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12 July 2018

Bing’s Propaganda

Trending on Bing

Harrowing audition

Tackled thief, fired

Puerto Rico shirt rant

Cops admit ‘error’

Apologizes for comment

5,300-year-old meal

An Emmy first

‘A very nice note’

Netflix supplants HBO

Ghost particles origin

Quarry scrutinized

US: Youngest reunited

Fire destroys store

Mugshot revealed

Train derails in Ariz.

Bill to abolish ICE

Senior aide leaving WH

Strzok testifies

Fake accounts purged

Won 15th WSOP bracelet

DOJ appeals merger

Posthumous Emmy noms

Syrian flag over Daraa

China: Blast kills 19

Admits ethical lapses

12 hurt in Cairo blast

Faces assault charges

Traded to Nuggets

Bus crash in Colorado

Emmanuel Macron can’t complain about the historical figures to whom he’s been compared since his election to the Elysee Palace. From Louis XIV to Charles de Gaulle, they show how …

Vladimir Putin has everything to gain from his first summit on Monday with Donald Trump. The U.S. president’s critics as well as American allies are …

SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Police in Indian-held Kashmir say three insurgents riding a car have fired at a patrol of Indian paramilitary soldiers, killing …

Google’s Propaganda

World

Trump detonates Brexit bomb in Britain visit

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Thai officers supervising the rescue mission at the Tham Luang Cave.

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Appeals court denies immediate release for Manafort

Politico

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Pakistani women face impossible electoral choice

Opinion

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A public telephone booth in Asmara, Eritrea. Ethiopians and Eritreans are calling each other this week as phone lines that had been dormant for decades came to life.

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South Sudan parliament has voted to keep President Salva Kiir in power for three more years [File: Reuters]

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

NATO Invites Republic of Macedonia to Join

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Trump Nato: Leaders tackle Afghanistan conflict

BBC News

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A destroyed house lays flooded in Catano town, in Juana Matos, Puerto Rico, on Sept. 21, 2017, after being pummeled by Hurricane Maria.

Erdogan Risks a $163 Billion Bout of Market Nausea

Bloomberg

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Theresa May, U.K. prime minister, second right, speaks with U.S. President Donald Trump, second left, while U.S. First Lady Melania Trump, right, and Philip May, husband of May, stand during a live military performance by the bands of the Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards ahead of a dinner at Blenheim Palace, in Oxfordshire, U.K., on Thursday, July 12, 2018. Trump and the first lady will meet British business leaders at the black-tie dinner attended by more than 100 guests.

Brexit: What does the government White Paper reveal?

BBC News

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Demonstrators gathered last month outside a detention facility near El Paso, Texas, to protest the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.

The Note: Trump’s impact on the world order

ABC News

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Donald Trump make a statement to the press after a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Brussels on Wednesday.

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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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