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Google might have accidentally leaked the locations of sensitive military bases in India
Israeli embassy tweets images of jihadist Mona Lisa and Michaelangelo's David
ISIS denies UN claim that it ordered female genital mutilation in Mosul
China launches corruption investigation into one of the country's most influential politicians of the last decade
Malia Obama ↑ President isn’t quite ready to send eldest daughter to college. Those are tuition tears.… via @YahooNews
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Why Keith Alexander thinks he's worth a million dollars a month: via @ForeignPolicy
EU-led inquiry finds 'compelling indications' of organ harvesting during the Kosovo war
Kanye West wins lawsuit against Kanye-themed cryptocurrency Coinye
Israel knocks out #Gaza's only power plant as it digs in for a long fight
Marta, a pro-Russia rebel near #Horlivka #Ukraine. In her normal life, she's a cook at a pizza parlor.
The BuzzFeed Plagiarism Scandal, As Explained by GIFs from the 2003 Drama 'Shattered Glass'
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Fisheries could collapse in Alaska 'literally overnight' due to ocean acidification:
For $525,000 and $25,000 a year in taxes, John Cheever's Ossining House can be yours
Why Europe's Jews are fleeing once again:
"Israel has consistently misjudged Hamas in this war"
A huge fuel depot in Libya's capital burns out of control, set ablaze in fighting between rival militias
Sarah Palin is getting her own TV channel
The government owns your DNA. What are they doing with it?
As U.S. begins crude exports, it faces an awkward rivalry with Iran
Car plows through group dressed as zombies from 'The Walking Dead' at Comic-Con #SDCC
Following outrage over Conchita, Russia is reviving its own Soviet Eurovision via @NewsweekEurope
Dollar Tree to buy rival Family Dollar for $8.5 billion, creating North America's biggest discount retailer
U.S. government fails to effectively track many of the more than 465,000 light weapons it supplied to Afghanistan
On the World War I centenary, a reporter chases a memory and the remains of a history that Italy has largely rejected