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•  Damascus Journal: On Streets of Syria?s Capital, Even the Sweet Is Sour
Declan Walsh provides an on-the-ground report from Syria?s capital, where residents, spared the worst of the violence, respond to a seemingly interminable war with skepticism and dark humor.
•  Israeli Gets Life in Prison for Murder of Palestinian Teenager
The sentence for the murder of a teenager who was abducted, choked, beaten and set on fire sealed a case that has roiled Israelis and Palestinians.
•  On the Ground in Aleppo: Bloodshed, Misery and Hope
The New York Times?s Cairo bureau chief reported from Aleppo, Syria, where inhabitants try to carry on despite a civil war?s inescapable reality.
•  Submit Your Questions About Syria for Declan Walsh
The Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times recently reported from Aleppo, Syria.
•  Putin Took Credit for the Boom. Now There?s a Bust.
Vladimir V. Putin, the Russian president, having long taken credit for boom times and cultivated an image of prowess, finds himself unable to end the nation?s longest recession since he came to power.

BBC News: Politics
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•  Javid orders probe into BHS collapse
Business Secretary Sajid Javid orders the Insolvency Service to investigate the collapse of BHS, as the former owner of the UK department store Sir Philip Green agrees to appear before MPs.
•  MP Shah to 'stand aside' from committee
MP Naz Shah "stands aside" from the Commons Home Affairs select committee "until current matters are resolved".
•  Corbyn predicts no council seat losses
Jeremy Corbyn predicts Labour will not lose any seats in Thursday's English council elections and dismisses reports of a possible challenge to his leadership.
•  Universal Credit 'veering off track'
The government's flagship benefit reform has "serious design flaws" and has "veered off track" because of cost-cutting, a think tank warns.
•  Farage: UKIP to win five seats in Wales
Nigel Farage predicts UKIP will win at least five seats on the Welsh Assembly as part of a UK-wide "breakthrough" in Thursday's polls. Headlines
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•  Regulations should be based on facts, not models
•  AIG's Losses Show The Smart Money Has Largely Avoided Hedge Funds
•  With The Rolling Stones And Paul McCartney, Desert Trip Festival Could Gross Over $50 Million
•  The Best Places For STEM Grads In 2016
•  The 10 Best Places For STEM Grads

BBC News: technology
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•  Has Craig Wright proved he is Satoshi?
•  Google given access to patient records
•  WoW opens door to private server team

ARTS: NYTimes News
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•  ?Hamilton? Makes History With 16 Tony Nominations
•  ?Hamilton? Aside, Where the Real Tony Competition Lies
•  ?Hamilton? Leads the Tony Award Nominations

SPORTS: NYTimes News
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•  After Wild Finish, Thunder Are Even With the Spurs
•  Leicester Won at 5,000-1 Odds. Who?s the Next Long Shot?
•  Leicester City Completes Rise by Clinching Premier League Title

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