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(LPP) After five days of continuous fighting, Israel has widened its air assault against Hamas as the Palestinians say their death toll rose to over 125 on Saturday. (July 12) Copyright 2014 The Associated Press   Israel Widens Attack As Gaza Death Toll Rises by associatedpress
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(LPP) Kiel startete traditionell in die Kieler Woche 2014. Marinesoldaten standen Spallier und ein gut gelaunter Bundespräsident nahm bei seiner Ankunft vor dem Rathaus ein Bad in der Menge – Selfies inklusive.   Selfie mit Gauck: Bundespräsident eröffnet Kieler Woche by Zoomin Euro 2012 DE
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(LPP) Moscow has angrily condemned a violent protest outside its embassy in Kyiv, which saw windows smashed, cars overturned and the Russian flag being torn down.  A crowd of around a hundred demonstrators gathered outside calling on Russia to go home. The protest followed the shooting down, earlier on Saturday, of a Ukrainian military aircraft, killing 40 paratroopers and nine crew. Russia has accused Ukraine’s police of doing nothing to stop the attack.  One protesters said: ‘‘Russia is sponsoring aggression and terrorism. What kind of diplomatic relations can we have after 49 of our servicemen were killed today? Every day…
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(LPP) Following an extremist insurgency in Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant against the Shi'ite-led government. The Pentagon has sent the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush into the Gulf as a preventative measure. It's an order Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel hopes will provide the Commander-in-Chief flexibility -- a military option the Defense Department says is "required to protect American lives." U.S. President Barack Obama, however, has said that he will not send U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq. The aircraft carrier is among the largest in its class in the world.   Pentagon orders…
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(LPP) In east Ukraine, government officials have accused pro-Russian separatists of seizing election commission offices in a bid to derail Sunday’s presidential poll. The latest tension raises further doubts over whether voting will go ahead in Ukraine’s eastern regions where rebels remain in control. The self-appointed parliamentary speaker of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Denis Pushilin, said: “Of course there will be attempts but we are not planning to hold any vote. How can we hold an election of a neighbouring country in our territory?” Despite the rebels efforts, officials loyal to Kyiv in Donetsk say they are working hard to…
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(LPP) Vom Klimawandel bis zur Sklaverei reichen die Themen auf dem dritten Weltkongress des Internationalen Gewerkschaftsbundes. Er vertritt mehr als 300 Dachgewerkschaften und rund 175 Millionen Arbeitnehmer. Ziel der Gewerkschaften ist eine bessere Zusammenarbeit gegen das Verhalten von Global Players. Journal-Homepage: http://www.dw.de/programm/journal/s-3230-9801   Arbeitnehmerrechte in der Zeit der Globalisierung | Journal by DW (Deutsch)
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(LPP) Über 350 Millionen EU-Bürger sind am 15. Mai aufgerufen, ein neues Europaparlament zu wählen. Doch welche Aufgaben haben die Abgeordneten überhaupt? Wie arbeiten sie? Und welchen Effekt hat die anhaltende Krise in vielen Ländern auf das Wahlergebnis? Zur Europawahl 2014 präsentiert AFPTV die wichtigsten Informationen zum EU-Parlament.   Europawahl 2014: So funktioniert das EU-Parlament by Agence France-Presse (AFP)
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(LPP) Mehr Journal-Interviews unter: http://www.dw.de/journal / Im Gespräch: Martin Schulz. Spitzenkandidat der europäischen Sozialdemokraten Martin Schulz, geb. 1955 in Eschweiler, ist seit Januar 2012 Präsident des Europäischen Parlamentes. Bei dieser Europawahl bewerben sich erstmals Spitzenkandidaten um das Amt des Präsidenten der EU-Kommission. Für die europäischen Sozialdemokraten tritt Martin Schulz an. Etwa 39 Prozent der Deutschen wünschen sich den Landsmann an der Spitze der EU-Kommission. Aber bei der ARD-DeutschlandTrend-Sonntagsfrage zur Europawahl bleibt die Union mit 37 Prozent stärkste Kraft.   Europa wählt: Was wollen die Sozialdemokraten? | Journal by DW (Deutsch)
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(LPP) China was sending these five ships to pick up more of its nationals from Vietnam on Sunday. Media reports say 3, 000 have already left the country after the eruption of a wave of anti-Chinese anger. Attacks on Chinese workers and Chinese-owned businesses began last week in response to the positioning of an oil rig in waters both countries claim. Official reports say two Chinese workers have been killed and 100 injured in unrest on Wednesday A doctor and some witnesses say they've seen up to 21 bodies, most of them Chinese. The violence has outraged China which is…
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(LPP) More funerals were held on Saturday for some of the 301 men who died in Turkey’s worst ever mining disaster. They were laid to rest in the small mining town of Soma. Earlier on Saturday rescue crews had recovered the bodies of the last two missing miners. As anger at the government’s response to the tragedy grew across the country, energy minister Taner Yildiz announced there would be an investigation into what caused the deaths. “A technical, administrative and legal investigation into the accident will be launched and it will be carried out and it doesn’t matter whether it…
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