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07-15 US protests after Florida verdict New York
C. 07-15 Adidas drops Gay after drug test fail Germany
3. 07-15 Spanish PM rejects resignation calls Madrid
4. 07-15 Burma 'to free political prisoners' Myanmar
F. 07-15 Zetas leader Miguel Angel Trevino captured Nuevo Laredo, North Mexico
6. 07-15 Morsi supporters clash with police Cairo
H. 07-15 US execution stayed due to drug law US Georgia
I. 07-15 Real Madrid tops Forbes' most valuable teams list Madrid
J. 07-15 Farc: Colombia conflict nears end Colombia


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Morning News

Jul.15   New York   US protests after Florida verdict
  Protests have taken place across the US after George Zimmerman was cleared of murdering an unarmed black teenager

  Germany Adidas drops Gay after drug test fail  Sportswear manufacturer Adidas has suspended its sponsorship of sprinter Tyson Gay after the American failed a drugs test

  Madrid Spanish PM rejects resignation calls  Mariano Rajoy ays he will not give in to 'blackmail', amid calls for him to resign over alleged links to a suspect in a payments scandal

  Myanmar Burma 'to free political prisoners'  Burma will release all political prisoners 'by the end of the year', President Thein Sein has said during his first official visit to the UK.

Day News

  North Mexico   Zetas leader Miguel Angel Trevino captured Map of Nuevo Laredo Mexico
  Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, known as 'Z-40', head of the brutal Zetas drug cartel, has been captured, according to the Mexican government

  Cairo Morsi supporters clash with police  Hundreds of supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi have clashed with security forces in Cairo.

  US Georgia US execution stayed due to drug law  A death row inmate said to be mentally disabled has won a temporary reprieve in the state of Georgia over a lethal injection state law, a judge said

  Madrid Real Madrid tops Forbes' most valuable teams list  Real Madrid headed a trio of European soccer clubs at the top of a list of the world's 50 most valuable sports teams released by Forbes

  Colombia Farc: Colombia conflict nears end  Ivan Marquez, the chief peace negotiator for Farc rebel group, has said the armed conflict that has lasted more than five decades is nearing an end

  England Woman dies during English Channel charity swim  Susan Taylor, 34, a British, on a charity swim across the English Channel died during her bid, according to a post on her fundraising Facebook page

Evening News

  Moscow Putin: Snowden 'shifting position'  Russian President said that Edward Snowden appears to be 'shifting his position somewhat' when it comes to meeting Russia's conditions for asylum

  Australia Australia carbon tax to cost $3.5bn  The Australian government says its plan to scrap an unpopular carbon tax will cost A$3.8bn ($3.5bn; 2.3bn)

  Hong Kong China official to meet HK lawmakers  China's top representative in Hong Kong is set to meet the city's pro-democracy lawmakers, in what is being seen as an unprecedented meeting

San Francisco Bay Area , July 15, 2013 Timeline