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French Minister Decries Planned Tourist Tax Hike

French Minister Decries Planned Tourist Tax Hike French minister, tour pros denounce planned increase in hotel tourist taxes as dangerous...

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US Vs Belgium for Place in World Cup Quarterfinals

US Vs Belgium for Place in World Cup Quarterfinals Momentum builds as US plays Belgium for a place in the World Cup quarterfinals...

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Activists: 7,000 Killed in Syrian Rebel Infighting

Activists: 7,000 Killed in Syrian Rebel Infighting Activists say up to 7,000 killed in clashes between rival Islamic groups in Syria...

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Syria Threat Could Prompt Changes at Airports

Syria Threat Could Prompt Changes at Airports The Obama administration may ask overseas partners to enhance security measures at airports and is weighing whether to do the same here at home to address deepening concerns that terrorists in war-ravaged Syria are trying to develop a new generation of bombs that could be smuggled onto commercial planes, ABC News has learned....

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Pistorius Trial to Resume After Psychiatric Tests

Pistorius Trial to Resume After Psychiatric Tests Murder trial of Oscar Pistorius to resume after 30-day observation at psychiatric hospital...

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Cameroon, Ghana to Investigate World Cup Failures

Cameroon, Ghana to Investigate World Cup Failures Presidents of Cameroon, Ghana order official investigations of World Cup failures...

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Israeli Field May Supply Gas to Egypt Facility

Israeli Field May Supply Gas to Egypt Facility Israeli developer looking to sell natural gas to facility in Egypt...

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Egypt Moves to Restrict Ramadan Sermons

Egypt Moves to Restrict Ramadan Sermons Egypt moves to restrict Ramadan sermons, further curbing political speech...

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Faith Offers Valuable Connection for Southern Dems

Faith Offers Valuable Connection for Southern Dems In GOP-leaning states, religion offers valuable connection with voters for Southern Democrats...

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500 Migrants Fail to Breach Spain's Melilla Border

500 Migrants Fail to Breach Spain's Melilla Border 500 migrants make unsuccessful bid to breach Spain's border at African enclave of Melilla...

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Despite the Grousing, Voters Rarely Fire Lawmakers

Despite the Grousing, Voters Rarely Fire Lawmakers Take my congressman, please: Americans say they want lawmakers ousted but re-elect 9 out of 10...

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Gay Pride Parades Set to Step Off

Gay Pride Parades Set to Step Off Gay Pride parades set to step off with celebrations planned around the world...

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Cameroon, Ghana to Investigate World Cup Failures

Cameroon, Ghana to Investigate World Cup Failures Presidents of Cameroon, Ghana order official investigations of World Cup failures...

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Mountain Lion Scares Shoppers in Utah

Mountain Lion Scares Shoppers in Utah Mountain lion caught after roaming through Utah shopping center...

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2 Men Trying for Eagle Photo Rescued From Mudflats

2 Men Trying for Eagle Photo Rescued From Mudflats 2 men have to be pulled from Alaska mudflats; got stuck attempting to photograph eagle...

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Slimmed-Down Oregon Police Horse Collars Suspect

Slimmed-Down Oregon Police Horse Collars Suspect Slimmed-down Portland police horse Murphy makes first collar, gallops down burglary suspect...

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Isinbayeva Gives Birth, as She Promised at Worlds

Isinbayeva Gives Birth, as She Promised at Worlds Pole vaulter Isinbayeva gives birth to baby girl, just as she predicted at world championships...

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Studies Question UN Strategies to Save Mothers

Studies Question UN Strategies to Save Mothers UN and partners ask for more money to save mothers despite little proof the strategies work...

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Iran Resumes Auto Exports to Russia

Iran Resumes Auto Exports to Russia Iran resumes auto exports to Russia after meeting higher emission standards...

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Big Turnout in HK Democracy Vote as Beijing Fumes

Big Turnout in HK Democracy Vote as Beijing Fumes Hong Kong democracy vote that left Beijing fuming winds down with big turnout...

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