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•  Gaza Fighting Intensifies as Cease-Fire Falls Apart
The deadly 25-day conflict between Israel and Hamas took a new deadly turn just as both sides had agreed to pause hostilities.
•  Obama Casts Doubt on Chances of Gaza Cease-Fire
President Obama on Friday demanded that Hamas release a captured Israeli soldier unconditionally and expressed pessimism that another cease-fire could be reached.
•  In Tunnel War, Israeli Playbook Offers Few Ideas
Though Israel knew about Hamas?s tunnels, it has been surprised by how the militant group trained its fighters to use them.
•  Uganda Anti-Gay Law Struck Down by Court
A panel of five judges ruled on narrow technical grounds, preserving the possibility that the measure could be altered and revived.
•  Ebola Virus Is Outpacing Efforts to Control It, World Health Body Warns
Leaders of the affected countries and the head of the World Health Organization introduced a $100 million plan to combat the disease that will allow hundreds of medical professionals to be deployed to West Africa.

BBC News: Politics
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•  Immigration inspector John Vine quits
The independent chief inspector of borders and immigration, John Vine, who has been highly critical of the immigration system, will step down more than six months early.
•  Tory MP says Israel tactics 'brutal'
An ex-defence minister condemns Israel's Gaza offensive after a ceasefire fails, as the foreign secretary says both sides must "act proportionately".
•  Miliband London job claim criticised
Ed Miliband's claim that "four out of five" new jobs in Britain were in London has been questioned by the UK statistics watchdog.
•  No 10 'meddling in BBC boss search'
David Cameron is accused by former Labour ministers of "interfering" in the search for a new chair of the BBC Trust.
•  Whistleblowers get rough deal - MPs
The treatment of employees in public services who raise concerns about wrongdoing is often "shocking", a group of MPs says. Headlines
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•  Paul George's Horrific Injury Was Preventable
•  Where Truly Original Ideas Come From
•  The Not-So-Broken-Windows Theory Of Company Culture And Excellence
•  Bill Gates To Help Launch Philanthropic Education Program In China
•  The 'Dean' of Leadership Gurus Passes At 89

BBC News: technology
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•  Wearables tracked with Raspberry Pi
•  'Draconian' Russian net law enacted
•  Microsoft told to provide Irish data

ARTS: NYTimes News
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•  First Extended Talks at Met End Without a Labor Deal
•  Music Review: Richard Goode Plays Bach and Schubert
•  ?Little White Lie,? Lacey Schwartz?s Film About Self-Discovery

SPORTS: NYTimes News
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•  Red Sox 4, Yankees 3: Yanks Fall to Red Sox as Day of Debuts Follows Day of Deals
•  Roundup: Phillies Edge Nationals After Putting Lee on D.L.
•  Pacers? Paul George Badly Injured

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