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June, 25, 2016

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Britain's vote to become the first country to leave the EU is a shattering blow that threatens the survival of the post-war European project, officials and analysts said.
Britain's decision to quit the world's largest single market presents China with a golden opportunity to seek better business terms with a more isolated UK, analysts said Friday, pointing out that London has not had its own trade negotiators for 40 years.
UK pound takes wild ride as EU referendum results come in
LONDON -- The British pound seesawed wildly Friday and betting markets dramatically shortened the odds on Britain leaving the European Union as increasingly mixed signals challenged earlier market anticipation of a narrow victory for "remain."
Sit in for gun-control
In this image from video provided by House Television, U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan stands at the podium as he brings the House into session in Washington, Wednesday night, June 22.
Markets, bookies put money on UK staying in EU
Financial markets and bookmakers put their money on Britain's voting to remain a part of the European Union on Thursday in a historic referendum that threatens to undermine the experiment in continental unity launched in the aftermath of World War II.
Dems stage election-year sit-in on guns, GOP unmoved
A drained and dwindling group of Democrats, some draped in blankets and toting pillows, carried their remarkable House floor sit-in past daybreak Thursday, disrupting the business of Congress in the wake of the ................
Colombia-FARC ceasefire puts peace within reach
Colombia's government and the FARC guerrilla force were to sign a definitive ceasefire Thursday, taking one of the last crucial steps toward ending Latin America's longest civil war.
2 killed, more than 50 arrested in South Africa riots: authorities
Rioters looted shops on the outskirts of South Africa's capital on Wednesday, and authorities reported two deaths and more than 50 arrests since violence erupted in the Pretoria area two days ago.
FRANKFURT - Vandals have destroyed a mural in Germany dedicated to a Syrian toddler who drowned last year trying to reach Europe with his family, police said Thursday.
JERUSALEM, June 23, 2016 - Four Palestinians were on Wednesday handed life sentences for the killing of an Israeli couple as they drove in the West Bank with their children last year, the army said.
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