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SECURE ACCESS • Monday, July 28, 2014, 1819 (UTC)
India and Pakistan accuse each other of ceasefire violation
India and Pakistan accuse each other of ceasefire violation

During the last week, through Friday, there have been several incidents of firing at the India–Pakistan border, causing deaths on both sides: members of India's Border Security Force and Pakistani citizens, suspected by India to be infiltrators. Both India and Pakistan have accused the opposite side of initiating the ceasefire violation.

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Fighting in Gaza sparks riots in West Bank
Fighting in Gaza sparks riots in West Bank

While fighting between Hamas and the Israeli military occurred in Gaza, violent demonstrations took place continuing into the weekend in the West Bank and the Old City of Jerusalem, in which eleven Palestinians died and more than a hundred were injured.

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Scientists analyse effects of global warming, atmospheric ozone on crops
Scientists analyse effects of global warming, atmospheric ozone on crops

A research team from the US and UK has analysed effects of global warming and ozone pollution over 2000–2050 on the worldwide production of wheat, rice, maize and soybean. The study was published in journal Nature Climate Change on Sunday.

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Security guards attacked in Peshawar, Pakistan
Security guards attacked in Peshawar, Pakistan

In the capital city Peshawar of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan, unidentified armed men targeted security guards at the Hayatabad Industrial Estate on Sunday.

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Reserve Bank of India announces plan to list systemically important banks
Reserve Bank of India announces plan to list systemically important banks

The Reserve Bank of India posted a press release on its website yesterday stating it will identify up to six banks as domestic important banks (D-SIB), which would be equivalent to the too big to fail banks of other nations.

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