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Yankees receive 3B Headley in trade with Padres
MLB: San Diego Padres at Colorado Rockies(Reuters) - The New York Yankees acquired third baseman Chase Headley from the San Diego Padres on Tuesday for infielder Yangervis Solarte and right-handed pitching prospect Rafael De Paula, the Yankees announced. The switch-hitting Headley, who hit 31 home runs with 115 RBIs and won a Gold Glove for fielding in a breakout season in 2012, is batting .229 with seven homers and 32 RBIs this year. The Yankees also received $1 million in the exchange for Headley, who is owed $4.16 million on his current contract, mlb.com reported. ...

Ferry tragedy gives Koreans extra drive for Crown
Ryu So-Yeon of South Korea lines up her second shot after missing the fairway on the 18th hole during the final round of the Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I at Highland Meadows Golf Club on July 20, 2014 in Sylvania, OhioSouth Korea's women golfers dedicated their efforts at this week's inaugural LPGA International Crown team matches to lifting their homeland's spirits after April's ferry disaster that killed nearly 300 people. The Seoul ferry sank on April 16 with 476 people on board, including 325 high school children, and 294 were confirmed dead in a mishap that stunned South Korea after learning incompetence, corruption and greed contributed to the tragedy. Everybody still thinks about that and all the young kids and feels really sad," ninth-ranked Ryu So-Yeon, the 2011 US Women's Open champion, said Tuesday.

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No quick decision seen on tougher EU sanctions on Russia
By Adrian Croft BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union ambassadors will debate proposals on Thursday on restricting Russian access to Europe's capital markets and defense and energy technology but are not expected to make a quick decision. Ambassadors from the 28 EU nations are expected to agree on Thursday to add the names of some Russian companies that are helping to undermine Ukraine's sovereignty to the bloc's sanctions list, using new expanded criteria. Despite threatening tough action since Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region in March, the EU has been divided over imposing economic sanctions on its main gas supplier. Foreign ministers for the first time this week singled out sectors of the Russian economy that the EU might target with sanctions in protest at Moscow's actions in eastern Ukraine.

Officials rush to brush off sanctions impact after Putin ally's warning
By Darya Korsunskaya and Lidia Kelly MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian officials on Wednesday lined up to dismiss the economic impact of Western sanctions imposed for Moscow's role in the Ukraine crisis, saying they were "peanuts" compared to what their country had to face during Soviet times. In a show of unity a day after an ally of President Vladimir Putin warned that Russia's anti-Western rhetoric could derail the economy, ministers said growth had not been dampened by the sanctions which include measures against some major companies. "The sanctions in their current format don't have a macroeconomic effect," Andrei Belousov, the Kremlin's top economic adviser, told journalists. "My assessment is that we're in the vicinity of 1 percent (gross domestic product growth) and will stay there until the end of the year." Trade Minister Denis Manturov said the measures by the West could not drive Russia into the isolation of Soviet times.
   

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