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A Ukrainian emergency worker walks amongst charred debris at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 near the village of Hrabove, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, July 20, 2014. Armed rebels forced emergency workers to hand over all 196 bodies recovered from the Malaysia Airlines crash site and had them loaded Sunday onto refrigerated train cars bound for a rebel-held city, Ukrainian officials and monitors said.
(photo: AP / Vadim Ghirda)
Bodies, luggage and children’s toys strewn across the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine
The Australian
IN the fields near the village in Rassypnoye in eastern Ukraine the small ribbons on poles flap effortlessy in the summer breeze. | On any other day, in any other situation, they could add a beautiful touch of colour to the fields on an otherwise rainy dull day and be mistaken as an attempt by farme...
Gold pendant in the gold chain - jewellery - metal
(photo: WN / Aruna Mirasdar)
PRECIOUS-Gold steady near 4-month high on safe-haven demand
SINGAPORE, July 14 (Reuters) - Gold was steady near a four-month high on Monday, supported by safe-haven buying from escalating tensions in the Middle East and lingering worries about Portugal's biggest bank. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was little changed at $1,338.20 an ounce by 0034 GMT. It posted it...
Road to courts paved with gold, but there's a crackdown looming
Canberra Times
LCM's move comes as the litigation sector is under unprecedented scrutiny. | It's been a long hard slog for investors trying to recover any of the $500 million they pumped into retirement village empire Prime Trust, which collapsed in October 2010. |...
Osisko Gold Royalties buys into NioGold for C$4.9m
Mining Weekly
TORONTO ( – The TSX-V-listed stock of junior exploration firm NioGold Mining on Friday soared by as much as two thirds after announcing a C$4.9-million private-placement financing with Osisko Gold Royalties. | Vancouver-based N...
Indonesia seeks Indian investment to mine gold, refine crude oil
The Hindu
With a new government under Joko Widodo set to assume power in Jakarta, Indonesia is looking for big ticket Indian investors to mine gold and refine crude oil in the fourth most populous country in the world. | Indonesia is also targeting to increase...
Battle over gold mine proposal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The town of Stawell is divided over plans for an open cut gold mine. ...
London gold fix company appoints committee to oversee benchmark
Mining Weekly
LONDON – The company operating the gold price 'fix' has appointed a supervisory committee to oversee the century-old system of benchmarking gold prices ahead of the implementation of stricter regulations, its website showed on Friday. |...
New metrics enhance transparency of gold miners' cost reporting
Mining Weekly
The World Gold Council’s (WGC’s) supplementary ‘all-in’ cost metrics have helped gold miners to provide more external transparency regarding their cost reporting, while the metrics have enabled them to internally drive change ...
Chesser looks at selling Turkish gold project
Mining Weekly
PERTH ( – ASX-listed junior Chesser Resources was mulling the sale of its Kestanelik gold project, in Turkey, to Turkish company Nurol Holdings for $40-million. | The company has inked a letter of intent to divest of the mining...
Friday's entries
Times Union
Post time: 1 p.m., selections by Tim Wilkin | 1 | $40,000, maidens, fillies and mares, 3-year-olds and up, claiming ($35,000), The New York Thoroughbred Breeders, 6 furlongs. | 1. SILVER UNION numbers keep going up, had best race to date in last vs. ...
Ross Murdoch, Scotland's unfancied local hero
Canberra Times
Shock winner: Ross Murdoch. Photo: Getty Images | The proud Scots had prayed for a fairytale in the pool on night one of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. It duly arrived, although it wasn't the one everybody had been expecting. | Michael Jamieson may ...
Platinum hunt 'uproar' looms
A Canadian company has been given the go-ahead to explore for platinum in an area between Murchison and the Nelson Lakes. | Minister of Energy and Resources Simon Bridges announced the exploration permits yesterday at the Minerals West Coast forum in...
Indian cricketer Ravindra Jadeja looks on during a practice session in Dambulla, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009. India and Sri Lanka will play a five One-Day International cricket series and a Twenty20 game beginning Jan. 28.
(photo: AP / Eranga Jayawardena)
Jadeja fined for Anderson fracas
The Guardian
LONDON, July 25 (Reuters) - India's Ravindra Jadeja has been fined half his match fee for his involvement in an altercation with England quick bowler James Anderson during the drawn first test at Trent Bridge. | The clash, which occurred as the players left the field at lunch on the second day, saw Jadeja charged with a level two misconduct charge ...
Mobile Internet - Smartphone
(photo: WN / Yolanda Leyba)
Mobile internet on the verge of killing SMS
The Times Of India
MUMBAI: The rise in internet based social media platforms is on the verge of killing short messaging service or SMS. The flip side is that mobile data is turning out to be a big cash cow for mobile telecom companies. | According to a report by rating agency Care the average SMS per subscriber per month, has fallen from 39 in Q3 FY13 (October- Decem...

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