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Beijing Blasts U.S. Plan To Name Road By Embassy After Dissident

An amendment working its way through Congress would rename the street in front of the Chinese Embassy after Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo. China called it a "sheer farce."
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Could The Ebola Outbreak Spread To Europe Or The U.S.?

The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest in history. And it's spreading in a city with an international airport. So what's the risk of a sick traveler bringing the virus to the West?
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World Cup: As Tournament Heats Up, Protests Simmer Down

American soccer fans are tuning in to the tournament in huge numbers. Host Michel Martin checks in with sports writers Dave Zirin and Ricardo Zuniga about the latest happenings at the World Cup.
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In Nigeria, Pressure Continues To 'Bring Back Our Girls'

It's been more than two months since the Nigerian school girls were kidnapped, and they're still missing. Host Michel Martin learns more about what the government is doing to find them.
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In Emotional Scene, Teen Survivors Of South Korea Ferry Return To School

Only 75 of the 323 students aboard the ferry Sewol survived after the ship sank in April. Some bowed their heads and wept as they walked into Danwon High School in Ansan, South Korea.
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Spanish Princess Is Indicted In Corruption Case

The court decision is one of the last steps before a possible trial for Princess Cristina and her husband. They have denied wrongdoing and said they would appeal the latest ruling.
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Suarez Bite Controversy Pays Off For Gamblers

A European betting service is paying gamblers who bet that Uruguay's Luis Suarez would use his teeth in anger in Brazil's World Cup.
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Militants Kill Senior Iraqi Army Leader; Maliki Resists Changes

In the face of gains by extremist Sunni militants, Iraq's Shiite leader rejects calls for a unity government. The ISIS force has reportedly been attacked by Syrian warplanes in Iraq.
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British Air Mixes Up Granada With Grenada

Edward Gamson used frequent flyer miles on a first class ticket to Granada, Spain. Instead, he found himself on a plane to Grenada in the Caribbean.
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Cuba Maintains U.S. Embargo Is Harsh Financial Persecution

On his recent trip to Cuba, David Greene sat down with Josefina Vidal to talk about the state of U.S.-Cuban affairs. Vidal is director of U.S. Relations for the Cuban Foreign Ministry.

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