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France Remembers World War I

THE NEW YORK TIMES

A surge of interest in World War I hasn’t set off any new debate. Historians agree: This is a very consensual centennial.
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on Tue Jul 29 3:24 AM

US tries to calm fears as Ebola virus spreads - Africa

AL JAZEERA

National security adviser says spread of deadly virus "grave concern" after two American aid workers develop infection.
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on Tue Jul 29 1:02 AM

Ebola poses little threat to US, say CDC officials

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

Health officials monitoring an Ebola outbreak in Africa say the risk to the United States is remote and there continue to be no travel restrictions to West Africa.
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on Tue Jul 29 12:02 AM

Secrets, lies and sex abuse as ex-sect leader chooses life on the inside

WORLDWIDE RELIGIOUS NEWS

Chris Johnston ("The Age," July 28, 2014) Guilt can be a heavy burden - and this seems to be the case with the latest chapter in the disturbing story of a senior Victorian sect leader now in jail on child sex charges. Ten days ago...
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on Tue Jul 29 12:00 AM

First Friday returns to Perrysburg

TOLEDO BLADE

Downtown Perrysburg Inc.‘‍s First Friday series continues this week, but with a toss-in-the-bin twist.
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on Mon Jul 28 9:16 PM

U.S. report says religious freedom in Cuba is bad but getting better - Cuba

MIAMI HERALD

A U.S. State Department report says religious leaders admit they censor themselves when they preach.
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on Mon Jul 28 8:56 PM

The return of Ebola and the spread of fear

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

The worst outbreak of the incurable disease sows panic in some of the poorest countries in the world. As the number of dead in West Africa soars to more than 670, a new case raises fears the virus may spread due to poor screening of travellers
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on Mon Jul 28 6:26 PM

PolitiFact and PunditFact fact-check the debate over immigration

POLITIFACT

The influx of unaccompanied children at the U.S.-Mexico border is pushing security officials to their limits and putting pressure on President Barack Obama and Congress to take some sort of action. Politicians and talking heads have been...
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on Mon Jul 28 3:04 PM

How Terrifying Is the New Ebola Outbreak?

MOTHER JONES

Two US aid workers in Liberia recently became the latest victims of an Ebola epidemic that health experts are calling "out of control" and the deadliest outbreak of the virus in history. The disease has a high fatality rate. There have been over...
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