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 Issue: July 29, 2014   (Archive)
Tuesday, July 29, 2014   

  
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(Flight MH17) EU to impose new Russia sanctions as fighting blocks probe (World)
(31 mins ago)
The EU is set to approve punishing sanctions against Russia Tuesday over its role in the Ukraine crisis, after Kiev seized control of part of the MH17 cras...   
12 mins ago -  Hang Seng up at lunch (Business)
15 mins ago -  HKMA warns of fraudulent website (Hong Kong)
19 mins ago -  1,000 minibuses join anti-Occupy campaign (Hong Kong)
44 mins ago -  Two frontline soldiers commit suicide in SKorea (World)
48 mins ago -  Delay in MTR services (Hong Kong)
51 mins ago -  CE 'polarizing society' with signature (Hong Kong)
1 hr 11 mins ago -  Japan household spending down in June (Business)
1 hr 14 mins ago -  Political advisor prosecuted for graft (China)
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China Business News
Chambers warn of Occupy damage
The leaders of Hong Kong's five major business chambers have urged the public not to take part in Occupy Central should it be launched this year.
China Business News
Suen tells of his mixed feelings
Former senior government official Michael Suen Ming-yeung said he had mixed feelings when he saw his ex- colleague - Hong Kong's former No 2 Rafael Hui Si-yan - in the dock of a court.


  • Call to use Exchange Fund for social policies rejected
  • Chambers warn of Occupy damage
  • Suen tells of his mixed feelings
  • Dire warning for youngsters on diabetes risks


  • Receipts pointed finger at McDonald's, says official
  • Mystery stalker reveals itself at last
  • Alliance barrage for Occupy Central
  • Help at hand for those at risk of hep B



  • Package sales for studios scrapped
  • Sinogreen rises on Macau target
  • Time to seek ways to fly through security challenges
  • Lloyds fined 218m


  • Plane downing `war crime'
  • Ferry disaster students tell of sinking horror
  • UN joins US in Gaza truce call as toll mounts


    Last but not least
    Chinese rider Ji Cheng says he wants to get away from cycling for a while after completing the Tour de France.



    Brains beats brawn at the box office
    Director Luc Besson's action sci-fi thriller Lucy, about a woman turned superhuman by using 100 percent of her brain, debuted at the top of the North American box office.

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    Skepticism will only drag you down
    Deep messages provide us with insights. Scientists constantly search and explore the cosmic world, but surprisingly they can merely understand 4 percent of it.


    Wrong approach taken on airport noise
    In response to an opinion piece written by Designing Hong Kong which proposes an alternative approach to assess aircraft noise of the planned three-runway system, or 3RS, based on the number of events where aircraft noise exceeds a certain level, we would like to point out that no major international airport has been found to use such an approach for assessing the noise impact of aircraft operations.


  • Yahoo dares users to be bold


  • Brown fat benefits
  • Drowning in drink
  • Grand day out
  • China Business News

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