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"Day of Rage" Protests Erupt in Jerusalem, West Bank

Israeli security forces surrounded Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday as Palestinian leaders called for a “day of rage” after massive protests shook the West Bank overnight, NBC News reported. Confrontations between Palestinians and police erupted in East Jerusalem Friday during a protest to show solidarity with people in the Gaza Strip, where Israeli strikes have killed more than 800 since July 8. In the West Bank, three Palestinians were shot in separate incidents involving both the Israeli army and a civilian, medics and witnesses said, Reuters reported. Meanwhile, Israel's Security Cabinet is set to meet Friday to discuss international cease-fire efforts, but also the option of expanding its eight-day-old ground operation in Gaza, a defense official told The Associated Press. Read »
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Foster Child Left in Hot Car Dies in Kansas

A 10-month-old foster child died after being left in a car on a 90-degree day in a Wichita, Kansas, neighborhood, police said Friday. The foster parents, two men ages 26 and 29, were questioned and the older one was booked on a charge of child endangerment while the investigation in the Thursday evening tragedy continues, NBC News reported. Their names were not released. "The child had been picked up from the babysitter somewhere around four o'clock in the afternoon...and somehow forgotten inside of the vehicle," Lt. Todd Ojile said. Read »
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Dutch Mourn as More Crash Bodies Arrive From Ukraine

Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014 at 10:09 PM

He is a 24-hours president and communications allow him to do his job anywhere.  

— White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz answering a question from reporters about whether Pres. Obama needs to return to the White House.
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Friday, Jul 25, 2014 at 7:49 AM

Weather Blamed in Africa Jet Crash; Black Box Found

A passenger jet that crashed after vanishing over west Africa was likely brought down in northern Mali by bad weather, French officials said, NBC News reported. The wreckage of Air Algerie Flight AH5017 was found in the town of Gossi and French soldiers secured on of its black boxes, France's president said. Operated by Spain-based Swiftair, the jet had been traveling from Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, to Algiers, when it lost contact with air traffic controllers about 50 minutes into the flight. President Francois Holland announced there were no survivors among the 118 onboard, The Associated Press reported. Read »
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