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06-23 Pakistan heatwave: toll nears 700 Sindh, Karachi
C. 06-23 US announces new tank and artillery deployment in Europe Baltics
D. 06-23 Oscar-winning Titanic composer dies in crash Santa Barbara, Southern California
4. 06-23 Two British teenagers arrested over Auschwitz theft Auschwitz, Poland
F. 06-23 Kurds 'capture Syrian town north of Raqqa' Ain Issa, Northern Syria
6. 06-23 ISIS reportedly gives away sex slaves as prizes in Koran contest Syria
7. 06-23 US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks WikiLeaks
I. 06-23 Confederate flag protests spread across US South Carolina
J. 06-23 Hungary suspends key EU asylum rule Hungary

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Jun.23   Karachi   Pakistan heatwave: toll nears 700 Map of Sindh Pakistan
  Pakistan's prime minister has called for emergency measures as the death toll from a heatwave in southern Sindh province reached nearly 700


  Baltics     US announces new tank and artillery deployment in Europe
  The US is to deploy heavy weapons in a number of European nations, amid Nato concerns over Russia's role in Ukraine


  Southern California Oscar-winning Titanic composer dies in crash  James Horner, the Hollywood composer who wrote the Oscar-winning score for Titanic, has died in a California plane crash aged 61

  Poland Two British teenagers arrested over Auschwitz theft  Two teenagers have 'apologised unreservedly' for 'picking up items without thinking' from the former Auschwitz death camp, their Cambridge school says

  Northern Syria Kurds 'capture Syrian town north of Raqqa'  Kurdish fighters in northern Syria say they have captured Ain Issa from Islamic State, just 50km from the group's headquarters at Raqqa

  Syria ISIS reportedly gives away sex slaves as prizes in Koran contest  ISIS has a new contest in which female slaves captured in war are given away as 'prizes' to fighters who show the have mastered the Koran

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  WikiLeaks     US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks
  The National Security Agency (NSA) spied on Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande in 2006-12, WikiLeaks says


  South Carolina   Confederate flag protests spread across US Map of South Carolina  Pressure is mounting to withdraw the Confederate battle flag across the US, after S. Carolina lawmakers called for its removal from the state house

  Hungary Hungary suspends key EU asylum rule  Hungary has suspended a key EU rule that says it must take back asylum seekers who first enter Hungary but travel on to other countries

  Kenya Fire destroys parts of largest market in Kenya  A fire has consumed parts of Gikomba Market in Nairobi, destroying an area where vendors sell second-hand clothes imported from Western countries

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  Canada 19 injured in double-decker bus crash  A double-decker bus collided with a tractor-trailer on a major highway in eastern Ontario, injuring at least 23 people, four of them seriously

  Guinea Ebola crisis in Guinea 'has set back malaria fight'  74,000 cases of malaria went untreated in 2014 because clinics were either closed or patients were too scared to seek help

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