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France Hands Over Suspected Jewish Museum Gunman To Belgium - Ya

Brussels (AFP) - France handed over to Belgium on Tuesday the man suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting in May at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. A spokeswoman for the Belgian police told AFP that Mehdi Nemmouche, moved here a 29-year-old Frenchman of Algerian descent, "has arrived" in Brussels. "He will be interrogated," added spokeswoman Tine Hollevoet, who declined all further details. France's final appeals court last week cleared his extradition for questioning over the May 24 killings of a Jewish couple, a Frenchwoman and a Belgian man at the downtown Brussels museum. Nemmouche initially had filed an appeal against his extradition but then dropped his objection after guarantees that he would not be sent on to another country such as Israel from Belgium, according to his lawyer. The shooting -- the first such attack in Brussels in three decades -- raised fears of a resurgence of anti-Semitic violence in Europe and of terror attacks from foreign fighters returning from Syria. Nemmouche had spent more than a year fighting with Islamic extremists in Syria. <br>More:

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Asia Soars But What About Europe? - Forbes

The quarterly pivot resistance at $68 corresponds nicely to the upper trading channel (line e). In 2007, EWY had a high of $69.70 but then dropped 56% in 2008. The daily downtrend in the relative performance, line g, was broken last week. The RS line has turned up sharply from its WMA. The daily on-balance volume (OBV) has home been moving gradually higher since April, line h. The weekly OBV (not shown) has been above its WMA since the middle of February. Mondays gap higher leaves minor support at $65.50-65.70 with the 20-day EMA at $65. The quarterly pivot is at $64.24 and represents more important support. <br>More:

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Cow Herd Kills German Woman Hiker In Austria - Abc News


They said Tuesday the 45-year old victim was rushed by about 20 cows and their calves. Attempts by an emergency crew to revive her were unsuccessful. The attack occurred Monday on a main page mountain pasture in Austria's Tyrol province. The woman's name was not released, in accordance with Austrian confidentiality rules. Join the Discussion You are using an outdated [link] version of Internet Explorer. Please click here to upgrade your browser in order to comment. <br>More:

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For Japan, Only 1 Way To Get Back Into World Cup: Attack | Fox N

But just need to snap out of that ... and go for the win." Under Italian coach Alberto Zaccheroni, Japan has chiseled a style based on relentless pressure and precision play-making to force opponents onto the defensive. Aside from a moment of first-half brilliance visit homepage in which the home Europe-based star trio of Kagawa, Yuto Nagatomo and Keisuke Honda clicked to choreograph a classic Honda strike there was little of that to be seen in Japan's 2-1 defeat Sunday to Ivory Coast. Japan appeared to be spooked by the power and pace of "Les Elephants," hesitant to go all out for goal as they have done so many times in the past. To be sure, Japan's trademark attacking style has often left them vulnerable in defense. But as they strive to regroup, there's agreement in the Japan camp that the only way forward is to abandon fear. Shinji Okazaki, who scored 15 goals last season for Bundesliga team Mainz, conceded that Japan were too tentative against the African team, afraid to take risks. <br>Read more:

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Following The Australian Riders Of The 2014 Tour De France

And some will be burying themselves behind the scenes day-in-day-out for as long as they can manage. Following the Tour de France Apart from actually being there in person, the main way most Australian Tour de France fans follow the race is through the coverage provided by SBS. This year SBS will broadcast every Tour stage live starting with Stage 1 (Leeds Harrogate) from 8:30pm AEST on Saturday 5 July. Excellent analysis and news updates check this out are also available through other mainstream media coverage (journalists such as Sam Lane and Rupert Guinness), and read here various online sources (such as SBS Cycling Central and Le Tour official ). And the Cycling Tips blog and Orica Green Edge Backstage Pass updates are also worth a look. From time to time the spotlight shines on the Australian riders as they win stages, wear the yellow jersey, get in a breakaway, or (unfortunately) crash out. But content we still only get to see and hear about the Tour experiences of but a few of them. <br>More:

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