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Two weeks after a missile brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, an international team of investigators Thursday reached a wreckage site in eastern Ukraine that remains bitterly contested between government forces and pro-Russia separatist rebels.
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Top UN aid official urges daily 'pauses' in Gaza

Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press  |  posted 17 minutes ago
The U.N. humanitarian chief called Thursday for daily "humanitarian pauses" until a long-term cease-fire is reached between Israel and Hamas in order to deliver relief to hundreds of thousands in need in Gaza, rescue the injured, and give civilians a reprieve from the war.
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Norway calls off terror alert, says threat gone

The Associated Press  |  posted 38 minutes ago
Norway's intelligence service says the Scandinavian country no longer faces an imminent terror threat from people with links to Islamic fighters in Syria.
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W. Africa Ebola outbreak tops 700 deaths

Clarence Roy-MacAulay, Krista Larson, Associated Press  |  posted 48 minutes ago
Security forces went house-to-house looking for Ebola patients and others exposed to the disease Thursday in Sierra Leone's capital as the death toll from the worst recorded outbreak in history surpassed 700 in West Africa.
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Palestinians mull war crime charges against Israel

Karin Laub, John Heilprin, Associated Press  |  posted 48 minutes ago
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is seeking written pledges of support from all political factions, including rival Hamas, before making any attempt to press for possible war crimes charges against Israel, senior officials said Thursday.
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Greece to help 'hundreds' of Chinese leave Libya

Derek Gatopoulos, Associated Press  |  posted 58 minutes ago
With the violence in Libya escalating to its worst level since the 2011 ouster of dictator Moammar Gadhafi, governments from around the world are scrambling to evacuate their citizens from the country, many seeking help from nearby Greece.
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Snowden's asylum status in Russia ending

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 11:51am
Edward Snowden's temporary asylum status in Russia will expire at midnight Thursday, but the former U.S. National Security Agency systems administrator appears set to stay on until authorities decide on his application for an extension.
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Israel vows to destroy Hamas tunnels

Ian Deitch, Ibrahim Barzak, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 11:51am
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Israel will destroy Hamas' tunnel network in the Gaza Strip designed for deadly attacks inside Israel, "with or without a cease-fire," as the military called up another 16,000 reservists to pursue its campaign against Palestinian militants in the densely-populated territory.
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French experts in Burkina Faso to ID victims

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 11:31am
A presidential aide says two French experts are in Burkina Faso to collect DNA samples from the relatives who lost family members in the Air Algerie plane crash.
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Afghan electoral officials to restart vote audit

Amir Shah, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 11:21am
Despite lingering disputes, Afghan electoral officials said Thursday that they will resume an audit of the presidential election this weekend after the presidential candidates sparred over how to disqualify ballots amid allegations of massive fraud.
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Libya Islamic militias declare control of Benghazi

Omar Almosmari, Maggie Michael, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 11:21am
Islamic hard-line militias claimed to have taken control of Libya's second largest city, Benghazi, after defeating army units, taking over military barracks and seizing tanks, rockets and hundreds of boxes of ammunition, as fighting in the capital prompted a wave of evacuations Thursday by foreign nationals, diplomats and Libyans.
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Paris riot police deployed for pro-Israel rally

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 11:01am
Hundreds of riot police in Paris have been deployed near the Israeli Embassy for the first major pro-Israel rally since the start of the latest Gaza war.
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Toronto mayor Ford orders 5 espressos in video

Rob Gillies, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 10:51am
Famed DJ deadmau5 asked Rob Ford to go for a coffee run in his Ferrari and was jolted by the Toronto mayor's order: five espressos in one cup.
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Mudslide swallows Indian village; at least 41 dead

Manish Mehta, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 10:40am
Rescuers using earth-moving equipment and their bare hands dug through heavy mud and debris Thursday after a landslide engulfed an entire village in western India, killing at least 41 people and leaving about 100 missing and feared dead.
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China says pro-government imam murdered in NW

Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 10:40am
China said Thursday that a leading pro-government Muslim cleric in the volatile northwestern territory of Xinjiang was murdered, and police killed two suspects and captured another.
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Thai junta appoints army-dominated legislature

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 10:40am
Thailand's junta on Thursday appointed a military-dominated interim legislature in another step in the slow return of promised electoral democracy.
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Female suicide bomber kills at least 6 in Nigeria

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 10:23am
A police official says a female teenager has carried out a suicide attack in Nigeria's northern city of Kano.
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Poles protest Russian ban on their food with humor

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 10:22am
Poles are posting photos of themselves with apples online along with mocking comments to protest a Russian ban on Polish food.
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Ex-Senegal leader's son starts corruption trial

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 9:41am
The son of Senegal's president is going on trial after more than a year in jail, accused of illegally amassing some $248 million.
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Floods submerge parts of Balkans, 2 have died

Alison Mutler, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 9:40am
A second person has drowned after rivers burst their banks in Romania, authorities said Thursday, and the flooding also caused damage across the Balkans, inundating a power plant in Serbia and causing landslides in Montenegro.
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2 Azerbaijan rights activists charged with treason

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 9:30am
Two prominent human rights activists in Azerbaijan have been charged with spying for Armenia, with one of them jailed for three months pending trial.
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Kerry: 'No promise' of cease-fire

Lara Jakes, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 9:30am
Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday there is "no promise" of a negotiated cease-fire between Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip, but he said the U.S. remains hopeful.
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The World Health Organization says Ebola now blamed for 729 deaths across West Africa

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 8:20am
The World Health Organization says Ebola now blamed for 729 deaths across West Africa.
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Lebanese Hezbollah commander killed in Iraq

Bassem Mroue, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 31st - 7:50am
A commander with the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah was recently killed while on a "jihadi mission" in Iraq, officials in Lebanon said Thursday.
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