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U.S. coal miners worry Trump-China trade dispute could hit exports
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. coal mining companies are worried President Donald Trumpâs intensifying trade dispute with China could hurt their booming export business, one of the ailing sectorâs most important lifelines, according to industry players.
Soccer-Let's mind our own business, say Croatia ahead of Iceland game
ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia, June 25 (Reuters) - Croatia know Iceland far too well to be over concerned about calculations regarding the outcome of World Cup Group D as they aim to secure top spot with at least a draw at the Rostov Arena on Tuesday.
UPDATE 1-Ex-Trump campaign manager Manafort to appeal jailing order
WASHINGTON, June 25 (Reuters) - Lawyers for Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's former presidential campaign manager, said on Monday they plan to appeal a judge's decision to jail Manafort while he awaits a criminal trial in Washington later this fall.
Xerox says to lower dependency on Fujifilm, seek new vendors
(Reuters) - Xerox Corp said on Monday it would start sourcing products from new vendors to lower its dependency on Fujifilm Holdings Corp and may not renew its technology agreement with the 56-year-old joint venture Fuji Xerox.
Soccer-Octogenarian Russian babushka embraces World Cup role
KALININGRAD, Russia, June 25 (Reuters) - Since the first World Cup was staged in 1930, there have been 21 editions of the tournament and Ludmila Kharyova has been around for all but one. So when Russia won the right to host the soccer extravaganza, she wanted in on the fun.
'Paws crossed!' Giant panda may be pregnant at Washington zoo
(Reuters) - One of the U.S. capital's resident giant pandas may be pregnant, officials at the Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo said on Monday, but warned fans of the wooly black-and-white mammals not to get baby fever just yet.
Oil drops as market braces for more OPEC crude and Wall Street slips
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil fell on Monday as investors prepared for an extra 1 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil to hit the markets after OPEC agreed to raise production and as U.S. equity markets slipped on trade war fears.
UPDATE 2-Soccer-Uruguay punish sluggish Russia to top Group A
SAMARA, Russia, June 25 (Reuters) - Uruguay burnished their World Cup credentials with a 3-0 victory over 10-man Russia on Monday, finishing top of Group A with a perfect record while dampening the hopes of the tournament hosts, who had to settle for second.
UPDATE 1-Oil producer deal may be short of what's needed -U.S. energy secretary
WASHINGTON, June 25 (Reuters) - U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on Monday a deal between global oil producers to boost crude output reached last week may not be enough to relieve global oil markets that are stressed by supply constraints.
UPDATE 1-Soccer-Saudis stun Egypt 2-1 in World Cup farewell despite Salah strike
VOLGOGRAD, Russia, June 25 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia pulled off a last-gasp 2-1 win over Egypt as the two sides departed from Russia on Monday, with the Saudis notching their first World Cup victory since 1994 and adding to the misery of Egypt's prolific striker Mohamed Salah.
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