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  1. Mexico: 43 Dead in 3-Hour Firefight on Ranch in West - New York Times


    Newsweek

    Mexico: 43 Dead in 3-Hour Firefight on Ranch in West
    New York Times
    ECUANDUREO, Mexico — At least 43 people died Friday in what authorities described as a fierce, three-hour gunbattle between federal forces and suspected drug gang gunmen on a ranch in western Mexico, the deadliest such confrontation in recent ...
    Officials: Mexico shootout leaves dozens deadWashington Post
    Mexico shoot-out on Michoacan-Jalisco border leaves dozens deadBBC News
    43 killed in Mexico shootoutCNN
    The Yucatan Times
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  2. Islamic State claims mosque blast in Saudi Arabia - The Indian Express


    The Indian Express

    Islamic State claims mosque blast in Saudi Arabia
    The Indian Express
    A suicide bomber killed 21 worshippers during Friday prayers in a packed mosque in Shia-dominated area of eastern Saudi Arabia, residents and the health minister said, in an attack claimed by the Islamic State militant group. It was one of the deadliest ...
    Mosque attack in S. Arabia condemnedDAWN.com
    Islamic State asserts responsibility for Shiite mosque blast in Saudi ArabiaWashington Post
    2 dead in Houthi rocket barrageArab News

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  3. Campaigner: Irish gay marriage vote may pave way for abortion rights - USA TODAY


    Irish Examiner

    Campaigner: Irish gay marriage vote may pave way for abortion rights
    USA TODAY
    DUBLIN — A leading voice in Ireland 's campaign to block same-sex marriage said Friday that if voters here overwhelmingly back that issue, then abortion rights may be the next longstanding social matter to face a referendum in the nation. An estimated 3 ...
    Referendum: Historic, divisive campaign draws to a closeIrish Examiner
    For One Irish Couple, Backing Gay Marriage Is a Matter of Family ValuesNew York Times
    #HomeToVote - Irishman who travelled from Sydney to Dublin leads those 'home ...Irish Independent
    The Conversation UK
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  4. David Cameron launches diplomatic offensives for EU reform - Irish Times


    Irish Times

    David Cameron launches diplomatic offensives for EU reform
    Irish Times
    British prime minister David Cameron is to embark on a series of diplomatic offensives in the coming weeks to seek political support for renegotiating Britain's membership of the European Union. He pledged to give British people a “proper choice” in the ...
    Britain failed to shape Europe's future 40 years ago. Now it canTelegraph.co.uk
    Bank of England admits to researching 'Brexit' risksTHE BUSINESS TIMES

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  5. US and Cuban Negotiators Can't Quite Seal a Deal - New York Times


    New York Times

    US and Cuban Negotiators Can't Quite Seal a Deal
    New York Times
    WASHINGTON — Despite a wave of optimism, United States and Cuban negotiators this week failed to reach an accord on re-establishing diplomatic ties that had been fractured during the Cold War, United States and Cuban officials said on Friday.
    No deal yet on US and Cuban embassiesLos Angeles Times
    No US, Cuba deal on embassies; talks to continueEconomic Times
    Progress in Cuba-USA RapprochementPrensa Latina

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