 02:30 Aug 8, 2014
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Pak hands over captured jawan, BSF DG says no mishandling done

RS Pura, Aug 08 (ANI): After Pakistan handed over to India a BSF jawan who was captured by Pakistan Rangers, BSF Director General, DK Pathak assured that the jawan was treated well and no mishandling was done. He said that after trooper Satyasheel Yadav was swept away to Pakistan by strong currents of River Chenab, civilians and other people helped him across the border and also gave medical assistance to him. Pathak also said that the questions asked by the trooper were very common and usual. He also said that the jawan is fine and doing well. Aug 8, 2014
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Bhopal: Congress protests demanding increase in pension for old people

Bhopal, Aug 08 (ANI): Party workers of Congress staged a protest against the government of Madhya Pradesh on Friday as they demanded rise in pension for the old people. Thousands of widows and old people, along with Congress party workers, held flags and shouted slogans as they encircled the residence of state chief, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in Bhopal. The protesters also presented a memorandum to Sub Divisional Magistrate asking an increase in the pension. Meanwhile, Congress leader Taslim Wahida Lashkari said the pension for poor people should be raised to rupees 1000 and the 400,000 people made ineligible should be made eligible. Aug 8, 2014