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Evan Michael Joslin Wanted In Connection To Deadly Cherry Hills Village Crash – CBS Denver -

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Texas Cop Mounts Black Teen While She Screams ‘I Can’t Breathe’ -

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New Jersey man dies in motorcycle accident | News | register-herald.com – Beckley Register-Herald -

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Three-car accident with injuries reported in Sennett – Auburn Citizen -

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Volunteer race marshal dies in Brands Hatch crash – BBC News -

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Car Crosses Highway Median, Driver Dies After Crash | North Carolina News | US News – U.S. News & World Report -

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Teen killed in Wayne County crash, school offering grief counseling – WNEP Scranton/Wilkes-Barre -

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Teen drowns in Schroon River tubing accident – NEWS10 ABC -

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Police: Man Charged With Repeat DUI After Road Rage Incident | Delaware News | US News – U.S. News & World Report -

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Race marshal killed in crash at Brands Hatch circuit – Sky News -

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Police: Rollover crash spills laundry detergent across Wrentham highway – Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News -

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Snoop Dogg’s Peacock Olympics Commentary is Fun, Wild Stuff -

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Deadly street racing accident near Trinity River kills three – WBRZ -

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Deadly street racing crash near Trinity River kills three – WBRZ -

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42 Dugg Goes on Homophobic Rant to Justify Kissing, Licking Son’s Neck -

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UPDATE: Driver, 3 children transported to hospitals after Greene County crash – WHIO Radio -

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Man dead after I-459 crash near Galleria in Hoover – WIAT – CBS42.com -

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Wrong-way driver killed in I-65 crash | News | wsmv.com – WSMV Nashville -

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Baby, 16-year-old ejected from vehicle, killed in St. Petersburg crash – Bay News 9 -

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Influencer Hayes Grier Left Robbery Victim with Brain Damage, Cops Say -

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Turkey says it discussed lasting ceasefire during Libya trip

Senior Turkish officials discussed a lasting ceasefire and political solution in Libya, as well as energy cooperation, during a visit to Tripoli on Wednesday, Turkey’s foreign minister said.

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Face masks outside now compulsory in major Turkish cities

Turkey on Thursday made it compulsory for people to wear face masks when outside in the country’s largest cities of Istanbul and Ankara, as well as the northwestern city of Bursa, in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

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Turkish military official denies French claim that warship was harassed

A senior Turkish military official said on Wednesday it was “completely untrue” that the Turkish navy had harassed a French warship, denying an assertion by a French official.

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Turkey says discussed lasting ceasefire during Libya trip

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday he discussed a lasting ceasefire and political solution in Libya, as well as energy co-operation, during what he called a very beneficial visit to meet officials in Tripoli.

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KayapĆ³ chief dies from COVID-19 in Brazil, led protest against Amazon dam

Brazil’s indigenous people lost one of their pioneering leaders to COVID-19 on Wednesday with the death of Paulinho Payakan, a Kayapó chief who led protests against the Belo Monte hydro-electric dam in the 1980s.

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Mexico, India, Ireland, Norway elected to U.N. Security Council, one seat still open

Mexico, India, Ireland and Norway were elected to the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday, but the 193 U.N. member states must return on Thursday to continue voting to fill one more vacant seat after there was no clear winner.

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Trump signs bill calling for sanctions over China treatment of Uighur Muslims

U.S. President Donald Trump signed legislation on Wednesday calling for sanctions against those responsible for repression of Uighur Muslims in China’s Xinjiang province, the White House said in a statement.

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Oxford college says it wants to remove statue of colonialist Rhodes

An Oxford University college said on Wednesday it wanted to remove from its facade a statue of 19th century colonialist Cecil Rhodes that has been a target of anti-racism protests, though the decision would be made independently.

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Pompeo meets China’s top diplomat in Hawaii, State Department says

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, in Hawaii on Wednesday, the State Department said, amid a deep deterioration of relations between strategic rivals that are the world’s two top economies.

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UAE citizens can travel to ‘low-risk’ countries from Tuesday

The United Arab Emirates said citizens and residents will be allowed to travel to countries deemed low-risk for catching the coronavirus from next Tuesday.

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