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  1. ISIS says it destroyed archaeological pieces from Palmyra - Ynetnews


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    ISIS says it destroyed archaeological pieces from Palmyra
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    The Islamic State group says it has destroyed six archaeological pieces from the historic town of Palmyra that were confiscated from a smuggler. An ISIS statement says the six busts were found when the smuggler was stopped at a checkpoint. The issue ...
    IS says it destroyed archaeological pieces from PalmyraChron.com
    'IS' destroys archaeological piecesIrish Examiner

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  2. Tunisia attack: Minute's silence held for victims - BBC News


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    Tunisia attack: Minute's silence held for victims
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    A minute's silence has been held across the UK to remember the 38 people - including 30 Britons - killed in the Tunisia beach attack a week ago. The Queen and Prime Minister David Cameron joined the silence, along with the families of the bereaved.
    Minute's silence in memory of Tunisia victims in BritainIrish Times
    Tunisia Sousse resort holds ceremony to remember attack victimsFinancial Express
    Queen leads minute's silence for Tunisia attack victims which was marked ...Telegraph.co.uk
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  3. Confusion reigns in Greece on last day of campaigning before referendum - Washington Post


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    Confusion reigns in Greece on last day of campaigning before referendum
    Washington Post
    ATHENS — Confusion reigned across Greece on Friday as a court weighed whether to allow a referendum planned for Sunday that could shape the country's direction for decades but has also sown bitter divisions in a blink-and-you-miss-it campaign.
    Greece debt crisis: Tsipras urges 'No' to 'blackmail'BBC News
    Tsipras says IMF report justifies No voteFinancial Times
    Alexis Tsipras is right, a 'no' vote is best for GreeceFox News
    Sydney Morning Herald -Toronto Sun -Irish Independent
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  4. Marathon Iran nuclear talks go down to the wire - Washington Post


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    Marathon Iran nuclear talks go down to the wire
    Washington Post
    VIENNA — The Iran nuclear talks appeared to be focusing on sanctions Friday, as Iran dispatched an influential economist to join its negotiating team. Iranian state media reported that Mohammad Nahavandian, the chief of staff for President Hassan ...
    UN Nuke Agency Chief Says 'More Work' Needed on Iran ProbeABC News
    Kerry, Zarif to Meet on Key Iran Nuclear DisputesVoice of America
    Iran nuclear talks in endgame, negotiators push on sticking pointsReuters Africa
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  5. Magnitude-6.4 earthquake in rural China kills three, damages thousands of homes - ABC Online


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    Magnitude-6.4 earthquake in rural China kills three, damages thousands of homes
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    A strong earthquake has hit a rural part of China's far western Xinjiang region, killing at least three people, injuring dozens and destroying or damaging thousands of homes, the government and state media say. Many traditional houses in the mainly ...
    Six killed by magnitude-6.5 earthquake in ChinaIrish Independent
    At least 4 dead after strong earthquake shakes China's Xinjiang regionCNN
    China says 6.5 quake in far west kills 6, collapses homesDaily Mail
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