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07-29 Dozens killed, injured in China terror attack Shache County, Xinjiang, Western China
C. 07-29 Hamas rejects Palestinian cease-fire call Gaza
3. 07-29 Body of 'apparent stowaway' found in U.S. Air Force plane Ramstein Air Base, West Germany
E. 07-29 Last surviving Hiroshima bomb crew member dies US Georgia
5. 07-29 Los Angeles flood hits university UCLA, Los Angeles
6. 07-29 West Africa flight ban over Ebola Liberia
H. 07-29 US and EU widen sanctions on Russia Washington
8. 07-29 6 die after being swept away by swollen river Agua Prieta, North Mexico
J. 07-29 Former Khmer Rouge leaders begin genocide trial Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Jul.29   Western China   Dozens killed, injured in China terror attack Map of Shache County Xinjiang China
  A gang wielding knives and axes attacked civilians, a police station, government offices and smashed vehicles in a restive region of China


  Gaza     Hamas rejects Palestinian cease-fire call
  Hamas and Israel blamed one another Tuesday for the lack of a cease-fire in a conflict that has left more than 1,200 people dead


  West Germany   Body of 'apparent stowaway' found in U.S. Air Force plane Map of Ramstein Air Base Germany  The body of an apparent stowaway was found in the wheel well of a plane that traveled around Africa before returning to an American base

  US Georgia Last surviving Hiroshima bomb crew member dies  Theodore Van Kirk, the last surviving member of the US air crew that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima has died in Georgia aged 93

  Los Angeles Los Angeles flood hits university  A burst water main on Los Angeles' iconic Sunset Boulevard has caused flooding at the University of California, Los Angeles

  Liberia West Africa flight ban over Ebola  Asky, a major West African airline has stopped flying to Liberia and Sierra Leone amid growing concern about the spread of the deadly Ebola virus

Day News


  Washington     US and EU widen sanctions on Russia
  President Barack Obama has announced new economic sanctions against Russia, saying they will make Russia's 'weak economy even weaker'


  North Mexico 6 die after being swept away by swollen river  More than 200 rescue crews were searching Tuesday for those missing in and around the Cabullona River in the municipality of Agua Prieta

Evening News


  Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge leaders begin genocide trial  Khieu Samphan, the former head of state, and Nuon Chea, Pol Pot's deputy, the last surviving leaders of the regime are to begin their second trial

  Eastern Libya Libya militias seize Benghazi special forces base  A special forces base in the Libyan city of Benghazi has been seized by militias, fighters and officials say

  Guinea Guinea concert stampede kills 24  At least 24 people have died in a stampede at a beach concert in the capital of Guinea, to mark the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan

San Francisco Bay Area , July 29, 2014 Timeline