Chess Israeli Military Investigation Lashes out at Flotilla Operation

Israeli supreme command has committed "grave errors" in organizing the deadly operation against the peace flotilla for Gaza in the end of May, announced the Israeli military commission in charge of investigating the incident, as quoted by ITAR-TASS. The commission


Chess Man Arrested over Sofia Shooting

A 60-year old man was arrested early Monday morning after the shooting incident in a Roma-populated quarter of the Bulgarian capital Sofia. In the wee hours Monday a fight erupted in the Zaharna Fabrika neighborhood, with shooting breaking out. Police sent to the


Chess Foreign Minister: Bulgaria Supports Turkish EU-Accession Process

Bulgaria's foreign minister Nikolay Mladenov has played down concerns that Bulgaria would oppose a future membership in the EU on the part of Turkey. Mladenov said that Bulgaria "supports the processes of EU-accession of Turkey", speaking for the Anatolian News Ag


Chess Deadly Blasts in Uganda, at Least 64 Killed

Two blasts shook Uganda's capital Kampala Sunday night, killing at least 64 people and wounding another 65, according to newest reports by local police authorities. The explosions went off at at places where people had peacfully gathered to watch the World Cup 201


Chess Profit surprises seen for companies tied to oil spill

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Surprises may be in store this earnings season for U.S. companies tied to BP Plc's oil spill, according to an analysis that emphasizes equity analysts' past accuracy. Source


Chess Spain’s Iker Casillas Wins World Cup Golden Glove

The goalkeeper of World Cup 2010 champions Spain, Iker Casillas, was awarded the tournament's Golden Glove award. Previously known as the Lev Yashin award, by the name of legendary Soviet goalie active in the 50s and the 60s, the prize is given to the player consi


Chess PetroChina open to closer ties with BP

PetroChina, China's largest listed oil and gas producer, says it would "welcome" closer co-operation with BP as the embattled UK group struggles to cover liabilities arising from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster


Chess Enel to resume Green Power flotation

Listing of minority stake to go ahead despite fears over market conditions as Enel seeks to reduce debt


Chess Business warns on need for investment in energy

The UK is in the 'last chance saloon' to secure investment in its creaking energy infrastructure, ministers are being warned by a leading business group


Chess BP nears date with destiny over its future

BP will be announcing more than just its second-quarter results on July 17, when the crisis-hit oil company will be expected to assure investors that it can survive


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