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Michaela Dunn, 24, was identified as the victim of a killing spree in Sydney

The man who went wild rampage this week in Sydney, Australia, killed a woman during his rampage – 24-year-old escort Michaela Dunn, according to a new report. Mert Ney, 20, allegedly 9 news reports that Dunn was stabbed on Tuesday afternoon in an apartment in Sydney's central business district. Michaela Dunn AFP / Getty Images Initial reports indicated only that …

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Top 5 Things You Should Know on the Market Wednesday By Investing.com

© Reuters. Investing.com – Here are the five most important pieces of information you need to know on the financial markets on Wednesday, August 14: 1. Signs of economic downturn weigh on sentiment Worries over data from China and Germany fueled fears of a potential global recession. China's growth in July is another sign that the trade conflict between Beijing …

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Sexist ads for Volkswagen and Philadelphia banned over gender stereotypes

The ads for Volkswagen and Philadelphia cream cheese were investigated by the UK Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) after they complained they perpetuated gender stereotypes. [commercials] shows a number of ordinarily male People taking part in adventurous activities – two male astronauts in space and a male athlete with a prosthetic leg doing the long jump. "We acknowledge that becoming a …

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Google, Facebook, Amazon testify in the US of the French digital tax

The Google Alphabet Facebook and Amazon units are among the companies that will testify to the French government's digital services tax on Monday at a US government hearing. In July, the French Senate approved a 3% tax levied on digital services generated in France by companies with a French turnover of more than € 25 million and a worldwide turnover …

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German economy: GDP shrinks in the second quarter as trade slows

GDP for the three months ended June contracted 0.1% compared to the previous quarter, in line with analyst expectations. That's down from 0.4% growth in the first three months of the year. "Today's GDP report definitely marks the end of a golden decade for the German economy," said Carsten Brzeski, chief economist in Germany at the Dutch bank ING. The …

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The "fear display" shows that the market is heading for "troubled waters"

Investors should be cautious despite the big rally on Wall Street on Tuesday, warned Jim Cramer of CNBC. The market wanders through a volatile time and Mark Sebastian, who calls the "Mad Money" host named "VIX master" is vigilant. The VIX or CBOE Volatility Index measures market risk based on investor sentiment about equities listed in the S & P …

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Hong Kong protesters apologize for chaos at the airport

HONG KONG – Protesters began to apologize for disruptions at Hong Kong Airport on Wednesday as violence and chaos and a court order threatened to eliminate the transportation hub as one of its most effective venues For demonstrations. Protests led to the airport, one of the busiest in the world, interrupting check-in this week for two consecutive days, causing hundreds …

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Hong Kong is protesting in a similar way to the Boston Tea Party, the former National Security Council official said

Although China requires the US to stay away from anti-democracy protests in Hong Kong, protesters who stormed one of the busiest airports in the world this week are similar to those who drank tea to the port of Hong Kong more than two centuries ago Boston threw have retired Air Force Brig. General Robert Spalding. The way China has tried …

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