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11 July 2018

Bing’s Propaganda

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Judge halts execution

Sue over vacated title

Japan rains disaster

Says Cohen ‘duped’ her

Fight in airport

Crossed illegally?

Woman arrested

Image used on asbestos

Neo-Nazi murders

Self-made women list

US citizens separated

Nurse investigated

Harassed for PR shirt

‘Handmaid’s Tale’ wine

‘Ugliest’ dog dies

Ex-engineer charged

Judge drops loaded gun

Trudeau defies Trump

Movie in production

Threatens Page

1,500 stores in China

Govt. slow to protect?

Phoenix to play Joker

Giant straw squirrel

Posthumous box set

Splits into 3 units

Alaska plane crash

Loses $9.5B ruling

1st black female mayor

Screeners win immunity

Restaurant investment

Britain fines Facebook

Federer out in shocker

To purge fake accounts

Fund now owns AC Milan

Also did yard work

E. coli from ziplining

‘Robocop’ reboot

XXXTentacion suspect

Top oil producer

Croatia on to WC final

Fox ups bid for Sky

Mysterious sarcophagus

Video of rescued boys

Book coming in 2020

200 more layoffs

PR energy CEO quits

Weinstein Co. sale

Former UCLA player

China vows retaliation

Google’s Propaganda


Senator Pat Roberts, Republican of Kansas, last month in Washington. “It is what it is,” he said of President Trump’s comments to the United States’ NATO allies on Wednesday in Brussels.

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This is the first time that Al-Maysari brought up the issue with a senior Emirati official [Yahya Arhab/EPA]

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Pedestrians pass through a main square past a monument to Alexander the Great in central Skopje, Macedonia. Photographer: Oliver Bunic

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A tourist photographs a sign painted on a wall in the occupied West Bank, calling to boycott Israeli products coming from illegal Jewish settlements [File: Thomas Coex/AFP]

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A charter plane lays in a field in Pretoria, South Africa, Tuesday July 10, 2018.

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A Chance for Trump to End America’s Endless War


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Hikmet Karcic presents his exhibit "Genocide in Srebrenica: Eleven Lessons for the Future" in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [Courtesy of Mirnes Kovac]

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Regis Duvignau / Reuters

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US Navy dedicates ship to McCain | TheHill

The Hill

The Iranian flag flies in front of a U.N. building at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Friday, July 4, 2014.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, left, and Foreign Minister Osman Saleh Mohammed of Eritrea worked to restore relations between the countries.

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Liu Xia, the widow of the Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, arriving at the Helsinki International Airport in Vantaa, Finland, on Tuesday.

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Cambodian workers organize ballot papers at a printing house in Phnom Penh, the capital, on June 15, 2018.

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Adnan Oktar, also known as Harun Yahya, was arrested from his home in Istanbul [File: Reuters]

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Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations Neil Basu said police spoke on Wednesday with Charlie Rowley, who recently awoke from a 10-day coma caused by exposure to Novichok.
About 10.6 million people among the country's 25 million population need humanitarian aid [KCNA/Reuters]

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Obama tops best US presidents list

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Cuba Source: Justin Weiler/Justin Weiler - justin@campfire-

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Man dies after colliding with wife on zipline on honeymoon in HondurasMan dies after colliding with wife on zipline on honeymoon in Honduras | The Independentindependent_brand_ident_LOGOUntitled

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Damaging winds and flooding rains graze northern Taiwan en route to Fujian Province [AFP]

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Devastating Flooding Kills 179 People in Japan

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NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium

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North Atlantic right whales, off Grand Manan Island in Canada.

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World Cup, NATO, Trade War: Your Thursday Briefing

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Melania Trump mingles with NATO spouses

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What’s Next For The Rescued Thai Soccer Team?


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  • Patriots' Josh Gordon inactive against Lions, delaying debut September 23, 2018
    DETROIT (AP) - New England wide receiver Josh Gordon is inactive against the Detroit Lions on Sunday night, delaying his debut with the Patriots. Gordon was listed as questionable with a hamstring injury. He was limited in practice after being acquired from the Cleveland Browns. New England safety Patrick Chung ...
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  • Company wants to increase size of Butte mine waste ponds September 23, 2018
    HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana environmental regulators are seeking public comment on a company's proposal to expand a storage facility for mining waste above the city of Butte. Montana Resources wants to raise the height of its Yankee Doodle tailings pond - a repository for waste rock from the company's ...
  • Teenager killed in Nicaragua as protest tensions flare again September 23, 2018
    MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) - Armed men wearing hoods clashed with anti-government protesters in Nicaragua's capital Sunday, and police said a teenager was killed and five people were injured. Images on Nicaraguan television showed men carrying guns and the red and black flag of the government of President Daniel Ortega. A ...
  • Train derails in NW Iowa, dumping sand, railcars into river September 23, 2018
    ALTON, Iowa (AP) - No injuries have been reported after a train derailed in northwest Iowa and 20 cars carrying soybean oil and sand fell into the flooded Floyd River. The Des Moines Register reports the bridge beneath the Union Pacific train collapsed as part of the derailment Sunday morning. ...
  • Insurance camps to be set up in flood-battered NC September 23, 2018
    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Insurance camps will be held this week in two flood-battered communities in North Carolina to help storm victims recover from Hurricane Florence. State Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey said representatives from approximately 20 insurance companies and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will set up Tuesday in a ...
  • Analysis: Louisiana surplus stirs disputes instead of cheers September 23, 2018
    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - In the sharply splintered politics of Louisiana, where the Democratic governor and conservative House Republicans seem in a near-perpetual clash over finances, even a surplus can trigger criticism and spark disagreements. If Louisiana had a budget surplus in the past, that news was cheered as ...
  • UNR wins $5 million USDA grant to study changing snowpack September 23, 2018
    RENO, Nev. (AP) - The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded the University of Nevada, Reno a $5 million grant to lead a study on changing snowpack. UNR scientists will conduct the five-year study with researchers at the Desert Research Institute, Northern Arizona University and Arizona State University. The study ...
  • Analysis: Public retirement plan pressure won't end soon September 23, 2018
    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi's public pension system got a particularly unwelcoming reception last week when its leaders told legislators to budget for higher pension contributions. But what lawmakers may not have heard at their budget hearing, unless they were listening carefully, is things are likely to get worse. That's ...
  • Connecticut receiving $20 million to combat opioid epidemic September 23, 2018
    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut is receiving more than $20 million from the federal government to boost its efforts to fight the opioid epidemic. Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said there will be two $11 million grants distributed across two years from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services ...
  • Congress considering nearly $1.7B Florence relief package September 23, 2018
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress is starting to consider almost $1.7 billion in new money to aid recovery efforts from Florence. Lawmakers already are facing a deadline this week to fund the government before the start of the new budget year Oct. 1, and members of Congress will try to act ...
  • Pompeo: No end to NKorea sanctions until 'denuclearization' September 23, 2018
    NEW YORK (AP) - Top U.S. diplomat Mike Pompeo said Sunday that economic sanctions on North Korea won't be reduced until it completes "denuclearization" after leader Kim Jong Un offered to close the North's main nuclear site in exchange for U.S. concessions. Kim said last week at a summit with ...
  • Free online training addresses suicide risk screening September 23, 2018
    AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Suicide is on the rise in Maine and the state is offering free online training for doctors and counselors. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention says a new training portal provides training in suicide risk screening, intervention, treatment and support. Suicide is the second ...
  • Another delay for New Orleans airport's new $1B terminal September 23, 2018
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  • State utility director asks CMP about customer complaints September 23, 2018
    AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - A Maine Public Utilities Commission director has raised concerns over Central Maine Power's pace of resolving customer complaints. WGME-TV reports that the commission's Consumer Assistance and Safety Division Director Derek Davidson addressed such concerns in a Friday afternoon letter to the company. The letter says CMP ...
  • OPEC, allies agree not to further increase oil production September 23, 2018
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  • Average US price of gas drops a penny per gallon to $2.90 September 23, 2018
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has dropped a penny per gallon over the past two weeks, to $2.90. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey says that's 28 cents higher than at this time last year. Lundberg said Sunday it's likely that gas ...
  • Yoga could reduce Mississippi inmates' stress, couple says September 23, 2018
    GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi couple with business connections to The Trump Organization says yoga could relieve stress in prisons. Dinesh and Parveen Chawla propose teaching yoga, meditation and breathing techniques to Mississippi inmates. They say the classes could help inmates control anger, and that could help keep people ...
  • New Hampshire gets $250,000 to boost exports September 23, 2018
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A program that helps businesses increase exports and better reach foreign markets is getting a funding boost. The Small Business Administration has awarded $250,000 to the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development through the State Trade Expansion Program, or STEP. U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, ...
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