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The Australian

Cairns stabbings: community in shock after eight children killed
The Australian
NEIGHBOURS, friends and family of the eight children murdered in Cairns today have laid flowers, lit candles and prayed at the site of the horrific crime. Police are expected to remain at the scene, at Murray street in the inner Cairns suburb of Manoora, ...
Cairns deaths: Eight children as young as 18 months 'stabbed to death' in ...The Independent
Eight children killed in Australia in reported mass stabbingReuters
Cairns deaths: Eight children found in Australian homeBBC News -Sydney Morning Herald -Irish Times
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ABC News

5 Sweeping Changes Recommended for Secret Service After Fence Jumper ...
ABC News
A bipartisan, independent panel scrutinizing the U.S. Secret Service after a man with a small knife in his pocket jumped the perimeter fence and made it deep inside the White House is recommending sweeping changes at the agency. The Secret Service's ...
Secret Service needs outside leadership to drive culture change, review findsWashington Times
Panel calls for deep changes at the Secret ServiceWashington Post
Secret Service needs to raise the White House fence, panel saysState Column
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Washington Post

Castro brothers' resistance to change could test renewed US-Cuba diplomacy
Washington Post
During the 47 years that he ruled the island, Fidel Castro was a dominant and near-daily presence in the lives of ordinary Cubans. He cajoled, lectured and admonished them, feuding with enemies — especially the United States — in looping, animated ...
Cuba's future unclear despite new relationship with
How the US tourist invasion will test the Cuban experimentThe Globe and Mail
Obama, Cuba and the Fierce Urgency of NowVoice of America
Huffington Post -ABC News -Bloomberg
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Times of India

In expanding offensives, Pakistan military kills at least 67 suspected militants
Washington Post
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A series of airstrikes and ground offensives killed at least 67 suspected militants in Pakistani's northwestern tribal areas, officials said Friday in an apparent sign of intensified military action after this week's Taliban school massacre.
Despite billions of dollars in aid, US unable to get Pakistan to confront militantsTimes of India
Pakistan's most hated man: volleyball player, child killerReuters
Pakistan military says it has killed 59 militants in clashes following Peshawar ...ABC Online
Daily Times -The Australian -The Atlantic
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The New Yorker

Tsarnaev appears in court for 1st time since 2013
Charlotte Observer
In this still images from aerial video provided by WHDH-TV in Boston, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, center wearing an orange jumpsuit, is transferred between vehicles in Devins, Mass., following his hearing in federal court Thursday ...
Todashev Relative Disrupts Tsarnaev Appearance in Federal
Boston Marathon bombing defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev back in courtSFGate
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev makes his first public appearance ...State Column
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ABC News

George Clooney Blames Hollywood Amid Sony Hack Attack
ABC News
George Clooney blasted North Korea in a new interview, criticizing the country following the cyberhacking attack that drove Sony to pull “the Interview” from theaters. But Clooney also blamed Hollywood, saying entertainment figures failed to sign a petition he ...
Clooney: Hollywood Refused To Stand Up To Threats Against SonyDaily Caller
Official: US will respond to North KoreaCNN
George Clooney unloads on Hollywood and the media over the Sony hacksVox
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Colorado sued by neighbors over legal marijuana
Marijuana's legalization has spread rapidly in the United States. (Photo: Luis Robayo, AFP/Getty Images). CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. DENVER (KUSA) - The attorneys general of Nebraska and Oklahoma sued Colorado in the U.S. ...
Nebraska and Oklahoma Take Colorado To Supreme Court On Pot Lawskwbe
"Pot Challenge": Okla., Neb. sue to stop Colo. marijuana lawCBS News
Colorado vows to defend pot law against states' challengeU-T San Diego

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Huffington Post

US Not Fully Prepared For Nuclear Terrorist Attack Or Large-Scale Natural ...
Huffington Post
WASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional audit says the federal government isn't fully prepared to handle a nuclear terrorist attack or large-scale natural catastrophe. It finds that the government lacks effective coordination and in some cases is years away from ...
US not fully prepared for nuclear terrorist attackSacramento Bee

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Pa. couple charged in boy's death waives hearing
WRGT TV Fox 45
HONEY BROOK, Pa. (AP) -- A Philadelphia-area couple charged in the torture death of the woman's 3-year-old son will head to trial after waiving their preliminary hearings. Jillian Tait and Gary Lee Fellenbaum III are accused of shopping, napping and eating ...

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Channel News Asia

Iraqi Kurdish Forces Break Mount Sinjar Siege
Wall Street Journal
Iraqi Kurdish forces battling Islamic State militants managed to open up a corridor to Sinjar Mountain in Iraq following a two-day military operation. Transcript +. This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate. ... I I ... do you ...
Iraq Kurds press fightback as top jihadi reported killedThe Daily Star
Kurdish Fighters Regain Territory from ISIS in Most Successful Offensive YetTIME
Iraq Kurds press fightback as top jihadist reported killedZee News

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