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07-14 Snowden 'chose not to release' most damaging data Moscow
C. 07-14 Stars pay tribute to Cory Monteith Vancouver
D. 07-14 Egypt 'freezes Brotherhood assets' Egypt
4. 07-14 Critics' dismay at Zimmerman verdict USA
F. 07-14 Hollande: France 'must do more' on rail safety Paris
6. 07-14 Obama urges calm after Florida trial Washington
H. 07-14 Gay and Powell fail drugs tests Jamaica
I. 07-14 Egypt swears in interim leaders Cairo
J. 07-14 Mickelson wins Scottish Open in playoff Inverness, Scotland

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Jul.14   Moscow     Snowden 'chose not to release' most damaging data  Edward Snowden possesses data that could prove far more 'damaging' to the US government but the fugitive leaker has chosen not to release them

  Vancouver   Stars pay tribute to Cory Monteith Map of Vancouver  Showbusiness colleagues have paid tribute to Glee star Cory Monteith who has been found dead in a Canada hotel

  Egypt   Egypt 'freezes Brotherhood assets'  Egypt's public prosecutor has frozen the assets of 14 Islamist leaders, according to judicial sources

  USA   Critics' dismay at Zimmerman verdict   Civil rights groups in the US have expressed dismay after neighbourhood watchman George Zimmerman was found not guilty of murdering black teen

  Paris Hollande: France 'must do more' on rail safety  French President has called for 'much more' to be done to maintain the rail network, in a Bastille Day interview two days after a major train accident

Day News


  Washington     Obama urges calm after Florida trial   US President has called for 'calm reflection' after neighbourhood watchman George Zimmerman was cleared of murdering black teenager Trayvon Martin

  Jamaica   Gay and Powell fail drugs tests  US sprinter Tyson Gay and Jamaica's former 100m world record holder Asafa Powell have failed drug tests

  Cairo Egypt swears in interim leaders  Reformer and Nobel laureate Mohamed ElBaradei sworn in as the country's interim vice president for foreign relations

  Scotland Mickelson wins Scottish Open in playoff  Phil Mickelson won the Scottish Open in a playoff over Branden Grace at Castle Stuart in Inverness. The final round was a roller-coaster

  Southern China Typhoon Soulik kills three in China  Three people have died after Typhoon Soulik hit southern Guangdong province. The storm forced a further 20,000 people to flee their homes

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  China   China's economic growth slows again
  China's economic growth slowed in the April to June period, the second straight quarter of weaker expansion


  Cairo US envoy to meet new Egypt leaders  US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns is due to hold talks in Cairo later with leaders of Egypt's new military-backed government

  Bangladesh Clashes ahead of Bangladesh verdict  Police have clashed with supporters of the Jamaat-e-Islami party ahead of the verdict in the trial of an Islamist leader charged with war crimes

  Indonesia 18 killed in stampede at Indonesia boxing match  A stadium stampede happened after spectators rioted to protest a local boxer's loss in a championship match in eastern Indonesia

  India India flood missing 'presumed dead'  The government in the state of Uttarakhand has said that more than 5700 people missing after devastating floods will now be presumed dead

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