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A leading suspect in the deadly museum attack has been killed, says Tunisia's prime minister: http://yhoo.it/19gvtGO
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He has been "killed" ? 

More like Murdered.   
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A zoo veterinarian works with a sea lion during a training session at the #Paris Zoological Park by Reuters #photographer Philippe Wojazer - one of our #PhotosOfTheDay. See the rest: http://yhoo.it/1GuqM9x
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Imagine being pimp slapped with that flipper
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A polar bear cub is out and about with its mother for the first time in their enclosure at the zoo in Rostock, Germany by EPA photography Bernd Wuestneck - one of our #PhotosOfTheDay. See the rest: http://yhoo.it/1xzglQp
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The same quality that brought Ted Cruz grassroots fame — his willingness to dismiss or challenge his Senate colleagues — has also alienated key establishment fundraising sources.
In the months before Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, launched his presidential bid, one of the central questions he considered was whether he could raise enough money to be a viable national candidate. It’s a strange paradox for a member who has built such a high profile nationally in a relatively short two years in the Senate. Because the same quality that brought him grassroots fame — his willingness to dismiss or challenge his Senate colleagues — has ...
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Says the media....the ones who REALLY run the election.
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For decades, Koch Industries was the largest company you’ve never heard of. Now, you can’t turn on a cable news station without hearing the brothers’ names. From @[Yahoo Politics].
In the past year, Koch Industries' top lawyer has become the face the of the Kochs' push to reform the criminal justice system, an effort that's made allies out of former enemies and softened the billionaire brothers' image.
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whe i get my money 
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The still-life was painted by the Nazi-leader-to-be when he was a struggling artist in his mid-20s.
A still-life watercolor painting of flowers by a young Adolf Hitler will be sold at auction in Los Angeles this week, organizers announced Monday. The 1912 canvas, painted by the Nazi-leader-to-be when he was a struggling artist in his mid-20s, is going under the hammer at the Nate D. Sanders auction house on Thursday.
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Should be burned.
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#Photo of the day #Sumatran tiger cub at @Chester Zoo by REUTERS/Phil Noble. See more: http://yhoo.it/1F2406S #POTD
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Asked whether Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu enjoyed a de facto veto over a potential nuclear deal with Iran, @enator Bob Corker emphatically replied, “No!”
Corker, speaking in an interview with Yahoo News, also played down a Wall Street Journal report that Israel spied on the talks with Tehran, saying he regularly learns more about the negotiations from other countries’ foreign ministers than from the Obama Administration.
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Israel, time to fire up those Nukes, now that Iran is next door:O)
But Netanyahu, do not expect any help from your old buddy ObamaNation!
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Iowa, with its endless farm fields and quiet towns, is gearing up for its four-yearly starring role in the U.S. presidential elections by Reuters photographer Jim Young. http://yhoo.it/1xzagn3 #americasHeartland #campaign2016 #photography #elections
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”The threats are not just knocking on the door. They're in the room.”
WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI must scramble to keep up with increasingly sophisticated terrorists and improve its ability to gather intelligence on global national-security threats, according to an outside review released Wednesday.
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At the time that it happened, it was the biggest mass murder in U.S. history.
NEW YORK (AP) — Twenty-five years ago, what was then the biggest mass murder in U.S. history turned a New York City dance club into a smoky, flame-filled inferno that left dozens of people dead, some with drinks still clutched in their hands.
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After being falsely accused of burning a Quran, Farkhunda was beaten, run over with a car and burned before her body was thrown into the Kabul River.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Thousands marched through the Afghan capital Tuesday, demanding justice for a woman who was beaten to death by a mob after being falsely accused of burning a Quran.
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The accuser must face the law if there is any in that country.
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