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Syrian army kills 80 people attack Hama (Reuters)

AMMAN (Reuters) – Syrian tanks banishment shells and machineguns stormed a city of Hama on Sunday, murdering 80 civilians, rights activists said, in one of a bloodiest days in a renouned rebel opposite President Bashar al-Assad. The attack on Hama, stage of a 1982 electrocute when Assad’s father dejected an Islamist uprising, began during...
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Reid backs debt understanding if other Democrats will: help (Reuters)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senate Democratic personality Harry Reid will support a indeterminate debt-ceiling understanding as prolonged as other Democrats behind it as well, a orator pronounced on Sunday. “Senator Reid has sealed off on a debt-ceiling agreement tentative congress approval,” orator Adam Jentleson said. (Reporting by Andy Sullivan; modifying by Christopher Wilson) Article source:...
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Verlander flirts with no-hitter, Tigers tip Angels (AP)

DETROIT – Justin Verlander came within 4 outs of another no-hitter, outpitching an indignant Jered Weaver as a Detroit Tigers kick a Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Sunday in a irritable diversion that grew quite exhilarated in a late innings. Maicer Izturis lined an RBI singular to left margin with dual outs in a...
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Debt roof repair could meant problems for states (AP)

HARTFORD, Conn. – The cost of a concede indispensable to lift a sovereign debt roof will expected inflict some-more mercantile pain on states still struggling to redeem from a retrogression and a finish of sovereign impulse spending. While a sum of a spending cuts to states sojourn unclear, lawmakers from both parties have discussed...
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US Airways pilots repudiate bootleg work slack (Reuters)

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A kinship representing US Airways Group Inc pilots on Sunday deserted a carrier’s accusations that it was enlivening an bootleg work slowdown, ensuing in some-more moody and container delays and increasing cancellations. US Airways had on Friday filed a lawsuit in a U.S. District Court in Charlotte, North Carolina, seeking...
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Shots dismissed nearby George Clinton unison in Cleveland (Reuters)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (Reuters) – A sharpened occurred circuitously a family togetherness festival in Cleveland headlined by despondency musician George Clinton, military pronounced on Sunday. Shots were dismissed in a parking lot of a circuitously foodstore, “relatively close” to Luke Easter Park, where a annual “Family Unity In a Park” festival was hold on Saturday,...
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In debt debate, pols drive off metaphorical cliff (AP)

WASHINGTON – Not too long ago there was lofty talk of doing something big. Of a reasonable path. Of a grand bargain. That was a few weeks and a few thousand tortured metaphors ago. The debate over raising the federal debt limit has triggered a spiral of rhetorical one-upmanship that has all sides stretching...
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Dem group raises $5M to counter Republican ads (AP)

WASHINGTON – An outside group founded this spring by two former Obama White House advisers has raked in millions in donations since April, relying in part on top-flight fundraisers and labor unions to counter GOP-leaning ads critical of the president and congressional Democrats. Priorities USA Action, an independent group founded by former Obama aides...
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‘Really close’ to debt deal as deadline nears (AP)

WASHINGTON – Racing to avoid a government default, President Barack Obama and Republican congressional leaders reached urgently for a compromise Sunday to permit vital borrowing by the Treasury in exchange for more than $2 trillion in long-term spending cuts. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said the two sides were “really, really close” to a...
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World warns of disaster if no debt deal done (Reuters)

LONDON/TOKYO, Jul (Reuters) – Governments and policy makers around the world warned of the risk of financial disaster if Washington fails to raise the U.S. debt ceiling. As Congress haggled over a deal to stave off the risk of an unprecedented U.S. default, British and Japanese officials on Sunday said failure could hurt households...
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