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  • KIEV, Feb 15- The Ukrainian military said on Sunday a ceasefire between government troops and pro-Russian separatists in east Ukraine is being observed "in general" and that rebel attacks are infrequent and not widespread. "In the conflict zone the ceasefire has been observed in general... Shelling has been not regular and localized, "military spokesman Vladyslav...

  • UKRAINE MILITARY SAYS CEASEFIRE IS BEING OBSERVED "IN GENERAL," REBEL ATTACKS ARE NOT REGULAR.

  • NEW DELHI, Feb 15- U.S.-based SunEdison and First Solar on Sunday committed to build more than 20,000 megawatts of clean energy capacity in India by 2022, a boost for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to meet ambitious renewable targets. SunEdison said it would build 15,200 MW of solar and wind power capacity by 2022, while First Solar made a commitment to...

  • STOCKHOLM, Feb 15- Danish police said they believed the man shot dead by officers in Copenhagen on Sunday was responsible for two shootings in the city at a freedom of expression event and a synagogue which killed two people and wounded five.

  • UKRAINE MILITARY SPOKESMAN SAYS REBELS HAVE SHELLED UKRAINIAN POSITIONS 10 TIMES SINCE CEASEFIRE CAME INTO EFFECT.

  • More than 50 million people from Michigan to southern Canada were in the path of the storm, which was tracking east over the Great Lakes and gaining strength as it approached the Atlantic coast of New England, the National Weather Service said. The most severe weather was heading for the New England coast, including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and...

  • The 79- page analysis, dated February 2015, suggests the FAA favors making it easier for farmers, photographers and other businesses to fly drones to survey crops, shoot videos and inspect remote facilities, such as oil pipelines, drilling rigs and electrical power towers, among other uses. The analysis was not a copy of the draft rule itself, and it was not...

  • TORONTO, Feb 15- Canadian Pacific Railway's train engineers and conductors walked off the job on Sunday as a midnight deadline to reach agreement on a new contract passed, setting the stage for back-to-work legislation to be enacted by the government. Canada's No. 2 railway had reached a last-minute deal with another union, Unifor, which represents safety and...

  • TORONTO, Feb 15- CP Rail's train engineers and conductors have gone on strike, their union said on Sunday, as a midnight deadline to reach agreement on a new contract passed. Canada's No. 2 railway had reached a last-minute deal with another union, Unifor, which represents maintenance workers minutes before the deadline. But it did not agree terms with Teamsters...

  • CP RAIL WORKERS REPRESENTED BY TEAMSTERS CANADA UNION GO ON STRIKE- UNION SPOKESMAN.

  • CP RAIL SAYS REACHES TENTATIVE FOUR-YEAR DEAL WITH UNION REPRESENTING 1,200 RAIL, TRAIN MAINTENANCE WORKERS.

  • SEOUL, Feb 15- South Korea has halted imports of Canadian beef after Canada on Friday confirmed its first case of mad cow disease since 2011, the South Korean agriculture ministry said. South Korea was seeking more information about the outbreak and discussing public safety with relevant authorities, the ministry said in a statement. South Korea imported a...

  • Feb 14- A multinational gang of cybercriminals has stolen as much as $1 billion from as many as 100 financial institutions around the world in about two years, Russian computer security company Kaspersky Lab said on Saturday. The company said it was working with Interpol, Europol and authorities from different countries to try to uncover more details on what it...

  • More than 50 million people from Michigan to southern Canada were in the path of the storm, which was tracking east over the Great Lakes and gaining strength as it approached the Atlantic coast, the National Weather Service said. In Boston, snow fell hard in the late afternoon, paused for an early evening lull and then picked up again. The most severe weather was...

  • *Yoshida puts each Sony division on hook for performance. TOKYO, Feb 15- Months after Sony Corp bought So-net, the broadband provider's chief chided CEO Kazuo Hirai for having his "priorities in the wrong order." Yoshida is pushing each Sony division to take more responsibility for its performance, a direction that insiders say Sony is likely to confirm in a new...

  • TORONTO, Feb 14- Canadian National Rail said on Saturday that it has reached a tentative labor agreement with the union representing its train engineers in Canada. Canada's largest railway said the deal with the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, which covers about 1,800 locomotive engineers, will be put to a ratification vote by mid-April, when results will be...

  • RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., Feb 14- It may not have been a hacking, but a computer outage at the hotel where U.S. President Barack Obama resided this week could not have come at a more inconvenient time. The president flew to San Francisco on Thursday to preach the benefits of better corporate cybersecurity practices.

  • Feb 14- New York Times media columnist David Carr, a beloved and widely respected journalist who wrote a memoir about his struggles with addiction, died of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease, New York City's medical examiner said on Saturday. In addition to his weekly column, Carr reported for the paper's culture section and featured prominently in "Page One:...

  • US labor secretary jumps into West Coast port fray Saturday, 14 Feb 2015 | 4:48 PM ET
    Ships gather off the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California in this aerial photo taken February 6, 2015.

    Labor Secretary Tom Perez will travel to California to help broker a deal between shipping companies and dockworkers in the West Coast port fight.

  • U.S. labor secretary to help reach West Coast port deal Saturday, 14 Feb 2015 | 4:32 PM ET

    Labor Secretary Tom Perez will travel to California to help broker an agreement between shipping companies and dockworkers in a dispute that has led to a partial shutdown of ports along the U.S. West Coast, the White House said on Saturday. "The negotiations over the functioning of the West Coast ports have been taking place for months with the administration...