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  1. South Africa denies paying bribes to secure 2010 FIFA World Cup - TODAYonline


    South Africa denies paying bribes to secure 2010 FIFA World Cup
    TODAYonline
    JOHANNESBURG - All 2010 Soccer World Cup funds were accounted for and audited, South Africa's sports minister said on Thursday, and the government was yet to receive an indictment from U.S. prosecutors involving South Africans. "Our financial records ...

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  2. Iran foreign minister says nuclear deal possible by June 30 - Washington Post


    The Nation

    Iran foreign minister says nuclear deal possible by June 30
    Washington Post
    ATHENS, Greece — Iran's foreign minister is holding out hope that a “sustainable, mutually respectful” deal can be struck with world powers in talks over his country's nuclear program before the current deadline of June 30. Mohammad Javad Zarif says an ...
    Iran's Zarif hopes for a nuclear deal within a 'reasonable period of time'Reuters Africa
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  3. Queen's Speech: David Cameron announces law to slash Labour's union funding - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    Queen's Speech: David Cameron announces law to slash Labour's union funding
    Telegraph.co.uk
    David Cameron has launched an assault on Labour's reliance on the unions as he used his Queen's Speech to unveil new laws which could see the party's funding slashed. After leading the Tory Party to its first majority for 23 years, Mr Cameron unveiled ...
    EU reform: What's in it for the others?BBC News
    Queen's speech gives 'yes' to EU backers in 2017 referendumThe Times (subscription)
    For service users who rely on benefits, the Queen's speech brought no reliefThe Guardian
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  4. Residents of southern Israel want end to sporadic rocket fire - Israel Hayom


    New York Daily News

    Residents of southern Israel want end to sporadic rocket fire
    Israel Hayom
    "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, no matter what the enlightened Western world thinks about it. I would like to see how they would react to rocket fire on their hometowns in the evenings," says one resident of southern Israel after attack. Gadi Golan.
    Cold-blooded killers as Hamas' murder in Gaza is exposedNew York Daily News
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    Palestinian fisherman injured by Israeli naval firePress TV
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  5. What has Tony Blair achieved as Middle East envoy? - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    What has Tony Blair achieved as Middle East envoy?
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Tony Blair's resignation will end what was a rather quiet stint as the lead diplomat for the Quartet – a group comprised of the European Union, Russia, the United Nations and the United States – in pursuit of security and development in one of the world's most ...
    Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy after few winsThe Week UK
    Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy after conflicts of interest concernsDaily Mail
    Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair resigned as Special Envoy of the Middle ...Jagran Josh
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