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THE HAGUE nike cortez flyknit pas cher , Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- Philips will split into two separate independent companies, one for lighting solutions and one combining healthcare and consumer lifestyles nike roshe cortez nm sp pas cher noir , the Dutch electronics giant announced on Tuesday.

Both companies will, according to Philips nike roshe cortez nm sp pas cher , remain market leaders and continue to carry the name Philips. The healthcare company had a combined turnover of around 15 billion euros (19.3 billion U.S. dollars) in 2013, while the lighting company had a turnover of 7 billion euros. Philips did not mention a time schedule for the split.

The healthcare company will consist of a merger between the health and consumer division. A Philips statement said the goal is to "capitalize on the convergence of professional health care and consumer end-markets across the health continuum nike cortez sp pas cher homme , from healthy living and prevention to diagnosis, treatment nike cortez sp pas cher , recovery and home care."

The lighting division will focus primarily on innovative lighting solutions and projects as relieving entire neighborhoods and buildings.

"I do appreciate the magnitude of the decision we are taking, but the time is right to take the next strategic step for Philips nike cortez ultra moire pas cher blanche , as we continue on our transformation," said Frans van Houten nike cortez ultra moire pas cher homme , CEO of Philips, in a press release.

"Both companies will be able to make the appropriate investments to boost growth and drive profitability nike cortez ultra moire pas cher , ultimately generating significantly more value for our customers, employees and shareholders ," he added.

Philips suffered from difficult market conditions and moderate growth with the company posting 2013 sales of 23.3 billion euros. The firm employs approximately 113,000 employees in more than 100 countries.


WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. city of Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday lifted a curfew imposed since Thursday though protests continued for the sixth day against a fatal police shooting.

In a tweet posted online Sunday evening, Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Trevor Fuller announced the order, effective immediately, to lift the curfew, which was imposed Thursday after two nights of violent riots ignited by the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, a 43-year-old African American, by police on Tuesday.

Tension was still high in the city Sunday, as more than 100 protesters gathered outside the Bank of America Stadium where the Carolina Panthers played against the Minnesota Vikings in a football game, local media reported.

Security was also very tight outside the stadium as a number of riot police were deployed to guard against possible violence.

Roberts continued to urge the community to come together and show their unity in a peaceful and legal manner.

Scott was shot and killed by a police officer Tuesday afternoon after ignoring police orders to drop a gun. But his family said he was only holding a book instead of a gun.

The shooting immediately ignited protests late Tuesday by African Americans against racial discrimination and injustice by police against black people.

The protests quickly turned violent as rioters clashed with police, damaged properties, and even assaulted innocent people and journalists.

The riots continued on Wednesday night, when a state of emergency was declared in the city by North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, who ordered National Guard troops and Highway Patrol officers to assist local police in restoring order in the city.

More than a dozen police officers were wounded and 44 rioters have been arrested in the past days.

Violence has died down since Thursday night, though protests by African Americans continued as they demanded justice and transparency by police, including releasing police videos of the fatal shooting.

Under public pressure, the Charlotte police on Saturday released two police videos of the shooting, in which Scott was not shown pointing a gun or obviously threatening the officers.

Scott's family members said the videos left them with more questions than answers about the shooting as nothing in the videos justifies the shooting.

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KIGALI, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- Rwanda is set to investigate French officials it alleges to have orchestrated the 1994 genocide that killed close to 1 million people in the African country.

Addressing a news conference on Thursday, Rwandan foreign minister Louise Mushikiwabo said the judicial process against the accused French officials will start with a thorough investigation.

""We will use means at our disposal to conduct our own judicial process against those in France that have cases to answer. We will request France to give us access to specific individuals,"" she told reporters.

She stressed that France had political and military advisors to both the government and militia who perpetrated the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.

Last month, the National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide (CNLG) released a list of 22 senior French military soldiers it accused of deliberately aiding the genocide planning.

Mushikiwabo said the names of French politicians who played a role in the genocide would also be published, as ""Rwanda is not going to be subjective to judicial bullying by France.""

She stated that for every effort Rwanda has made to mend relations with France, the European country has taken a step back.

France-Rwanda relations continued to worsen following France's announcement of plans to reopen investigations into the shooting down of a plane carrying ex-genocidal president Juvenal Habyarimana, an event widely seen as sparking the genocide.

Last month, Rwanda President Paul Kagame warned that revisiting the case of plane crash of Habyarimana would lead to diplomatic standoff between Rwanda and France.

Between 2006 and 2009, relations between the two countries completely broke off after a French .
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