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Police officers block migrants along a road to prevent their access to train tracks which lead to the Channel Tunnel, in Calais, northern France, Wednesday, July 29, 2015.
Channel Tunnel   France - UK Border   Illegal Migration in UK   Photos   Wikipedia: Channel Tunnel  
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French riot police disperse migrants
COQUELLES, August 2 | French riot police on Sunday sprayed migrants with a chemical irritant as they tried to storm the Channel Tunnel, and the British and French interior ministers said the nightly a... (photo: AP / Thibault Camus)
In this April 29, 2015 photo, a boat travels on the Tennessee River near the Watts Bar Nuclear Plant near Spring City, Tenn.
Environment Protection   Greenhouse Gas   Obama's Clean Power Plan   Photos   Wikipedia: Greenhouse effect  
 BBC News 
Climate change: Obama to unveil Clean Power Plan
3 August 2015 | From the section US & Canada | US President Barack Obama is due to unveil what he called "the biggest, most important step we have ever taken" in tackling climate change. | The aim... (photo: AP / Mark Zaleski)
Cecil the lions brother Jericho shot dead in Zimbabwe, conservationists say  The Australian 
Cecil the lion’s brother Jericho shot dead in Zimbabwe, conservationists say
Uncertainty surrounded the fate of another lion from Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park Saturday after a conservation group reported that Jericho, brother of the lion slain by American dentist Walt... (photo: Creative Commons / Yathin S Krishnappa)
Cecil the Lion   Jericho Lion   Photos   Wikipedia: Cecil (lion)   Zimbabwe  
Israelis protest hate crimes in wake of baby's death  Al Jazeera 
Israelis protest hate crimes in wake of baby's death
Thousands of Israelis have held protests against hate crimes, as the parents and brother of a Palestinian baby burned to death by suspected Jewish settlers continued to fight for their lives in hospit... (photo: AP / Alik Keplicz)
Ali Saad Dawabsheh   Israel   Photos   West Bank   Wikipedia: Israeli settlement  
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Women and children rescued by Nigerian soldiers from Boko Haram extremists in northeast Nigeria arrive at the military office in Maiduguri, Nigeria, Thursday, July 30, 2015. The Los Angeles Times
101 children, 77 adults rescued from Boko Haram
Nigerian troops rescued 178 people from Boko Haram in attacks that destroyed several camps of the Islamic extremists in the northeast of the country, an army statement sa... (photo: AP / Jossy Ola)
Boko Haram   Kidnapping by Boko Haram   Photos   Terrorism in Nigeria   Wikipedia: Boko Haram insurgency  
Greece may seek up to 24bn euros in first new aid tranche Dawn
Greece may seek up to 24bn euros in first new aid tranche
ATHENS: Greece may seek 24 billion euros in a first tranche of bailout aid from international lenders in August to prop up its banks and repay debts falling due at the EC... (photo: WN / Marzena J.)
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Migrants step over a fence as they escape from railway police officers, in Calais, northern France, Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The Times Of India
Britain, France say ending Calais migrant crisis is 'top priority'
PARIS: Ending the crisis that has seen thousands of attempts by migrants to reach England from Calais in recent weeks is a "top priority", the interior ministers of Franc... (photo: AP / Thibault Camus)
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Cecil the lions brother Jericho shot dead in Zimbabwe, conservationists say The Australian
Cecil the lion’s brother Jericho shot dead in Zimbabwe, conservationists say
Uncertainty surrounded the fate of another lion from Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park Saturday after a conservation group reported that Jericho, brother of the lion ... (photo: Creative Commons / Yathin S Krishnappa)
Cecil the Lion   Jericho Lion   Photos   Wikipedia: Cecil (lion)   Zimbabwe  
Israelis protest hate crimes in wake of baby's death Al Jazeera
Israelis protest hate crimes in wake of baby's death
Thousands of Israelis have held protests against hate crimes, as the parents and brother of a Palestinian baby burned to death by suspected Jewish settlers continued to f... (photo: AP / Alik Keplicz)
Ali Saad Dawabsheh   Israel   Photos   West Bank   Wikipedia: Israeli settlement  
Secretary John Kerry Passes Bust of B.B. King While Walking Back to Hotel in Switzerland Press TV
Kerry in Cairo to resume US-Egypt ‘strategic dialogue’
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Cairo to resume a US-Egypt “strategic dialogue” that was suspended following the 2011 Islamic revolution.   | Kerr... (photo: Creative Commons / Public Domain / U.S. Department of State)
John Kerry   Photos   Terrorism in Egypt   US - Egypt   Wikipedia: John Kerry  
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden waves as he arrives in Georgia's capital Tbilisi, Wednesday, July 22, 2009 Al Jazeera
Report: Joe Biden considering bid for US presidency
United States Vice President Joe Biden has held meetings at his Washington home to discuss challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016,... (photo: AP / Shakh Aivazov)
2016 US election   Hillary Clinton   Joe Biden   Photos   Wikipedia: Joe Biden  
In this Thursday, May 21, 2015 photo, local militia group fighters walk past a building torched by Taliban fighters at Talawka village in Kunduz province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan. CNN
New Taliban leader purportedly rejects peace process 'propaganda'
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN)In an audio message, a speaker purported to be the Taliban's new leader denies that the Sunni Islamist group is attempting to work toward a peace ... (photo: AP / Rahmat Gul)
Mullah Omar   Photos   Politic   Taliban   Wikipedia: Taliban  
Bitcoin tokens The Times Of India
Former CEO of Mt Gox bitcoin exchange arrested: Report
TOKYO: Mark Karpeles, the former head of defunct bitcoin exchange Mt Gox, was arrested in connection with the disappearance of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of th... (photo: AP / Rick Bowmer)
Bitcoin   Digital Currency   Mark Karpeles   Photos   Wikipedia: Mt. Gox  
A Eurostar train enters the Channel Tunnel in Calais, northern France, in this Nov. 21, 1996 file photo. Anglo-French tunnel operator Eurotunnel reported a euro1.89 billion (US$2.36 billion) net loss in 2003 on Monday, Feb. 9, 2004 and said it had appealed to the French and British governments to allow for a rate cut to help boost traffic. The loss compared with a profit of euro508 million (US$635 million) for Eurotunnel a year ear BBC News
Calais migrant crisis: Quieter night at Eurotunnel site
1 August 2015 | From the section UK | Around 800 migrants gathered by security fencing in Coquelles, near Calais | Fewer migrants attempted to enter the Eurotunnel termin... (photo: AP / Michel Spingler, file)
Calais jungle   Eurotunnel   Migrant crisis   Photos   Wikipedia: Calais jungle  
Ryo Ishikawa RTE
Ryo Ishikawa moves one ahead as Tiger Woods shows form in Virginia
Ryo Ishikawa sank a 30-footer at the last for a third consecutive birdie to edge a stroke in front after the second round while Tiger Woods also charged into contention a... (photo: AP / Lynne Sladky)
Photos   Quicken Loans National   Robert Trent Jones Golf Club   Tiger Woods   Wikipedia: Ryo Ishikawa  
 The President, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam addressing the nation on the eve of 58th Republic Day, in New Delhi on January 25, 2007 - india - hires - am1 The Times Of India
Kalam a 'great statesman': UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon
NEW YORK: Describing former President A P J Abdul Kalam as a "great statesman", UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has said that the outpouring of grief around the world fo... (photo: PIB)
Ban Ki-moon   Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)   Photos   United Nation   Wikipedia: A. P. J. Abdul Kalam  
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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden waves as he arrives in Georgia's capital Tbilisi, Wednesday, July 22, 2009
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Greece may seek up to 24bn euros in first new aid tranche
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The roofs of flooded houses are photographed in Kalay township, northwestern Sagaing region, Myanmar, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015.
Myanmar flood toll may rise after days of torrential rain, warns UN
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Israelis protest hate crimes in wake of baby's death
Israelis protest hate crimes in wake of baby's death
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South America Africa
- HSBC profit rises 10 percent, bank selling Brazil unit
- Brazil's Bradesco confirms purchase of HSBC's Brazil
- UPDATE 1-HSBC says to sell Brazil unit to Bradesco for $5.2
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Benfica's Angel Di Maria, from Argentina
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Ebola vaccine trial proves 100% successful in Guinea
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- Wallaby Simmons to miss All Blacks test with wrist injury
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Australia's Michael Clarke plays a shot during the 3rd day of the first cricket test between Australia and New Zealand at the Gabba in Brisbane, Australia, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011
Ashes 2015: Michael Clarke's Test career could be over - Jim Maxwell
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This May 1, 2015 photo shows the Rosa Rivera Santiago elementary-middle school in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, which teachers say is among dozens expected to close permanently this summer.
Hedge funds tell Puerto Rico: close schools and fire teachers to pay us back
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