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  1. What happens if Iran's nuclear deadline passes? - Christian Science Monitor


    Christian Science Monitor

    What happens if Iran's nuclear deadline passes?
    Christian Science Monitor
    Nuclear talks, scheduled to end Tuesday, have now been extended to July 10. World powers seem eager to wrap up the talks, but Iran is in no rush. By Denise Hassanzade Ajiri, Staff writer July 7, 2015. Save for later Saved. close. US Secretary of State ...
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  2. 7/7 bombings: Britain stands resolute as it remembers victims a decade on - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    7/7 bombings: Britain stands resolute as it remembers victims a decade on
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Britain fell silent on Tuesday to pay tribute to the 52 innocent people who lost their lives in July 7 outrage a decade ago. The nation came together to mark the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 attacks in which four home-grown suicide bombers targeted ...
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    UK comes to standstill to mark 10 years since 7/7 attacksThe Guardian
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  3. Pope notes: Francis fires up Ecuador - CNN


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    Pope notes: Francis fires up Ecuador
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    (CNN) Tuesday is Pope Francis' second full day in Ecuador, the first stop on his whirlwind tour of three South American countries. He celebrated a Mass this morning at Bicentennial Park in Quito, Ecuador's capital. Crowds were in place for hours -- as ...
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  4. To Greeks, German offers of help sound more like a threat - Washington Post


    Montreal Gazette

    To Greeks, German offers of help sound more like a threat
    Washington Post
    ATHENS — Maybe the German leader meant to reassure Greece when he promised emergency assistance of food and medicine. But to many in the embattled Mediterranean nation, it sounded more like a threat. The hard line on Greece adopted by Europe's ...
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    Euclid Tsakalotos Tips His Hand Ahead of First Eurogroup MeetingNew York Times
    European shares dip but no sign of alarm before Greece summitReuters
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  5. Lawyers: Cosby's Drugs-Sex Admission Could Aid Women's Cases - ABC News


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    Lawyers: Cosby's Drugs-Sex Admission Could Aid Women's Cases
    ABC News
    Bill Cosby's admission that he obtained quaaludes to give young women before sex could bolster criminal and civil claims being pursued by his accusers, their lawyers said after The Associated Press reported on newly released court documents. Cosby in ...
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