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  1. Saudi Arabia attack: Islamic State claims Shia mosque bombing - BBC News


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    Saudi Arabia attack: Islamic State claims Shia mosque bombing
    BBC News
    The Islamic State (IS) group says it was behind a suicide bombing on a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia that killed at least 10 people. The attack in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province is the first to be claimed by the Saudi branch of IS, which was formally ...
    Islamic State claims suicide bombing at Shiite mosque in Saudi ArabiaWashington Post
    Suicide bomber targets Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia; at least 19 deadLos Angeles Times
    The new SaudisThe Economist

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  2. Eiffel Tower Reopens After Strike - Wall Street Journal


    Wall Street Journal

    Eiffel Tower Reopens After Strike
    Wall Street Journal
    PARIS—The Eiffel Tower reopened late afternoon Friday after a day-long strike by employees demanding a clampdown on pickpockets targeting the millions of tourists who visit the iconic landmark every year. Employees at the Paris tower say there has been ...
    Eiffel Tower suffers shutdown over pickpocketsBBC News
    Eiffel Tower shut as staff walk out over pickpocketsEconomic Times
    Paris pickpocket protest forces closure of Eiffel Towereuronews

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  3. Cameron: Tough Times for EU Ahead of UK Membership Vote - ABC News


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    Cameron: Tough Times for EU Ahead of UK Membership Vote
    ABC News
    British Prime Minister David Cameron set off Friday on a whirlwind campaign to change the way the European Union is run, warning of a rough road ahead to achieve the reform needed to keep his country from leaving. Ever the halfhearted EU member, ...
    David Cameron launches diplomatic juggernaut to push EU reformIrish Times
    UK's David Cameron Ramps Up Campaign for EU ReformWall Street Journal
    David Cameron: EU talks 'require patience'BBC News

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  4. Obama vows no bad deal with Iran: 'This deal will have my name on it' - Los Angeles Times


    Los Angeles Times

    Obama vows no bad deal with Iran: 'This deal will have my name on it'
    Los Angeles Times
    President Obama took his case for nuclear talks with Iran to a local synagogue Friday where he promised he would not make a bad deal with the Islamic Republic in part because he wouldn't want to bear the shame. lRelated Congress approves bill to provide ...
    How to manage Saudi anger at the Iran nuclear dealWashington Post (blog)
    Hanebgi decries Obama as 'hypocritical'Ynetnews
    Obama defines a "good deal" with IranCBS News
    The Australian -Haaretz
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  5. ISIS extends hold on Syria's ancient city of Palmyra - CNN


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    ISIS extends hold on Syria's ancient city of Palmyra
    CNN
    (CNN) ISIS forces have extended their control around the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra and two Iraqi security officials said on Friday the terror group took control of the Iraqi town of Husayba, pushing east from Ramadi. The jihadist rebels took a military station ...
    Islamic State conducts purge in Palmyra after takeoverIrish Times
    In a refugee camp for Iraqis displaced by Islamic StateBBC News
    Report: ISIL takes Iraq town, kills Syria forcesUSA TODAY
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