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Quebec Derailment Death Toll Jumps To 13; Dozens Missing

Posted: 07/08/2013 - Traumatized survivors of an oil train derailment that wiped out the heart of a small town braced for more bad news as inspectors were finally cleared to enter the charred site's epicenter and look for remains late Monday, more than two days after the disaster that killed at least 13 people. At least 37 were missing and the death toll was sure to rise.

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Andy Murray Wins Wimbledon's Men's Final

Posted: 07/07/2013 - Andy Murray became the first British man in 77 years to win the Wimbledon title, beating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 in Sunday's final.

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Death Toll In Quebec Train Explosion Rises To 3

Posted: 07/07/2013 - Two more bodies were discovered overnight after a runaway train carrying crude oil derailed in eastern Quebec, igniting explosions and fires that destroyed a town's downtown center. The confirmed death toll is now three, and is expected to rise further.

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Feng Shui Master Jailed Over Late Hong Kong Tycoon's Will

Posted: 07/05/2013 - The former lover and feng shui master to one of Asia's wealthiest women has been sentenced to 12 years in jail after being found guilty of forging a will that made him the beneficiary of her multi-billion-dollar fortune following a long-running case that transfixed Hong Kong.

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Mexico Volcano Rumblings Cancel U.S. Airline Flights

Posted: 07/04/2013 - Airport officials say the flights were canceled due to Popocatepetl's volcanic rumblings. Delta, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and Spirit Airlines cancelled flights on the holiday.

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Mandela's Health Still Described As "Perilous"

Posted: 07/04/2013 - Court papers filed in a disupte over burials call Mandela's health "perilous.." Mandela's family had weighed taking him off life support, according to a document.

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Ousted Morsi, Barred From Leaving Egypt

Posted: 07/04/2013 - Morsy said to be detained at Ministry of Defense, under investigation for allegedly inciting violence and killings, state media says. New order under way after Egypt's military deposes Morsy, suspends constitution.

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Egyptian Military Continues Detaining Morsi

Posted: 07/03/2013 - U.N.'s Ban Ki-moon calls for "calm, non-violence, dialogue and restraint..'' 8 people are reported dead in the coup Wednesday. Morsi remains under "house arrest," a Muslim Brotherhood spokesman says, while President Obama says U.S. is reviewing its aid package.

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Snowden Rumors Ground Plane of Bolivia's President

Posted: 07/03/2013 - Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane leaves Europe, heads toward Brazil. Brazil's president says she is outraged, European countries' behavior "unacceptable." The plane leaves Austria after officials check it and say Edward Snowden isn't on board.

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Egypt's Generals Oust Morsy

Updated: 07/03/2013 - Egypt's military deposed the country's first democratically elected president Wednesday night after he failed to meet demands to share power with opponents who thronged the streets of Cairo, state-run media reported.

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With Egypt On The Brink, Morsi Refuses To Leave

Posted: 07/03/2013 - Egypt's president refused to bow to a military ultimatum that he find a solution to the deadly protests rocking the country. Already at least 16 people are dead and 200 are hurt in clashes.

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Egypt's Military Warns President Morsi, Going Into 2nd Year

Posted: 07/01/2013 - Egypt's Foreign minister resigns, while the president's office says Egypt won't "go backwards.. Everyone is talking as if Morsy is officially out of power," one protester says. An Egyptian military spokesman says there's no coup in Cairo.

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Why George W. Bush Won't Criticize President Obama

Posted: 07/01/2013 - In Zambia on a humanitarian mission, the former president tells CNN that Edward Snowden has hurt U.S. security. He refrains from criticizing President Obama, who he says has a "hard job."

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Accused Leaker Edward Snowden Seeking Asylum In Russia

Posted: 07/01/2013 - The U.S. State Department says Snowden "should be expelled" from Russia, while Russia's state-run news agency says documents for Snowden were submitted. Snowden admits leaking classified U.S. documents revealing surveillance details.

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