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LocationAmerican Headline News for 12 Jun 2015

The Israeli military on Thursday cleared itself of charges of suspected criminal conduct over last year's bombing of a beach in the Gaza Strip that led to the deaths of four Palestinian children. The... incident, which had been witnessed by several journalists covering the war, was labeled a "tragic accident" by the office of Israel's advocate general.
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Interpol freezes FIFA partnership

CNN - 12 Jun 2015 18:03
Interpol freezes FIFAIt's more bad news for FIFA.
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David Wright of Everett and Nicholas Rovinski of Rhode Island could face up to 15 years.
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If You Didn't Know What"As opposed to nice pimping?" one Twitter user wrote
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Jeb Bush: 'Putin has changed'Asked his opinion on the Iraq War recently, Jeb Bush struggled to find his footing while supporting his brother. But ask about Russian President Vladimir Putin -- of whom former President George W.... Bush once said that he "got a sense of his soul" -- and older brother Jeb gets right to the point: "He's a bully."
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Hey, Can You Spare 35Here's what hyperinflation can do to your money
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Angelina Jolie attends African Union summit in South Africa
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Obama Courts Wary HouseIt was the second such grand gesture in as many days.
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What the Latest Prison BreakToday marks the seventh day of the search for the convicted killers.
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Gunmen abduct Tunisian consulate staff in Libya

Al Jazeera English - 12 Jun 2015 17:28
Armed group kidnaps 10 people at Tunisian consulate in Libyan capital, according to Tunisian Foreign Ministry.
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Charges Against 3rd Man inComplaint describes alleged plotters' conversation on "damp, deserted beach."
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25 Life Lessons From"No one should feel guilty about making money."
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NAACP leader has pretended toSPOKANE, Wash. -- Controversy is swirling around one of the Spokane region’s most prominent civil rights activists, with family members saying the local leader of the NAACP has falsely portrayed...
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WHO sees no need for travel curbs over MERS outbreak

Al Jazeera English - 12 Jun 2015 08:05
Sweeping restrictions including airport screenings not among steps recommended as virus claims 11th victim in S Korea.
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The Pacific nation of Palau burned four Vietnamese boats that were caught poaching in its waters on Friday morning, in an attempt to curb illegal fishing of valuable marine life such as sea cucumbers... and reef fish. Palau's President Tommy Remengesau Jr. said the measure was taken to send a clear message that the country will take a hard stance against such activities. Palau is located in one of the world's 35 biodiversity hotspots.
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Millions of children hard at work in India

Al Jazeera English - 12 Jun 2015 07:54
On International Child Labour Day, the spotlight shines on India with the highest number of working kids in the world.
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Awkwardness in store for DefDefense Secretary Ash Carter's meeting on Thursday with a top Chinese general has awkward written all over it.
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Nicholas Rovinski, a resident of Warwick, Rhode Island, was arrested Thursday night over alleged links to Boston terror suspect Usaama Rahim, authorities reportedly said. Rovinski is the third suspect... linked to an alleged Islamist plot.
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Officials say Iran is backingWestern and Afghan officials say Tehran is increasing the funding and supplies it has been giving to the Taliban and is recruiting and training foreign fighters inside Iran's own borders. A Taliban... commander named Abdullah told The Wall Street Journal that after he was detained for working illegally in Iran, an Iranian intelligence officer approached him and said he would double his salary if he would work for him in Afghanistan. Now, Abdullah receives a salary of $580 a month and "Iran supplies us with whatever we need," smuggling in items like machine guns, 82mm mortars, rocket-propelled grenades, and materials for bomb-making. Officials say Iran, which historically has not had strong ties with the Taliban, is working with the group because it hopes to counter U.S. influence in the...
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Former China Security ChiefZhou Yongkang, 72, was spared the death penalty
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Boston terror suspect arrested

CNN - 12 Jun 2015 06:19
Boston terror suspect arrestedAuthorities have arrested a third suspect in a Boston terror attack plot. It was foiled last week, when law officers shot attacker Usaamah Rahim dead.
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Third man arrested inThe FBI arrested a third man Thursday in connection with a plot to attack and behead a free speech activist and Boston police officers.
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Massachusetts man killsA man who was apparently distraught over a failing relationship released chemical gases in his apartment on Thursday, killing himself and sending 11 other people to the hospital, authorities said.
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Pentagon: US spends $9m a day on war against ISIL

Al Jazeera English - 12 Jun 2015 06:08
US has spent over $2.7bn to fight ISIL in Iraq and Syria since bombings began last August, defence department says.
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The humiliation of a Chinese security tsar

Al Jazeera English - 12 Jun 2015 06:06
Ex-security chief Zhou jailed for life after he was found guilty of abuse of power, bribery, and leaking state secrets.
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