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  • Hamas denies holding Israeli soldier
    The military wing of the Islamist group insists it is not holding a missing Israel soldier and says he could have died in an Israeli air strike.
  • UK suspends Tripoli embassy services
    The Foreign Office says operations at the British embassy in Tripoli are to be temporarily suspended as violence worsens in Libya.
  • Australian pair abandon Down's baby
    An online campaign for a baby with Down's Syndrome left with his surrogate Thai mother by an Australian couple raises more than £70,000.
  • Cameron urges Russia-Nato rethink
    Nato needs to rethink its long-term relationship with Russia following its "illegal" actions in Ukraine, Prime Minister David Cameron warns.
  • BMJ 'right' in statins claims row
    An investigation backs the British Medical Journal's handling of two controversial and inaccurate articles it ran on the harms of cholesterol-reducing statins.

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal

  • Two Ebola Patients Bound for U.S.
    Two Americans infected with Ebola in Liberia will become the first known victims of the deadly disease to be treated in the U.S. when they arrive at a hospital in the coming days.image
  • Airlines Told to Fly Higher Over Iraq
    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to fly at higher altitudes over Iraq amid growing concerns about carriers operating around conflict zones.
  • Gaza Truce in Tatters, Obama Blames Hamas
    A cease-fire meant to last three days collapsed amid heavy fighting, with an Israeli soldier going missing and possibly taken captive.image
  • Factory Blast Kills at Least 65 in China
    At least 65 people were killed and more than 100 injured in a major blast at a company in eastern China that supplies the country's massive automobile industry, state media reported.image
  • Americans Held in North Korea Ask for U.S. Help
    Two American tourists charged with "antistate" crimes in North Korea said they expect to be tried soon and pleaded for help from the U.S. government.image

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The EconomistThe Economist

  • Commemorating the first world war: In foreign fields
    WHEN Britain declared war on Germany on August 4th 1914, it was committing not only its own men, but those of its empire. The five “dominions”—Australia, Canada, Newfoundland (which join...
  • How the first world war reshaped Europe: Redrawing the map
    On July 28th 1914 Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, starting a slaughter that would leave millions dead. War redrew borders and reshaped economies, too. Europe’s debt-financed splu...
  • Patients’ reviews: DocAdvisor
    WHEN a patient in Illinois did not like the result of her breast-augmentation surgery, she reacted like many dissatisfied customers: by writing negative comments about her doctor on webs...
  • Correction
    Correction In our story in last week’s issue on the illegal wildlife trade (“ Bitter pills ”), we said that whole bear’s gall bladder sold for more than six times as much as cocaine. It ...
  • Female genital mutilation and child marriage: Progress, but too slow
    FIRST the good news: according to a report published on July 22nd by UNICEF, the share of the world’s girls who are subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM) is around a third lower t...

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  • The Sun website is now part of Sun+
    Love The Sun? There's going to be even more to love this summer. We've launched Sun+, our brand new digital entertainment bundle. It's The Sun and then some. Sun+ Digital: You will enjoy...

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  • Hummels for United as Van Gaal leaves his mark
    Authoritarian, father figure, sergeant...the difference between the new manager of Manchester United when compared with his predecessor David Moyes according to British sources, which cla...
  • Libya descends into chaos
    Thank you NATO, another foreign policy disaster. The once-prosperous Libya, under Muammar al-Gaddafy enjoying the highest Human Development Index on the African Continent, has descended i...
  • Saudi King blasts Israel massacre
    King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has stated today that the silence of the international community over "Israeli war crimes" is "inexcusable" and predicts that Israel's strategy will breed mo...
  • Ebola spiraling out of control
    The World Health Organization has stated that the rapid spread of Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa is running ahead of any attempts to prevent it. The word used was "catastrophic" in re...
  • Russia, Ukraine and NATO: Sanctions and sour grapes
    It is human nature for the losing side to act with spite and perpetuate feelings of hatred for their victor, hoping for another opportunity to challenge the stronger party in the duel los...

Deutsche WelleDeutsche Welle

  • Microsoft sues Samsung for alleged contract breach
    US software giant Microsoft has sued the South Korean electronics corporation Samsung over an alleged violation of smartphone patents. But it says it wants its partnership with Samsung to...
  • Ukraine denies using ballistic missiles
    Ukraine's defense minister and a NATO representative in Kyiv have denied DW reports that the Ukrainian army has been using ballistic missiles against pro-Russian separatists in the countr...
  • Dozens die in explosion at China factory
    An explosion at a metals factory in eastern China has killed dozens of workers and injured scores more. The blast is thought to have been caused by dust set alight by open flames.
  • Opinion: Ambivalent balance for Iran's Rouhani
    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani is confronted with a phalanx of hardliners. That's why his results have been only moderate. He is depending on the support of the people, says DW's Jamshee...
  • Brzuska: Hamas rocket attacks are 'terrifying'
    German scientist Christina Brzuska is living through the war in Tel Aviv first hand. She tells DW how she deals with the rocket bombardment from Hamas and why she stays in Israel in spite...

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