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European Central Bank Leaves Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged at Record-Low 0.15 Percent

European Central Bank Leaves Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged at Record-Low 0.15 Percent European Central Bank leaves benchmark interest rate unchanged at record-low 0.15 percent...

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Extremist Group Takes More Towns in Syria

Extremist Group Takes More Towns in Syria Extremist group takes over more towns, villages in eastern Syria...

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China Leader Snubs North Korea in Visit to Seoul

China Leader Snubs North Korea in Visit to Seoul China leader's friendly visit to Seoul snubs North Korea as leaders oppose more nuclear tests...

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German Parliament OKs National Minimum Wage

German Parliament OKs National Minimum Wage German Parliament approves country's 1st national minimum wage, to take effect next year...

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Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Children's Stabbing

Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Children's Stabbing Man accused in fatal stabbing of boy, 6, injuring girl, 7, in NYC elevator pleads not guilty...

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US Hiring Likely Strong for a 5th Straight Month

US Hiring Likely Strong for a 5th Straight Month Economy likely added 215k jobs in June; close to best consistent hiring since 1990s tech boom...

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European Court: Russia Violated Georgians' Rights

European Court: Russia Violated Georgians' Rights European court says Russia violated rights of Georgians with arrests and expulsions in 2006...

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Samsung to Build $1B Display Factory in Vietnam

Samsung to Build $1B Display Factory in Vietnam Samsung gets approval to build $1 billion display factory in Vietnam...

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Report: Turkish Truck Drivers Released in Iraq

Report: Turkish Truck Drivers Released in Iraq Report: Islamic militants release about 30 captured truck Turkish drivers in Iraq...

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Corporations Are People? It's a Real Legal Concept

Corporations Are People? It's a Real Legal Concept Corporations are people? It's a real legal concept, and Supreme Court just gave it more oomph...

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Dutch Court: Black Pete Is Negative Stereotype

Dutch Court: Black Pete Is Negative Stereotype Dutch court: "Black Pete" holiday figure is offensive, Amsterdam must rethink its celebration...

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ECB Set to Maintain Policy Despite Waning Economy

ECB Set to Maintain Policy Despite Waning Economy Despite signs eurozone economy losing momentum, European Central Bank to keep policy on hold...

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10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today 10 Things to Know for Today...

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Boston Pops' Annual July Fourth Show a Day Early

Boston Pops' Annual July Fourth Show a Day Early Boston Pops concert, fireworks moved to July 3 due to rain forecast ahead of Arthur...

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Gunmen Kill Somali Lawmaker and His Bodyguard

Gunmen Kill Somali Lawmaker and His Bodyguard Gunmen kill Somali lawmaker and his bodyguard in drive-by shooting in Mogadishu...

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Officials: Israel Moving Troops Toward Gaza Border

Officials: Israel Moving Troops Toward Gaza Border Officials: Israel moving troop reinforcements to Gaza border amid intensifying rocket attacks...

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Arthur Targets Carolinas After Reaching Hurricane Strength

Arthur Targets Carolinas After Reaching Hurricane Strength Arthur is officially a hurricane, the first named storm of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, with some coastal residents forced to evacuate and the first rain bands reaching South Carolina....

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UN Warns of Serious Threat in Syria Refugee Crisis

UN Warns of Serious Threat in Syria Refugee Crisis UN refugee chief warns Syrian refugee crisis could pose 'serious' security threat to Lebanon...

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Aid Groups Raise Fresh South Sudan Famine Warning

Aid Groups Raise Fresh South Sudan Famine Warning British aid groups raise new famine warning for violence-hit South Sudan...

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Tribe in Syria Border Town Allies With Jihadis

Tribe in Syria Border Town Allies With Jihadis Syrian activists say powerful tribe in town near Iraq pledge allegiance to jihadi group...

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