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07-15 Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign London
C. 07-15 U.S. recognizes Libyan rebels' authority Istanbul
D. 07-15 Chavez plans more Cuba treatment Venezuela
E. 07-15 U.N. report describes widespread violence Southern Kordofan, Sudan
F. 07-15 21 civilians killed in Syria protests Idlib, Syria
6. 07-15 Obama seeks end to debt showdown Washington
7. 07-15 Ohi nuclear reactor shuts down after fault Ohi, Japan
I. 07-15 China demands Dalai Lama snub Beijing

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Jul.15   London   Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
  Two key executives in the media empire resigned, and their former boss began a series of apologies in the phone-hacking scandal


  Istanbul     U.S. recognizes Libyan rebels' authority
  The United States now recognizes the main opposition group in Libya 'as the legitimate governing authority'


  Venezuela     Chavez plans more Cuba treatment  Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says he will return to Cuba on Saturday to resume cancer treatment, including chemotherapy

  Sudan U.N. report describes widespread violence  A United Nations report details new allegations of violence, including mass graves, in the volatile border state of Southern Kordofan

  Syria 21 civilians killed in Syria protests  Sixteen of the fatalities occurred in Damascus and its suburbs, one in Homs, three in Idlib and one in Daraa

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  Washington Obama seeks end to debt showdown  President Obama has said he is seeking a 'big deal' with Republicans to reduce the deficit and keep the US from defaulting on its debt

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  Japan     Ohi nuclear reactor shuts down after fault Map of Ohi Japan  Pressure in a safety tank fell, and although it is now back to normal, the plant's operators said they would "give the top priority to safety

  Beijing China demands Dalai Lama snub  China has complained about President Obama's scheduled meeting with exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama

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