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11 July 2018

Bing’s Propaganda

Trending on Bing

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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