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PARIS Train Crash News, Jul 12, 2013



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Concern at undetected cases as WHO holds coronavirus talks
Reuters
Global death toll at 45, most cases in Saudi Arabia. * WHO says many milder cases may go undetected. * Experts from affected countries confer by video link. By Stephanie Nebehay. GENEVA, July 9 (Reuters) - International health experts began urgent ...
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SYRIA News, Jul 12, 2013

Syria President Assad says ousted Baath party members made mistakes
The Independent
All 16 members of the central committee which heads the governing party were removed, bar Assadhimself, who stayed on as Secretary General. “When a leader does not solve a series of errors, this leader must be held accountable,” said the Syrian ...
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GUARDIAN News, Jul 12, 2013








The 'guardian coup' theory: Was Egypt's coup actually good for democracy?
Washington Post (blog)
There's little question that the Egyptian military's announcement that it had deposed President Mohamed Morsi met the definition of a military coup. The case that this was bad for democracy is pretty straightforward: Although the military may have been ...
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