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A Palestinian militants of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas's armed wing, parade in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, on May 29, 2014. Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas sent a "letter of designation" to Rami Hamdallah, who is currently serving as premier within the West Bank-based government, to head a unity government but announcement of the lineup was held up over the foreign affairs portfolio. Hamas and the Western-backed PLO, which is dominated by Abbas's secular Fatah party, signed a surprise reconciliation agreement on April 23 to end years of bitter and sometime bloody rivalry. Photo by Ahmed Deeb / WN
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Hamas rules out rapid Gaza truce as Israel steps up bombardment
JERUSALEM: Hamas’ military chief ruled out a truce in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday until the Islamist group’s demands for an end to the economic embargo of the territory are met. Meanwhile,... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Pentagon ‘Lost Track’ Of $626 Million Of Weapons In Afghanistan
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 The Inquisitr 
Pentagon ‘Lost Track’ Of $626 Million Of Weapons In Afghanistan
A Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) repot says that the Defense Department information systems designed to track weapons sent to Afghanistan is “full or... (photo: USMC / Frances Johnson)
Palestinians flee their houses following an Israeli ground offensive in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip  Spiegel Online 
The Children of War: A Humanitarian Catastrophe Unfolds in Gaza
Israel's incursion into the Gaza Strip triggered a bloody war. Brutal images of dead and injured Palestinians have circulated widely, but a cease-fire still appears to be a long way off. Ahmed is... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Gaza Conflict   Human Rights   Photos   UN   Wikipedia: 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict
Zhou Yongkang, State Councilor; Minister of Public Safety and commissioner of National Narcotics Control Commission; People's Republic of China  The Guardian 
China begins corruption inquiry into former security chief Zhou Yongkang
Zhou is most senior Chinese politician to be linked to corruption scandal since Communist party came to power in 1949 Zhou Yongkang has been under virtual house arrest since December. Photograph:... (photo: Public Domain)
Bo Xilai   Corruptions in China   Photos   Wikipedia: Zhou Yongkang   Zhou Yongkang
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Russia Hopes Its Experts Will Take Part in MH-17 Crash Investigation – Russia’s UN Envoy Novosti
Russia Hopes Its Experts Will Take Part in MH-17 Crash Investigation – Russia’s UN Envoy
UNITED NATIONS, July 29 (RIA Novosti) - Russia hopes that its experts’ participation in the MH-17 crash investigation in the east of Ukraine will ensure its... (photo: UN / Devra Berkowitz)
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A Palestinian militants of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas's armed wing, parade in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, on May 29, 2014. Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas sent a "letter of designation" to Rami Hamdallah, who is currently serving as premier within the West Bank-based government, to head a unity government but announcement of the lineup was held up over the foreign affairs portfolio. Hamas and the Western-backed PLO, which is dominated by Abbas's secular Fatah party, signed a surprise reconciliation agreement on April 23 to end years of bitter and sometime bloody rivalry. Photo by Ahmed Deeb / WN STL Today
Israel warns of prolonged campaign in Gaza war
GAZA CITY, Gaza StripIsrael’s prime minister warned Monday that the country faced a prolonged campaign against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, as the military urged residents... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Gaza Ceasefire   Hamas Militants   Israel - Palestinians Conflict   Photos   Wikipedia: 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict
Russia has violated arms treaty by testing cruise missile: US The Siasat Daily
Russia has violated arms treaty by testing cruise missile: US
July 28: The United States has found that Russia violated a 1987 arms control treaty by testing a ground-launched cruise missile, a senior US official has said, calling... (photo: AP / J. Scott Applewhite)
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President Barack Obama meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Oval Office of the White House, in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2009. Sydney Morning Herald
MH17 fallout: US, Europe agree to escalate sanctions on Russia
Frankfurt, Germany: The United States and Europe put aside their differences and agreed Monday to sharply escalate economic sanctions against Russia in a set of... (photo: AP / Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
MH17 Flight Disaster   Photos   Sanctions on Russia   Ukraine Crisis   Wikipedia: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
U.S. President Barack Obama stands facing out to see, at the 'Door of No Return,' at the slave house on Goree Island, in Dakar, Senegal, Thursday, June 27, 2013. Voa News
Obama: World Needs Self-reliant Africa
VOA News U.S. President Barack Obama says the future stability of the world depends on African nations' prosperity and self-reliance. He spoke in Washington Monday to... (photo: AP / Rebecca Blackwell)
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People walk into the head office of Lloyds Banking Group in the City of London, Friday, Feb. 27, 2009. Lloyds Banking Group PLC reported Friday that profits fell 75 percent in its Lloyds TSB unit in 2008, while the recently acquired Halifax/Bank of Scotland lost 7.5 billion pounds (US$ 10.7 billion) over the The News & Observer
British bank Lloyds to pay $370 million to settle Libor probes
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay nearly $370 million to American and British authorities, settling allegations the British bank manipulated a key interest rate. The... (photo: AP / Sang Tan)
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