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•  Putin Pledges to Help But Sees Limits on Role
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia said he would attempt to rein in pro-Russian separatists, but that Ukraine also needed to act to reduce tensions.
•  More Bodies Possible at Ukraine Crash Site, Forensics Officials Say
The bodies were met by forensic experts and other representatives of countries that had citizens on the jet downed last week in territory controlled by pro-Russian rebels.
•  Britain to Hold Inquiry Into Poisoning of Ex-K.G.B. Officer
The decision to look into the death of Alexander V. Litvinenko could be taken by Russia as a further rebuke as it faces Western opprobrium over its actions in Ukraine.
•  Israel Is Facing Difficult Choice in Gaza Conflict
With the lopsided casualty count mounting, world leaders are demanding a halt to the hostilities. But Israel?s ground invasion operation has uncovered more militants? tunnels than it expected.
•  Kerry Says U.S. Would Address Hamas Demands After Cease-Fire
Secretary of State John Kerry said Egypt had provided the framework for a cease-fire, but there was no indication that a deal was imminent.

BBC News: Politics
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•  EU to widen Russia sanctions
The EU will widen sanctions against Russia to include more individuals and consider targeting the defence sector, the Dutch foreign minister says.
•  Lib Dem MP criticised for Gaza tweet
Lib Dem MP David Ward is accused of making "vile comments" on social media about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
•  Labour's Frank Dobson to quit as MP
Former Labour cabinet member Frank Dobson announces he will stand down as an MP at the general election next year.
•  'Disturbing' Trojan inquiry findings
Nicky Morgan, the new education secretary, warns of evidence of intolerance in schools as the government's Trojan horse report is published.
•  175,000 migrants 'still missing'
The Home Office does not know if 175,000 people who have no right to be in the UK have left or not, auditors say. Headlines
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•  Survey: Book Buyers Leaving Amazon Because of Hachette Dispute
•  Build Your Corporate Culture Through (Non-Bogus) Words
•  Honoring Dan Markel: Life's Lessons
•  Koch Brothers Back 'Creepy Carenival' Where Clowns Deter Millenials From Obamacare
•  Apple: June Quarter Overall Good. Focus on September's Gross Margin And iPhone Potential

BBC News: technology
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•  YouTube star sued in copyright case
•  Nvidia unveils Shield gaming tablet
•  Xiaomi shows off phone and wristband

ARTS: NYTimes News
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•  ArtsBeat: ?Bullets Over Broadway,? the Musical, to Close Aug. 24
•  Theater Review: ?Drop Dead Perfect,? a Comedy With Everett Quinton
•  When a Museum?s Big Dreams Prove Too Ambitious

SPORTS: NYTimes News
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•  Tour de France 2014: Win for Michael Rogers; Shake-Up for Podium Places
•  Yankees Trade for Third Baseman Chase Headley
•  James Rodrguez Signs Six-Year Deal With Real Madrid

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