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Iraqi army giveaway hundreds of civilians in Mosul Old City
battles as genocide fee mounts

MOSUL, Iraq – Iraqi army open exit routes for hundreds of
civilians to rush a Old City of Mosul as they conflict to retake
the ancient entertain from Islamic State militants ascent a last
stand in what was a de facto collateral of their “caliphate”.
GMT/11 AM ET, by Marius Bosch, 800 words)

London building blocks evacuated as 27 buildings destroy fire

LONDON – Britain says 27 high-rise unit blocks have
failed glow reserve checks carried out after a lethal Grenfell
Tower blaze, including several in north London where residents
are forced to leave amid pell-mell scenes. (BRITAIN-FIRE/
(UPDATE 1, PIX, TV), moved, by Kate Holton and Jamillah Knowles,
607 words)

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– BRITAIN-FIRE/ARCONIC (UPDATE 1), by Tom Bergin, 977 words


UAE says choice to Qatar final is “not escalation but
parting ways”

DUBAI – A comparison United Arab Emirates (UAE) central says
that if Qatar does not accept an final released by Arab states
that imposed a protest this month on a little Gulf Arab nation,
“the choice is not escalation though interruption ways”.
(GULF-QATAR/ (UPDATE 2, PIX, TV), design by 1600 GMT/12 PM ET,
500 words)

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– GULF-QATAR/EMIRATES, moved, by Yara Bayoumy, 352 words

Under pressure, Western tech firms crawl to Russian final to
share cyber secrets

WASHINGTON/MOSCOW – Western record companies, including
Cisco, IBM and SAP, are acceding to final by Moscow for access
to closely rhythmical product confidence secrets, during a time when
Russia is indicted of a flourishing series of cyber attacks on West,
a Reuters review finds. (USA-RUSSIA/TECH (UPDATE 2,
INSIGHT, PIX, GRAPHIC), moved, by Joel Schectman, Dustin Volz
and Jack Stubbs, 1,500 words)


Landslide buries Chinese towering village, fears for 141

BEIJING – Fears grow for 141 people blank in China after a
landslide buries their towering encampment in a southwestern
province of Sichuan, with reports that usually 3 survivors had
been pulled out of a sand and stone hours after a calamity
struck. (CHINA-LANDSLIDE/ (UPDATE 2, PIX, TV) moved, 340 words)

North Korea says U.S. student’s genocide a “mystery to us” too

SEOUL – North Korea says a genocide of U.S. university
student Otto Warmbier shortly after his lapse home was a mystery
and dismisses accusations that he had died since of torture
and violence during his chains as “groundless”.
(USA-NORTHKOREA/ (UPDATE 5, PIX), moved, by Jack Kim, 605 words)

Ahead of Modi visit, U.S. sees no hazard to Pakistan from
arms understanding with India

NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON – With a United States approaching to
authorise India’s squeeze of naval drones, a comparison White House
official says any U.S. troops send to India would not
represent a hazard to a opposition neighbour Pakistan. (INDIA-USA/
(UPDATE 5, PIX), moved, by Sanjeev Miglani and David Brunnstrom,
570 words)


UK PM May defends Brexit rights offer in face of EU doubts

BRUSSELS – British Prime Minister Theresa May defends her
offer to let millions of EU adults stay in Britain after
Brexit as associate EU leaders respond coolly to her opening move
in negotiations on Britain’s withdrawal. (BRITAIN-EU/ (UPDATE 3,
PIX, TV), moved, by Alastair Macdonald and Elizabeth Piper, 784


Amnesty for militants in Syria’s Raqqa aims to promote

AIN ISSA, Syria – A polite legislature approaching to order Raqqa
once Islamic State is dislodged from a Syrian city pardons 83
of a jihadist group’s low-ranking militants, a goodwill
gesture designed to foster stability.
Georgy, 471 words)

If Baghdadi is dead, subsequent IS personality expected to be Saddam-era

BAGHDAD – If Islamic State personality Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is
confirmed dead, he is expected to be succeeded by one of his top
two lieutenants, both of whom were Iraqi army officers underneath the
late tyrant Saddam Hussein.
moved, by Maher Chmaytelli, 598 words)

Bomber formulation to conflict Mecca’s Grand Mosque blows himself
up – ministry

DUBAI – Saudi confidence army foil a self-murder conflict on the
Grand Mosque in a Muslim holy city of Mecca, cornering the
would-be assailant in an unit where he blew himself up, the
Interior Ministry says. (SAUDI-SECURITY/ (UPDATE 1), moved, 290

Yemen supervision says to examine allegations of abuse in
secret prisons

DUBAI – President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s supervision says
it is questioning reports that army corroborated by a United
Arab Emirates are using tip prisons in southern Yemen where
detainees are subjected to woe and abuse.
(YEMEN-SECURITY/ABUSE, moved, 414 words)


EXCLUSIVE-U.S. list to dump Iraq, Myanmar as misfortune offenders
on child soldiers

WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Rex Tillerson skeleton to
remove Iraq and Myanmar from a U.S. list of a world’s worst
offenders in use of child soldiers, U.S. officials say, a step
that could prompt accusations a Trump administration is
prioritising confidence and tactful interests forward of human
Matt Spetalnick and Jason Szep, 800 words)


Trump reaches out to lawmakers on medical as another says

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump creates calls to fellow
Republicans in U.S. Senate to mobilize support for their party’s
healthcare renovate while acknowledging a legislation is on
“very, really slight path” to passage. (USA-HEALTHCARE/ (UPDATE 6,
PIX, TV), moved, by Jeff Mason and Yasmeen Abutaleb, 715 words)

U.S. Supreme Court boundary rights of skill owners

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court narrows a rights of
property owners in disputes with governments and lays out a
formula for last when landowners are due remuneration in
case involving a empty lot on a lifelike St. Croix River
in Wisconsin. (USA-COURT/PROPERTY (UPDATE 3, PIX), moved, by
Andrew Chung, 577 words)


Slain Venezuelan protester’s father appeals to “friend”

CARACAS – A male describing himself as a former trainer and
friend of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro urges an
investigation into a murdering of his son in anti-government
unrest convulsing a OPEC republic for scarcely 3 months.
(VENEZUELA-POLITICS/ (UPDATE 1, PIX, TV), moved, by Silene
Ramírez and Andreina Aponte, 640 words)

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