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Elite Iraqi commander says harder fighting ISIS than Israel in ‘73

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Stormy Daniel makes Gantz's company fold

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Trump lowering pressure on N.Korea weakens negotiation position with Iran

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Hamas chief: We will liberate all our prisoners, thwart "Zionist" attacks

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Anatomy of Palestinian riots and how Israel works to prevent violence

Over the weekend tensions were high in the West Bank and there were predictions that clashes would erupt between Israeli security forces and Palestinian demonstrators. Most of the fears proved unfounded as demonstrations were dispersed or confined to Palestin… [+5534 chars]

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Amazon is building an air hub in Texas — and that means more bad news for FedEx and UPS, Morgan Stanley says (AMZN)

Ted S. Warren / AP Images Amazon is expanding its reach in air delivery with a new air hub in Texas, and that's a threat to legacy delivery giants UPS and FedEx, according to a new analysis from Morgan Stanley. Amazon said earlier this week that it planned to… [+1465 chars]

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Amazon is building an air hub in Texas — and that means more bad news for FedEx and UPS, Morgan Stanley says (AMZN)

Ted S. Warren / AP Images Amazon is expanding its reach in air delivery with a new air hub in Texas, and that's a threat to legacy delivery giants UPS and FedEx, according to a new analysis from Morgan Stanley. Amazon said earlier this week that it planned to… [+1465 chars]

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Cameras in a plastic surgeon's office: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet | CBC News

Miss something this week? Don't panic. CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get the Marketplace newsletter every Friday. Cameras in plastic surgeon's office It's probably safe to say that most people expe… [+4646 chars]

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Axios AM

Beto Fever has spread to Iowa. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, 46, the losing but charismatic Senate candidate from Texas, comes in third this morning in a Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom poll, behind only Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. But Axios' Alexi McCammond has dis… [+2374 chars]

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Pop-ups are popping up all over

More and more retail stores, restaurants, museums and other "experiences" are opening temporary spaces as "pop-up" operations. Some are proving so popular they're staying in place longer than expected. Luke Burbank reports on a new twist in retail that is fue…

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Almanac: The first vending machine patent

On December 16, 1884, William Henry Fruen patented his "Automatic Liquid-Drawing Device," leading the way to coin-operated vending machines dispensing a myriad of products. Jane Pauley reports.

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May's chief of staff DENIES he is working to call a second referendum

Theresa May's chief of staff denied he was working behind the Prime Minister's back to force through a second referendum today. Gavin Barwell insisted he backed the PM's view that a new vote would be divisive for the country and a betrayal of Leave voters in … [+11833 chars]

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Chester Zoo raises £40,000 in just hours after a devastating fire

Chester Zoo has announced that some of its animals died in yesterday's fire, as the attraction raised more than £70,000 in donations in barely 24 hours. Insects, frogs, fish and small birds were killed in the blaze which tore through the Monsoon Forest area o… [+5393 chars]

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Women surfers fight for gender pay equality in killer wave competition

For the first time, female surfers will compete for the same amount of prize money as their male counterparts. USA TODAY Bianca Valenti (Photo: Audrey Lambidakis) SAN FRANCISCO Bianca Valenti surfs waves that are as tall as five-story buildings. Thats a 50-fo… [+15685 chars]

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Boy, five, rescued from a devastating house fire dies in hospital

A brother and sister who were killed alongside their mother when a devastating fire tore through their home have been pictured for the first time. Justine Collison, 33, and her daughter Izzy, eight, died in the blaze in Collingham, near Newark, Nottinghamshir… [+5978 chars]

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A Government Shutdown Would Be Limited as Only Some Agencies Will Be Unfunded

A government shutdown sparked by a fight between President Donald Trump and Democrats over his demand for a border wall would have a smaller impact than others in recent years. Congress and Trump previously approved funding bills for three quarters of the $1.… [+4584 chars]

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Andrew Chen on Twitter

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Forced labour being used in China’s ‘re-education’ camps

When Abel Amantay, an ethnically Kazakh citizen of China, returned to the western Chinese region of Xinjiang last year to register his Kazakhstan green card, he was detained and sent to Jinghe countys re-education centre in Bortala prefecture. After finally o… [+5743 chars]

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The fall of Sears

At its peak, Sears, Roebuck was the largest retailer in the world. And then, the company that dominated the department store and mail order business for much of the 20th century officially filed for bankruptcy, buckling under its massive debt load and stagger…

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