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B. 07-09 Brotherhood rejects Egypt poll plan Egypt
C. 07-09 Tampering alleged in runaway train Lac-Megantic, Canada
3. 07-09 Ohio kidnap victims thank public Cleveland, Ohio
4. 07-09 Car bomb rocks south Beirut suburbs Beirut
F. 07-09 Egypt's interim president limits his powers Cairo
07-09 Egypt appoints new government officials Cairo
H. 07-09 Chinese official reiterates hardline stance on Dalai Lama Beijing
8. 07-09 Criminal probe in Quebec train blast Lac-Megantic, Canada
J. 07-09 Illinois to allow concealed guns Illinois

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Jul.9   Egypt   Brotherhood rejects Egypt poll plan   Muslim Brotherhood has rejected a timetable for new elections laid out by interim president Adly Mansour, saying it is illegitimate

  Canada   Tampering alleged in runaway train Map of Lac-Megantic Canada  The chairman of the company whose driverless train barreled into the small Quebec town believes it had been tampered with

  Ohio Ohio kidnap victims thank public  Three women allegedly held captive for about a decade by a man in Cleveland have broken their silence to thank the public for its support

  Beirut Car bomb rocks south Beirut suburbs  A car bomb has wounded dozens of people in a stronghold of Lebanon's Shia militant group Hezbollah in Beirut

  Cairo Egypt's interim president limits his powers  Adly Mansour has issued a constitutional declaration giving himself limited power to make laws, and outlined a timetable for elections

Day News


  Cairo     Egypt appoints new government officials
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  Former Finance Minister Hazem el-Beblawi is the new interim prime minister and opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei is now vice president


  Beijing Chinese official reiterates hardline stance on Dalai Lama  China's top official for ethnic affairs indicated there will be no softening of the Communist Party's struggle against the Dalai Lama

  Canada Criminal probe in Quebec train blast  A criminal inquiry has been launched in Canada into the derailment of an oil train that killed at least 15 people in a small Quebec town on Saturday

  Illinois Illinois to allow concealed guns  Illinois has become the last state in the US to allow residents to carry concealed handguns, after lawmakers overrode the governor's veto

  Italy Dogs used to smuggle drugs to Italy  An Italian judge has ordered 49 suspected Latin American gang members to stand trial for allegedly using dogs to smuggle cocaine into the country

  San Francisco Bay Area Pilot 'knew' crash plane was too low  The senior pilot in the cockpit of Asiana flight 214 realised the plane was too low when it was flying at only 500ft (152m), an official has said

Evening News


  Canada   Evidence criminal act may have led to train crash
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  Canadian authorities have found evidence that a criminal act may have led to a train crash in Quebec, that killed at least 15 people


  Egypt   Liberal opposition rejects transition plan   The National Salvation Front (NSF) has rejected interim leader Adly Mansour's decree, which sets a new poll timetable to stop the unrest.

  Moscow Snowden's future up in the air after retracted tweet  A tweet by a Russian lawmaker announced that Snowden had accepted Venezuela's asylum. But the lawmaker who sent the twee deleted the message

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