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Walmart Canada will stop accepting Visa cards

Walmart Canada stores claims that Visa cards provider charges merchants “unacceptably high” fees so it decides to stop visa cards and this will be start from 18 July as it

UK: No Single Market Access After Brexit

Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, has slammed the door on Britain’s chances of enjoying bloc benefits from outside EU. He rather says a relationship like tha

Paul Simon’s Album At The Top After 26 Years

Paul Simon’s Stranger To Stranger has scored UK number one studio album in 26 years. Being overwhelmed by the news, he said “I hope it stands up to multiple listens." "I d

Oil sector job losses ‘to reach 120,000 by end of year’

Following the plunge of oil price, the number of jobs in the UK’s oil and gas industry is expected to lose more than 120,000 jobs in two years, according to a report. Its

US: singer Christina Grimmie shot outside concert

The American singer and YouTube star Christina Grimmie is died of her wounds after being shot in the head outside a concert in Orlando. The 22-year-old from New Jersey was a f

Amazon steps to supply fresh food delivery in UK groceries

Amazon is starting its launch of fresh food deliveries on Thursday to the British supermarkets. The renowned online specialist will offer more than 130,000 groceries in n

Four dead in Tel Aviv market shooting

In central Tel Aviv on a retail complex four people have been killed and six wounded in a shooting attack.It was happened in yesterday around the Sarona complex near to the

Singapore: Foreign support for LGBT events has blocked

Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has announced that foreign corporations are not allowed to funding, supporting or influencing events at Speaker’s Corner. In a v

Lady Gaga Album Delayed Until 2017

Bad news for Gaga fans - rumour has it that the pop artist's latest album will be pushed back to be released in 2017. Elton John has let slip of the disappointing news on h

‘Register to vote’ website crashes 2 hours before deadline

The website allowing UK citizens to register to vote for the EU Referendum poll on 23 June crashed and was unavailable for a few hours in the run up to the voting. The dead