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Egypt’s ousted president dies in court while facing trial, state TV reports
Mohamed Morsi died of an apparent heart attack, according to Egyptian media. He had been imprisoned since 2013, when his elected government was overthrown in a military coup.
   
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A mysterious sickness has killed nearly 100 children in India. Could litchi fruit be the cause?
Doctors describe the illness as Acute Encephalitis Syndrome, or AES, which is characterized by the rapid onset of fever combined with disorientation and seizures.
   
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Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong is released from jail
His release comes at a time of mass demonstrations against Beijing’s tightening rule and the reinvigoration of a movement he helped start. 
   
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Suicide bombers kill at least 30 in northeastern Nigeria
Dozens more were injured after three people set off explosives in a tea hall filled with fans watching soccer, officials said. 
   
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Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi dies in court while facing trial, state television reports
Morsi died of an apparent heart attack, according to Egyptian media. Backers and allies called for an investigation into the conditions of his detention
   
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He’s the ‘hero’ judge who oversaw Brazil’s vast Car Wash corruption probe. Now he’s facing his own scandal.
Sérgio Moro’s popularity has fallen since the release of alleged messages with prosecutors. He questions their authenticity.
   
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Iran threatens to increase enriched-uranium stockpile beyond limits set by nuclear deal in 10 days
As the Iran deal unravels following the U.S. withdrawal, Tehran is putting increasing pressure on the remaining signatories.
   
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India slaps back at U.S. with tariffs, lobbing small but strategic strike ahead of G-20 summit
The penalties run as high as 70 percent, affecting agricultural goods such as apples and almonds, as well as chemical and finished metal products.
   
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Magician who attempted Houdini-inspired stunt in Indian river is feared dead
Magician Chanchal Lahiri, known by his stage name, Jadugar Mandrake, is feared dead after a stunt in the Hooghly River in West Bengal, India.
   
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Suicide bombers kill at least 30 in northeastern Nigeria
Three people set off explosives in a tea hall filled with fans watching soccer, officials said. 
   
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China wants Hong Kong’s loyalty and love. What it’s getting: Distrust and disdain.
The political crisis shows how the Beijing government\'s long-term efforts to win hearts and minds appear to be stumbling.
   
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China’s Xi to visit North Korea as both countries lock horns with United States
Xi\'s visit would mark the first trip by a Chinese leader to North Korea in 14 years. China is North Korea’s most crucial ally.
   
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Women who can’t park cars, men who can’t change diapers: Britain bans ads depicting harmful gender stereotypes
The guidelines prohibit ads that play on roles deemed more female or male, as well as derogatory messages around body image.
   
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A mysterious sickness has killed nearly 100 children in India. Could litchi fruit be the cause?
The outbreaks occur each year in the hot weather but this summer’s toll is far higher.
   
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Yemeni rebels claim new drone attack on Saudi airport
Yemen’s Houthi rebels have launched a string of attacks on Saudi targets in recent weeks.
   
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Syrian refugees have become pawns in their host nations’ politics
Certain states are using their position to secure unearned external income — refugee rent.
   
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Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong released from jail
His release comes at a time of mass demonstrations against Beijing’s tightening rule and the reinvigoration of a movement he helped start. 
   
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Canada’s Trudeau to decide on controversial pipeline expansion. He faces political peril either way.
The prime minister says fighting climate change, defending Canada’s oil industry and mending strained relations with its indigenous groups “go hand in hand.”
   
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Trump rails against Iran. But who’s listening?
On Iran and much else, Trump has a credibility problem.
   
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Boris Johnson blew off a debate for British prime ministerial candidates. But the empty chair said a lot.
The other hopefuls had plenty to say about the B-words: Boris and Brexit.
   
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Standoff with Iran exposes Trump’s credibility issue as some allies seek more proof of tanker attack
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that additional evidence is forthcoming.
   
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Two Parisian bookstores, side by side, are waging a culture war
One right-wing bookshop is trying to normalize white supremacist anger. The Anglophone bookshop next door is having none of it.
   
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The Taliban claimed an attack on U.S. forces. Pompeo blamed Iran.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo included the May 31 bombing of a U.S. convoy in Kabul on a list of recent attacks carried out by Iran or its surrogates.
   
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Foreign minister says Israel has ‘key role’ to play in White House summit
His comments came amid confusion over whether Israel will be invited attend. 
   
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Mexico’s crackdown on migrants sends some heading south
Mexico’s efforts to slow Central American migration across its territory is showing some bite as some people turn around to head south in the face of increased enforcement, while government officials say they will target human smuggling rings
   
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Climate talks held as Arctic ice melts, concerns grow
Experts are meeting in Germany for ten days of U.N.-hosted talks on climate change amid growing pressure for governments to take faster action to curb global warming
   
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UN: World population expected to rise to 9.7 billion in 2050
The United Nations says the world’s population is getting older and growing at a slower pace but is still expected to increase from the current 7.7 billion to 9.7 billion in 2050
   
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Cartel ex-boss ‘La Tuta’ sentenced to 55 years in Mexico
Mexican authorities say former Knights Templar cartel boss Servando Gómez has been sentenced to 55 years in prison
   
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Rockets land in an Iraqi military post home to US personnel
The Iraqi military says three rockets have hit an installation north of Baghdad used by Iraqi troops and where American trainers are also present
   
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Roma leave 2 Russian villages after fatal brawl
Russian officials say all the Roma families in two villages have left after a large brawl that left one person dead