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Israel calls up more reservists  (31 July 05:50 pm) 
Israel calls up 16,000 extra reserve soldiers as Gaza offensive intensifies and death toll soars. Masako Iijima reports.
Ebola threat grows in Sierra Leone  (31 July 05:50 pm) 
MSF charity says struggling against Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone as governments accross the globe say they can contain outbreak. Natalie Thomas reports.
BES made a 3.8 bln euro first-half loss and warned of illegal activity. The central bank suspended key staff, but sourcing capital from private investors is now much harder, says Breakingviews.
The strong euro is hurting sales but helping on costs, says Continental CFO Wolfgang Schaefer.
July 31 - Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai has picked new executives and strategies to cement the tech giant\'s turnaround, but some say he shouldn\'t be too quick to discard the past. Yonggi Kang reports.
July 31 - Asia posts a symphony of surveys on manufacturing activity, with the most attention likely to be on China\'s official reading, expected to hit an eight-month high. Tara Joseph reports.
July 31 - BNP Paribas Chief Financial Officer Lars Machenil speaks to Reuters about the firm\'s second-quarter results, which were hit by a hefty fine for breaking U.S. sanctions.
Diageo misses forecasts after taking a writedown on its baiju business in China, but the company will bounce back from a “choppy” year on emerging markets, says CEO Ivan Menezes.
July 31 - Long undervalued compared to U.S., European and even Indian stocks, Chinese shares are poised for further gains, says Edmond de Rothschild\'s senior portfolio manager David Gaud.
July 31 - Lofty valuations for Japan’s top chat app and IPO candidate Line shouldn’t surprise, says Breakingviews’ Una Galani, especially given the excitement surrounding the messaging app
Mother of Mexican teen killed in Mexico when U.S. Border Patrol agent opened fire in 2012 files suit against Border Patrol. Nathan Frandino reports.
Argentina and holdout creditors failed to reach a debt deal, bringing the country closer to another default. Nathan Frandino reports.
Car bomb attacks kill 21 in Baghdad  (31 July 07:50 pm) 
Residents in the al-Ameen and Sadr City districts of Baghdad inspect damage caused by car bomb attacks that left 21 dead. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Orlando Bloom, Bieber make headlines  (31 July 05:49 am) 
July 30 - The latest celebrity news including reports of a showdown between Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom. John Russell reports.
The Fed wrapped up its latest meeting by reducing bond purchases by another $10 billion but with the economy heating up and the jobless rate slowly improving, policymakers are not ready to raise rates
France evacuates citizens from Libya  (31 July 04:48 am) 
Paris sent a frigate to Libya to evacuate French nationals who have been unable to leave as rival rebel groups battle for control of the airport. Reuters reports.
An economist says new sanctions aren\'t catastrophic for Russian economy while Muscovites appear resilient to measures. Nathan Frandino reports.
Racy love letters between the 29th U.S. President Warren Harding and his mistress reveal a secret 15-year relationship. Elly Park reports.
Rescue workers are pulling bodies from beneath tons of mud and rubble following a landslide that buried a village in western India. Nathan Frandino reports.
Rescue workers are pulling bodies from beneath tons of mud and rubble following a landslide that buried a village in western India. Nathan Frandino reports.
Madonna, Cameron Diaz and Ben Affleck are just a few of the stars getting older in August. Alicia Powell reports.
The U.S. economy could be even stronger but huge consumer debt loads taken on during the boom years before the great recession are still weighing on he consumer, says House of Debt co-author Amir
The microblogging site scored a great quarter, thanks to the global football event, but Rob Cyran and Reynolds Holding explain why later rounds could get tougher.
Goeff Hoffman, CEO of executive search firm DHR International, gives his take on the job market, after the ADP report showed the 4th straight month of job growth over 200,000.
July 30 - Tom Vosa, head of market economics at NAB Group, expects Fed to taper by $10 billion and QE programme to be reduced to $25 billion per month. In an interview with ET NOW, he says that Fed is