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Expat Turks Begin Voting in Presidential Elections

Expat Turks Begin Voting in Presidential Elections Expatriate Turks begin casting votes to elect Turkish president...

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Alcatel Loss Narrows in 2Q but Revenue Stagnates

Alcatel Loss Narrows in 2Q but Revenue Stagnates Telecoms company Alcatel-Lucent sees loss narrow in 2nd quarter on lower charges...

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World Cup Adds Froth to German Beer Sales

World Cup Adds Froth to German Beer Sales German beer sales higher in year's 1st half, given extra froth by soccer World Cup...

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Spain Rail Strike Hits Busy Vacation Period Start

Spain Rail Strike Hits Busy Vacation Period Start Spain rail workers stage two-day strike as busiest summer holiday period begins...

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Tennessee Teen, Once Bitten, Now Scared of Spiders

Tennessee Teen, Once Bitten, Now Scared of Spiders Most bites from brown recluse spiders go unnoticed, experts say. But not the one that turned Jessica Blessing’s leg blue....

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Alcatel Loss Narrows in 2Q

Alcatel Loss Narrows in 2Q Alcatel-Lucent loss narrows on lower charges in 2nd quarter...

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Adidas Issues Profit Warning on Russia, Golf Risks

Adidas Issues Profit Warning on Russia, Golf Risks Adidas lowers 2014 profit target, citing risks in Russian market and weakness in golf sector...

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Saint's Remains Return to Hawaii Permanently

Saint's Remains Return to Hawaii Permanently Exhumed remains of saint who cared for exiled leprosy patients return permanently to Hawaii...

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Landslide Buries Indian Village; at Least 30 Dead

Landslide Buries Indian Village; at Least 30 Dead Rescuers in remote Indian village dig through mud after massive landslide kills at least 30...

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Los Angeles Pipe Rupture: A Look at the Numbers

Los Angeles Pipe Rupture: A Look at the Numbers A look at the numbers behind the LA pipe rupture that inundated UCLA, closed Sunset Boulevard...

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AP Exclusive: Study Finds Panthers Kill Livestock

AP Exclusive: Study Finds Panthers Kill Livestock AP Exclusive: As Florida panther rebounds, study shows ranchers lose calves to the predators...

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Sorting out the Claims After Pipe Break: Who Pays?

Sorting out the Claims After Pipe Break: Who Pays? Hundreds of damage claims possible after pipe break dumps 20 million gallons of water...

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Fast Food Ambitions in China Hurt by Safety Scares

Fast Food Ambitions in China Hurt by Safety Scares Global fast food giants' ambitions to grow in China hampered by food safety pitfalls...

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Siemens Earnings up 27 Pct in April-June Quarter

Siemens Earnings up 27 Pct in April-June Quarter Siemens profit 27 percent higher in April-June quarter, but strong euro hurts revenue, orders...

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Panel Wants TEPCO Execs Charged Over Nuke Crisis

Panel Wants TEPCO Execs Charged Over Nuke Crisis Judicial panel says utility's former execs deserve criminal charges in Fukushima nuke crisis...

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UN Official: Vietnam Violates Religious Freedom

UN Official: Vietnam Violates Religious Freedom UN official says Vietnam seriously violates religious freedom, notes some improvements...

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Revered Tibetan Buddhist Monk Cremated in Nepal

Revered Tibetan Buddhist Monk Cremated in Nepal Revered Tibetan Buddhist monk cremated in Nepal; no reports of Tibetan protest...

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AB InBev Earnings Rise, Sees US Improving

AB InBev Earnings Rise, Sees US Improving Budweiser brewer AB Inbev says sales grew in the second quarter, sees improving US...

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Text of Lois Lerner's Email Exchange

Text of Lois Lerner's Email Exchange Text of Lois Lerner's email exchange...

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Facebook's Internet.org Expands in Zambia

Facebook's Internet.org Expands in Zambia Facebook's Internet.org expands in Zambia with app offering basic Internet services...

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