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B. 07-07 Jet disaster averted in Barcelona near-miss El Prat airport, Barcelona
C. 07-07 Hamas vows revenge for Gaza strikes Gaza
3. 07-07 Netanyahu: Teen's murder 'abhorrent' Jerusalem
4. 07-07 Merkel concerned over US spy claims Berlin
5. 07-07 Catholic bishops will be held accountable for protecting youths Vatican
G. 07-07 Former Georgia President Eduard Shevardnadze dies Tiblisi, Georgia
H. 07-07 Real Madrid Says Alfredo Di Stefano Has Died at Age 88 Madrid
07-07 Afghanistan's Ashraf Ghani leads in early vote count Kabul

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Jul.7   Barcelona   Jet disaster averted in Barcelona near-miss Map of El Prat airport Spain
  A passenger jet preparing to leave taxied across a runway where another was about to land, forcing the arriving plane to abort its landing


  Gaza     Hamas vows revenge for Gaza strikes   The Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas has promised that Israel will 'pay a tremendous price' after eight militants were killed overnight

  Jerusalem     Netanyahu: Teen's murder 'abhorrent'  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday spoke with the father of the Palestinian teenager who was burned alive in Jerusalem last week

  Chiapas   2 dead in magnitude-6.9 earthquake in southern Mexico, Guatemala Map of Puerto Madero Mexico  At least one person was killed as an earthquake struck Monday morning in southern Chiapas state near the border with Guatemala

  Berlin Merkel concerned over US spy claims  German Chancellor Angela Merkel has voiced concern about an alleged US spy in German intelligence, in her first comments on the affair

  Vatican Catholic bishops will be held accountable for protecting youths  Catholic bishops 'will be held accountable' for failing to protect children from sexual abuse, Pope Francis said

  Georgia Former Georgia President Eduard Shevardnadze dies  Eduard Shevardnadze, whose political career seesawed between two extremes, has died. He was 86

  Madrid Real Madrid Says Alfredo Di Stefano Has Died at Age 88  He was a former Argentine-Spanish footballer and coach, widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time

Day News


  Kabul   Afghanistan's Ashraf Ghani leads in early vote count
  Former Afghan Finance Minister Ashraf Ghani is leading the race to replace Hamid Karzai as president, according to preliminary results
 Ghani won 56.44% of votes in the run-off. His rival Abdullah Abdullah had 43.56%. Both men have alleged fraud in the election


  Donbass     Rebels blamed as Ukraine bridges hit
Map of Donetsk Ukraine
  Three bridges have been destroyed on roads leading into the city of Donetsk on Monday ahead of an expected offensive from government forces


  Chicago Nine dead in single Chicago weekend  Chicago's police chief has blamed weak gun laws after a string of shootings over the holiday weekend that killed at least nine and injured dozens

  Rio de Janeiro World Cup tickets official arrested  Police have arrested Ray Whelan, the chief executive of a Fifa partner company as part of investigations into the illegal sale of World Cup tickets

  Southern Israel Israel hit by Hamas rocket salvo  The Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas has fired a volley of rockets into southern Israel prompting air strikes by Israeli forces

  Washington U.S. officials: 'No reason to doubt' it's al-Baghdadi in video   The United States 'has no reason to doubt' the authenticity of a video that purports to show ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi delivering a sermon

Evening News


  Gaza     Israel launches new air strikes on Gaza Strip
  Israel has carried out more air strikes on the Gaza Strip, following dozens of rockets fired by the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas


  Japan   Japan braced for Typhoon Neoguri Map of Okinawa Japan  Hundreds of thousands of people have been urged to seek shelter as a powerful typhoon passes over Japan's Okinawa island chain

  Northern Japan Leak at Fukushima nuclear plant threatens meltdown  Trouble is looming at nuclear plant, as a leak has forced the shutdown of a cooling system that could cause temperatures to exceed dangerous levels

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