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Death And Revenge: Jerusalem After The Teen Killings
Palestinians and Israeli security forces clashed on the streets of Jerusalem on Wednesday, following several tense days in both Jerusalem and the West Bank that followed the discovery of three dead Israeli teenagers and, subsequently, a Palestinian teenage boy whose mutilated corpse was found in a forest after he was allegedly kidnapped. There is speculation that his killing may have been retribution for the killing of the three Israelis.
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After China, GlaxoSmithKline Faces Pressure For Change
GlaxoSmithKline may have closed one chapter in a saga of corruption allegations by accepting a $489 million fine in China, but the drugmaker has its work cut out to win back skeptical investors. That means continued pressure on Chief Executive Andrew Witty, seen not so long ago as one of the sector's star managers, who is under fire for allowing the erosion of GSK's all-important U.S. business just as much as for the woes in China. John Bennett, a director of European equities at Henderson Global Investors, which has a holding in the drugmaker said, "I think GSK is a buy when the CEO of that business goes." Other disgruntled shareholders believe an accelerated change of chairman would be an important signal that the company is acting to address their concerns and working to improve financial returns.
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Amid High Expectations, 'Gotham' Cast Hopes To Deliver
Gotham stars Robin Lord Taylor and Cory Michael Smith aren't fazed by the expectations set in being one of the most anticipated shows of the fall season. "Everyone keeps saying that," says Smith. "It's not that I'm not aware of it — maybe I'm in denial and I'm going to live in this state. I feel really calm; I feel really confident." He has no reason not to. The show, set roughly 20 years before Batman would become a word, follows Detective Jim Gordon's fight to stay true of heart in a city that has seemingly lost its own, and Gordon is anchored by a host of villains that are as beloved as they are respected. Taylor plays Oswald Cobblepot, or The Penguin, who has a few key scenes with Det. Gordon in the pilot that will propel the series and change the nature of his relationship with partner Det. Harvey Bullock. Smith brings to life Edward Nygma, aka the Riddler, in a brief pilot appearance that will turn into a larger role in episodes to come.
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Alibaba IPO Ranks As World's Biggest After Additional Shares Sold
Alibaba's initial public offering now ranks as the world's biggest at $25 billion, netting underwriters of the sale a more than $300 million windfall after the e-commerce giant and some shareholders parted with additional shares. The fees are equivalent to 1.2 percent of the total deal, with Alibaba paying $121.8 million in commissions. Selling shareholders are set to pay another $178.6 million, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday. Overwhelming demand saw the IPO initially raise $21.8 billion, and then sent Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's stock surging 38 percent in its debut on Friday. That prompted underwriters to exercise an option to sell an additional 48 million shares, a source with direct knowledge of the deal said.
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Some 130,000 Syrians Reach Turkey, Fleeing IS
Some 130,000 Syrian refugees have reached Turkey in the past four days after fleeing the advance of Islamic State militants, Turkey's deputy prime minister said Monday, warning that the number could rise further as the militants press ahead with an onslaught. Numan Kurtulmus said however, that Turkey was ready to react to "the worst case scenario." Kurtulmus said, "I hope that we are not faced with a more populous refugee wave, but if we are, we have taken our precautions." The refugees have been flooding into Turkey since Thursday, escaping an Islamic State offensive that has pushed the conflict nearly within sight of the Turkish border. The conflict in Syria had already pushed more than a million people over the border in the past 3½ years.
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Chrysler Recalls 230,760 SUVs Globally For Fuel Pump Issue
Chrysler Group is recalling an estimated 230,760 sport utility vehicles globally to install a new part to prevent a fuel pump issue that could cause the vehicles to stall or not start. Chrysler, a unit of Fiat , said it had discovered in an internal review that some fuel-pump relays in certain 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs were susceptible to deformation. The automaker said it was unaware of any accidents or injuries related to the issue.
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Sarah Silverman Slams Michael Sheen Engagement Rumors: "I Will Never Get Married"
Sarah Silverman doesn't want to be Mrs. Michael Sheen, contrary to reports. Star magazine recently ran a story titled, "Sarah Wants A Ring." The tabloid claimed Silverman, 43, had left "pictures of engagement rings all over the place" so Sheen, 45, would get the "hint" and propose. The recurring Masters of Sex special guest star responded to the ridiculous romance rumors via Twitter Sunday. The Emmy-winning comedienne tweeted, "Just read that I wanna get married which is hilarious b/c I will never get married. Why would I want the govt involved in my love life? Ew. It's barbaric. That s--t never bothers me b/c who cares but I feel like this one is bigoted. The Jew girl MUST want a RING! Yich." Sheen has yet to respond to the story via his own Twitter account. The couple began dating after meeting at Sheen's 45th birthday party in West Hollywood.
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Airbus Sales Chief Cautious On Jet Output Increases
Airbus adopted a cautious stance on aircraft output on Monday, telling the airline and leasing industry that it would examine supply chain and other conditions before deciding further increases in output of its popular A320 narrowbody series. The comments by sales chief John Leahy at an industry event came after both Airbus and its rival Boeing said recently that they were studying further increases in already record plans. Boeing has indicated it might lift production of its 737 series to 52 planes a month in 2018, having already set plans to produce 47 a month by 2017, rising from 42 a month now.
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India's Modi To Observe Strict Fast During Maiden Trip To U.S
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will observe a strict religious fast during his maiden trip to the United States, aides said on Monday, in a test both of the 64-year-old leader's stamina and of protocol in the Obama White House. Throughout a grueling schedule that features the United Nations General Assembly, a rally of Indian Americans at New York's Madison Square Garden and talks with Obama in Washington, the devout Hindu will abstain from food. In keeping with the habits of a lifetime, Modi will restrict himself to a "liquid diet" throughout the Navratri festival, when India's majority Hindus worship mother goddess Durga in all her manifestations.
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Tesco Suspends Bosses Over £250m Profit Error
Tesco has suspended four senior executives after it revealed an accounting error overstated its first-half profit by £250m. CEO Dave Lewis said that “a number of people” have been suspended while an internal investigation is underway, including the four senior executives. Shares were down more than 11% in early trading, before easing slightly to around 8% down. Its stock price is down more than 43% in the last year. Britain's biggest supermarket chain said it has commissioned an independent review to uncover the cause of the profit miscalculation.