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Alarm, Ridicule for Declaration of Islamic State

Alarm, Ridicule for Declaration of Islamic State Sunni militants' declaration of new Islamic state met with alarm, ridicule in Syria and Iraq...

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Nishikori Advances to 4th Round at Wimbledon

Nishikori Advances to 4th Round at Wimbledon Kei Nishikori completes 5-set win over Simone Bolelli to reach 4th round at Wimbledon...

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Bulgarian Banks Get Aid After 'Plot' Causes Runs

Bulgarian Banks Get Aid After 'Plot' Causes Runs Bulgarian banks stabilized with aid; 5 arrested over plot to bring system down with rumors...

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Pakistan Begins Ground Offensive Against Militants

Pakistan Begins Ground Offensive Against Militants Pakistan launches ground offensive against Taliban near Afghan border...

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Syria Activists: Heavy Rebel Infighting Near Iraq

Syria Activists: Heavy Rebel Infighting Near Iraq Activists say heavy infighting between rebels in eastern Syria over border crossing with Iraq...

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Keys out of Wimbledon With Left Thigh Injury

Keys out of Wimbledon With Left Thigh Injury Madison Keys out of Wimbledon with left thigh injury, Shvedova advances...

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Grand Central Entrance Named After Ex-First Lady

Grand Central Entrance Named After Ex-First Lady Grand Central entrance named after Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis who led fight to save terminal...

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France Retreats on Teaching Boy-Girl Equality

France Retreats on Teaching Boy-Girl Equality French government retreats on teaching boy-girl equality in schools after parent protests...

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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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China to Re-Open Embassy in Somalia Closed in '91

China to Re-Open Embassy in Somalia Closed in '91 China will re-open its embassy in Somalia for the first time since leaving due to war in 1991...

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Andy Coulson to Face New Trial on Hacking Charges

Andy Coulson to Face New Trial on Hacking Charges Ex-editor Andy Coulson and ex-reporter Clive Goodman to face new trial on hacking charges...

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Strike Cripples Rail Service in Belgium

Strike Cripples Rail Service in Belgium Strike cripples Belgian rail network, stops high-speed Thalys trains, affects Eurostar service...

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Displaced Iraqis Fight Over Food for Ramadan

Displaced Iraqis Fight Over Food for Ramadan Displaced Iraqis fight over food as they end first day of Ramadan fast...

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China Charges 4 in Train Station Knife Attack

China Charges 4 in Train Station Knife Attack China announces terror, murder charges against 4 in deadly train station knife attack...

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Eurozone Inflation Stuck at Low 0.5 Percent

Eurozone Inflation Stuck at Low 0.5 Percent Eurozone inflation rate remained flat at low 0.5 percent in June...

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Thailand Revokes Passports of 2 Anti-Coup Leaders

Thailand Revokes Passports of 2 Anti-Coup Leaders Thailand revokes passports of 2 anti-coup leaders overseas, 4 others who defied junta's order...

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Explosion in Busy Part of Somali Capital Kills 2

Explosion in Busy Part of Somali Capital Kills 2 Police: Land mine explosion in Somali capital kills 2 in latest attack by suspected militants...

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Blast Wounds 3 Near Egypt's Presidential Palace

Blast Wounds 3 Near Egypt's Presidential Palace Homemade bomb goes off near Egypt's presidential palace in Cairo, 3 wounded...

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Pistorius Not Mentally Ill at Time of Shooting, Experts Find

Pistorius Not Mentally Ill at Time of Shooting, Experts Find Oscar Pistorius was not suffering from a mental condition on Valentine’s Day 2013 when he shot and killed girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, according to a report submitted in South African court today....

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Oil Price Weakens Ahead of China Data

Oil Price Weakens Ahead of China Data Crude oil prices fall ahead of data gauging China's factory activity...

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