In Gaza, Airstrikes and Economic Stress Make for an Anxious Ramadan - New York Times
New York Times
In Gaza, Airstrikes and Economic Stress Make for an Anxious Ramadan
New York Times
Palestinians on Friday in Gaza near a building that was hit in the airstrikes by Israel that have left more than 100 Palestinians dead in the last four days. Credit Tyler Hicks/The New York Times. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story.
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NBA's winners and losers of LeBron James' return to Cleveland Cavaliers - New York Daily News
New York Daily News
NBA's winners and losers of LeBron James' return to Cleveland Cavaliers
New York Daily News
From the city of Cleveland and Cavaliers' owner Dan Gilbert to the Miami Heat and their president Pat Riley, the News looks at who won and lost as a result of James' decision to head back to Cleveland. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Friday, July 11, 2014, 11:24 ...
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Accused killer of 6 in Houston suburb collapses in court - Los Angeles Times
Accused killer of 6 in Houston suburb collapses in court
Los Angeles Times
Ronald Lee Haskell, accused in the shooting of his former relatives in Texas, collapsed in court Friday as he faced charges that he broke into the family's Houston-area home seeking his ex-wife and killed two adults and four of their children execution-style.
Man held in killing of 6 in Houston-area shooting; surviving teen will recover ...
Texas Shooting Suspect Wheeled Out of Courtroom
Only survivor of Spring home shooting is out of the hospital
Chinese Man Accused of Hacking Into US Computers - ABC News
Chinese Man Accused of Hacking Into US Computers
U.S. authorities have charged a Chinese businessman with hacking into the computer systems of U.S. companies with large defense contracts, including Boeing, and stealing data on military projects. U.S. Department of Justice spokesman Marc Raimondi ...
Chinese man charged with hacking into US fighter jet plans
Chinese hacker charged in plot to steal Boeing military data
Japan lifts tsunami advisory following strong quake: Authorities - Zee News
Japan lifts tsunami advisory following strong quake: Authorities
Tokyo: Japan lifted a tsunami advisory early Saturday after a minor wave was monitored along large areas of the country's northeastern Pacific coast following a strong 6.8-magnitude earthquake, authorities said.
Germany defends CIA chief's expulsion as 'necessary' - Irish Times
Germany defends CIA chief's expulsion as 'necessary'
German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier with chancellor Angela Merkel: Mr Steinmeier struck a more conciliatory tone and described Berlin's partnership with Washington as “without alternative”. Photograph: Adam Berry/Getty Images. Derek Scally.
US hints at displeasure with Germany over spying row
Negative views of Russia and Putin on the rise globally - BBC News
Negative views of Russia and Putin on the rise globally
Russia's global image is increasingly negative, according to a nsurvey from the Pew Research Center. This is despite Russians believing that President Vladimir Putin's actions in Ukraine would improve the country's reputation abroad. Pew Research found ...
Anticipating a Showdown, Ukraine City Empties Out
Ukraine vows revenge for deadly military attack
Ukraine vows to strike back after rebels kill 23 troops
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