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After Court Ruling, 3 Immigration Detention Centers Could Close

Thousands of Central American families claiming asylum in the U.S. have been detained. A federal district court judge ruled that 3 facilities that hold these families aren't meeting legal standards.
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Career Diplomat Jeffrey DeLaurentis Is Charge D'Affaires In Havana

It's been a week since the U.S. and Cuba reopened their embassies in each other's capitals. Next up will be appointing ambassadors. Until then, Jeffrey DeLaurentis is the U.S.'s man in Havana.
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A Day Of Triumph In A Time Of Change: Cuba's High Holiday Explained

It's been 62 years since Fidel Castro launched the attack that began the Cuban revolution, and the country still marks the date. As tensions cool with the U.S., what does July 26 mean to Cubans today?
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Lebanon Evicted Syrians From A Refugee Camp; They Refused To Go

Tensions are rising between the flood of refugees and the Lebanese, who fear that the camps will become a drain on the country's resources. "We don't have anyplace to go," is one Syrian's cry.
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British Cyclist Chris Froome Wins Tour De France

The 30-year-old repeats his 2013 victory, beating back a late-stage attack by Colombian Nairo Quintana.
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Syria's Assad Admits Setbacks In Civil War, But Vows To Win

Speaking in a televised address in Damascus, Assad promised: "We will resist and we will win."
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Judge In Mexico Orders Prison Officials Detained In 'El Chapo' Escape

Joaquin Guzman slipped out of his cell on July 11, via an underground tunnel. He is believed to have had inside help in the jailbreak.
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While Obama Talks Security In Kenya, Al-Shabab Carries Out Attack In Somalia

The al-Qaida affiliated extremist group has claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb attack in Mogadishu that has killed at least 10 people.
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Tourists Worry: How Long Before Cuba Loses Its Nostalgic Charm?

As relations between Cuba and the U.S. move toward normalization, many worry Havana's iconic sites could be forever spoiled by an influx of tourists and cash.
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President Obama Urges Kenyans To 'Choose Path Of Progress'

The remarks came in a speech wrapping up his three-day visit to Kenya. Next, Obama goes to Ethiopia.

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