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International News on July 16, 2012


Former President Hosni Mubarak asked to return to prison
An Egyptian public prosecutor ordered Mubarak to return to prison as his health condition improved Andhra News

Russia blames west of blackmailing so as to use force in Syria
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov says it will continue to oppose any new UN resolution on Syria that would include the use of force. Andhra News

England and Wales population up by 3.7 million in 10 years
Biggest growth in population since census began Andhra News

Police continue search for missing Iowa girls
Police and about 350 volunteers continue search for missing Iowa girls at Evansdale Andhra News

Cameron and Clegg renew committment to coalition
UK PM David Cameron and Deputy PM Nick Clegg announce 9.4 billion pound packages at an event in Smethwick. They say that coalition will last till general elections in 2015. Andhra News

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma becomes the first woman head of African Union
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is South Africa's home affairs minister and is one of the largest serving ministers in the country. Andhra News

Abrahams, accused in murder of 6-year old to go straight to murder trial
Police alleged she and her partner murdered the baby in their Mount Druitt home Andhra News

North Korea military head General Ri Yong-ho stepped down from all posts
Illness is reported be the reason for his removal; Decision taken at Workers' Party meeting Andhra News

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Acquires FinArch
Business Wire India

Travelex Selects TNS for Payments Connectivity to Banks in Asia
Travelex Outsourcing, a subsidiary of Travelex Limited the world’s leading global specialist provider of foreign exchange, is strengthening its targeting of Malaysia, Singapore and Australia by using managed payments connectivity solutions from Transaction Network Services (NYSE:TNS). Business Wire India

QU College of Pharmacy Gets Canadian Recognition
Qatar University’s undergraduate pharmacy degree programme has been officially recognised by the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC), highlighting the programme’s growing international reputation. The course was previously accredited by the Canadian Council of Pharmacy Programs - CCAPP (Canada) - in 2009. Business Wire India

Turkish Airlines Retains “Europe’s Best Airline” Title
For the second year in a row, Turkish Airlines has been named “Europe’s Best Airline” by Skytrax, a leading global aviation research organization. Skytrax polled over 18 million business and leisure air travelers from 100 countries to determine the winners, which were announced at the Farnborough Airshow in the U.K. on July 12, 2012. Business Wire India

JPMorgan Chase to Amend Interim Financial Statements for 2012 First Quarter
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) has reported that it will restate its previously-filed interim financial statements for the first quarter of 2012. The restatement will have no effect on total earnings or revenues for the company year-to-date. Business Wire India

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