News Headlines - 30 July 2014

Energy Companies Rethinking Russia After New Round of Sanctions - NYTimes.com

The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine — and the tougher round of sanctions against Russia that followed — is prompting some big multinational energy companies to take a fresh look at the ramifications of the crisis.

China to Publish Unemployment Rate for Big Cities - WSJ

China will publish unemployment rates for big cities at an appropriate time to better reflect the country's job market, said the State Council, or the nation's cabinet, in a meeting Wednesday.

British Airways to be sued over pilot sexual abuse claims - The Independent

British Airways it to be sued by a group of women and young girls over allegations that the airline’s now deceased pilot, Simon Wood, sexually abused children in African schools and orphanages.

Cappuccino coming up: European cargo ship on its way to space station - CBS News

A powerful Ariane 5 rocket carrying the European Space Agency's fifth and final Automated Transfer Vehicle cargo ship roared to life and climbed away from French Guiana Tuesday, kicking off a two-week flight to deliver more than seven tons of equipment and supplies -- including cappuccino and tiramisu -- to the International Space Station.

Celtic face Champions League elimination after losing qualifier 1st leg 4-1 to Legia Warsaw - Mirror Online

Celtic’s Champions League hopes are in tatters after a 4-1 thrashing in Poland.
And it could have been far worse for the Scots as opponents Legia Warsaw also missed two penalties.








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