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The Latest: SKorea summons Japanese envoy over export curbs

South Korea's Foreign Ministry says the vice foreign minister has summoned the Japanese ambassador to Seoul to demand that Japan withdraw restrictions on exports of materials used in technology ... See more

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4,000-year-old Lahun pyramid open to visitors

Tourists and visitors alike can now visit the Lahun pyramid, a 4,000-year-old structure first discovered in Egypt in the 19th century, after archaeologists spent a year cleaning out the burial ... See more

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Thou shalt not troll? Church of England issues new digital 'commandments'

The nine new guidelines for anyone who “engages” with the church’s social media accounts includes instructions for Christians to be "safe, "respectful" and "kind" to one another online.

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Vehicles buried as parts of Mexico are slammed with more than six feet of hail. https://abcn.ws/2J1DtAw

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Hunter Biden tackles cocaine use and alleged business conflicts in magazine interview

As former Vice President Joe Biden fights through a rocky period in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, his son, Hunter Biden, is opening up about his foreign business dealings and ... See more

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Las Vegas allowing drivers to pay parking tickets by donating school supplies

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Vegetation fires break out in Rome, evacuating residents

Smoke rose from vegetation fires that broke out in Rome near the Prenestina railway station, as temperatures remained high following an earlier heatwave. Some roads were closed and residents were ... See more

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Summertime parasite outbreaks have been on the rise since 2009, CDC says

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2020 candidate Julian Castro attends a town hall in Texas

HAPPENING NOW: 2020 candidate Julian Castro attends a town hall in Frisco, Texas. http://abcn.ws/2hFejwL

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