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Wednesday, July 22, 2015
U.S. authorities are seeking to revoke the citizenship of an imam in Oregon who they say tried to conceal past associations with radical Islamic groups.
Dieter Moebius, a pioneer of electronic music whose art background led him to develop ambient soundscapes, died Monday. He was 71.
Two Spanish riders killed in California motorcycle race
Two Spanish racers were killed in a chain-reaction crash on the first lap of a World Superbike race.
Havana visitors find US-Cuban links everywhere
This week's reopening of embassies and resumption of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba opens a new chapter in the countries' complicated relationship.
Ballads glorifying Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's daring jailbreak were composed shortly after his escape. Now T-shirts and hats featuring the Mexican drug kingpin's face are flying off the shelves.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Teen in remission from HIV 12 years after stopping meds
A French teenager born with HIV has been in remission for 12 years after stopping her medication, a world first that renews hope for the prospect of early treatment, researchers said Monday.
Grievances persist despite start of new era in US-Cuba ties
The Cuban national flag fluttered in the Washington sun Monday as the U.S. and Cuba formally ended more than a half-century of estrangement, formally re-establishing relations severed at the height of the Cold War. But the symbolism of an embassy ceremony could not conceal deep, lingering conflicts between the nations.
Hundreds call for action against police after horse trainer death
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday night at a baseball park in a small Mississippi town to remember a black man who died after a physical encounter with a white police officer and to call for action.
"I thought I would die before it would happen," said Rena Perez, 80, on the eve of the official resumption of diplomatic ties between the United States and Cuba.
Japan's Mitsubishi makes apologies to US prisoners of war
Japan's Mitsubishi Materials made a landmark apology Sunday to U.S. prisoners of war forced to work in its mines during World War II, seven decades after the conflict.
  
  
  
  
  
  
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