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What happend on July 22nd 2018

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Israel and Arabic: Where else do language and politics collide?

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 0:23
related countries: Israel Israel

Israel has downgraded the status of Arabic, but there is controversy over language choice elsewhere, too.
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LA police arrest suspect after deadly shop siege

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 4:54
related countries: United States United States

One fatality is confirmed after the man, suspected of a shooting earlier, barricaded himself inside.
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Trump-Putin: Top US spy retracts 'awkward response'

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 7:37
related countries: United States United States

Intelligence chief Dan Coats had publicly laughed in surprise on hearing of a Putin visit to the US.
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Trade war a reality, French finance minister warns

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 8:51
related countries: France France, United States United States

Bruno Le Maire accuses the US of using "the law of the jungle" with unilateral tariffs
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Mesut Ozil says not having picture with Turkish president would be 'disrespectful'

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 11:48
related countries: Turkey Turkey

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil says not posing for photographs with the Turkish president would have been "disrespecting his ancestors' roots".
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Trump-Russia: Carter Page surveillance documents released

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 13:38
related countries: Russia Russia

The documents show the FBI believed Carter Page was "collaborating and conspiring" with Russia.
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Gen Dostum is unhurt as explosion targets Kabul airport

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 13:53
related countries: Afghanistan Afghanistan
related places: Kabul

Ten die but Abdul Rashid Dostum is unhurt, as he returns to Kabul from self-imposed exile.
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Waterspout over Black Sea in Russia

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 13:59
related countries: Russia Russia

The rare phenomenon appeared off the coast of a seaside town.
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In pictures: Fighting the Swedish wildfires

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 15:04
related countries: Sweden Sweden

The battle to get dozens of blazes across the country under control is now an international effort.
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French woman in Montmartre tightrope walk

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 16:53
related countries: France France
related places: Paris

Tatiana-Mosio Bongonga walked 35 metres off the ground in front of hundreds of people in Paris.
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Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 16:54
related countries: Israel Israel, Jordan Jordan

Hundreds of civil defence volunteers and family members are taken from a border war zone to Jordan.
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Somali father defends FGM after daughter, 10, dies

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 18:20
related countries: Somalia Somalia

The girl bled to death two days after being taken to a traditional circumciser in Somalia.
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Carter Page denies FBI claims he was Russian agent

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 18:50
related countries: Russia Russia

Documents show the FBI believed Carter Page was "collaborating and conspiring" with Russia in 2016.
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The 13-year-old who built a best-selling lemonade brand

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 23:15
related countries: United States United States

Teenage entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer is the boss and founder of popular US drinks firm Me & The Bees Lemonade.
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First malaria drug in 60 years given approval

Sunday 22nd of July 2018, 23:47
related countries: United States United States

A drug that can stop people getting recurrent bouts of malaria has been approved by regulators in the United States.
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