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•  Putting Their Differences Aside, U.S. and Turkey Confront ISIS
The two countries will clear the Islamic State forces out of a 60-mile-long strip along the Turkish border, a major step toward increasing pressure on the militant group.
•  Lack of Pause in Yemen War Delays Aid
Saudi Arabia had promised to cease fighting so that groups could deliver aid to millions of starving Yemenis, but there was no indication that would happen on Monday as planned.
•  Obama Calls Ethiopian Government ?Democratically Elected?
President Obama?s remarks came two months after the governing party and its allies won every seat in Parliament in elections condemned as a sham by human rights groups.
•  Obama, in Ethiopia, Addresses South Sudan Conflict
He convened a meeting to try to forge peace in the new country, the birth of which four years ago was the capstone of his Africa policy.
•  Drugged, Kidnapped and Enslaved
In 2011, Asorasak Thamma was kidnapped in Thailand and enslaved on a fishing boat. Interviewed last year, he had not been home since.

BBC News: Politics
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•  Police investigating drug claim peer
Police launch a criminal investigation after former Deputy Lords Speaker Lord Sewel was filmed allegedly taking drugs with prostitutes.
•  PM in foreign home-buyers warning
Homes in the UK are being bought by foreigners with "plundered or laundered cash", David Cameron is to warn.
•  No need for another referendum - PM
There is "no need" for another Scottish independence referendum, which would have to be "legal, fair and properly constituted", David Cameron says.
•  Osborne hopeful of 'win-win' EU deal
George Osborne says he is encouraged by the attitude of other EU members to the UK's reform agenda but won't be drawn on a likely referendum date.
•  Labour Party 'should not split'
The two candidates hoping to become the next leader of Scottish Labour reject calls for the party to break away from UK Labour. Headlines
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•  Note To Greece: Mixing Currency And Politics Doesn't Work
•  China President Xi Jinping "Is In A Major Squeeze Play" As Stocks Plunge Anew
•  2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Photo Gallery
•  2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Test Drive And Review: Fourth Generation Grand Slam
•  Hawking, Musk, Wozniak Freaked About Artificial Intelligence Getting A Trigger Finger

BBC News: technology
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•  Rapper 'hologram' stopped by police
•  Apple fake factory 'caught in China'
•  Gift cards for phones offer launched

ARTS: NYTimes News
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•  Critic's Notebook: Newport Folk Festival Pays Tribute, With a Jolt, to Dylan and Seeger
•  Metropolitan Museum Draws Record Crowds
•  Review: ?The Wreckers,? a Tale of Piracy, Love and Betrayal

SPORTS: NYTimes News
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•  Trying to Track Every Move They Make
•  Braves Take Unorthodox Approach to Overhaul
•  With New Leader, Changes Could Come to Cup Events

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