Text 24 Jul Iraqi Leaders Elect Former Foe of Hussein as President

Iraqi Leaders Elect Former Foe of Hussein as President

By By TIM ARANGO and SUADAD AL-SALHY Fouad Massoum, a Kurd, was chosen and immediately sworn in amid a growing Sunni insurgency and international calls for a more inclusive government.

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Text 24 Jul Iraqi Leaders Elect Former Foe of Hussein as President

Iraqi Leaders Elect Former Foe of Hussein as President

By By TIM ARANGO and SUADAD AL-SALHY Fouad Massoum, a Kurd, was chosen and immediately sworn in amid a growing Sunni insurgency and international calls for a more inclusive government.
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Photo 24 Jul ​US and allies ‘in no position to lecture anyone on the sanctity of human life’

By RT Almost 300 people have been killed in the most awful circumstances and though it is self-evident that a full and thorough investigation must follow to find out what happened its conclusions will be scant comfort to the families and loved ones of those who perished.

​US and allies ‘in no position to lecture anyone on the sanctity of human life’

By RT Almost 300 people have been killed in the most awful circumstances and though it is self-evident that a full and thorough investigation must follow to find out what happened its conclusions will be scant comfort to the families and loved ones of those who perished.

Photo 24 Jul ​US and allies ‘in no position to lecture anyone on the sanctity of human life’

By RT Almost 300 people have been killed in the most awful circumstances and though it is self-evident that a full and thorough investigation must follow to find out what happened…

​US and allies ‘in no position to lecture anyone on the sanctity of human life’

By RT Almost 300 people have been killed in the most awful circumstances and though it is self-evident that a full and thorough investigation must follow to find out what happened…

Photo 24 Jul City Room: New York Today: Planes, Trains And …

By By ANDY NEWMAN What you need to know for Thursday: meeting the region’s transit needs, slightly cooler weather, and the parking-spot critic of Glendale, Queens.

City Room: New York Today: Planes, Trains And …

By By ANDY NEWMAN What you need to know for Thursday: meeting the region’s transit needs, slightly cooler weather, and the parking-spot critic of Glendale, Queens.

Text 24 Jul Air Algerie Plane Disappears From Radar

Air Algerie Plane Disappears From Radar

By By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A flight operated by Air Algerie and carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso to Algeria’s capital disappeared from radar early Thursday, the plane’s owner said.

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Text 24 Jul Australia Offers 50 Police Officers to Secure Flight 17 Crash Site

Australia Offers 50 Police Officers to Secure Flight 17 Crash Site

By By MICHELLE INNIS Australia, dozens of whose citizens were aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, has sent 50 police officers to Europe in hopes that they will be allowed to help secure the crash site in eastern Ukraine.
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Photo 24 Jul $15.13M settlement proposed for family of mother fatally run over by Rec and Park truck

By Joshua Sabatini by Joshua Sabatini San Francisco may be required to pay $15.13 million to the family of the mother who was fatally run over by a municipal pickup truck at Holly Park last year.

$15.13M settlement proposed for family of mother fatally run over by Rec and Park truck

By Joshua Sabatini by Joshua Sabatini San Francisco may be required to pay $15.13 million to the family of the mother who was fatally run over by a municipal pickup truck at Holly Park last year.

Photo 24 Jul Private schools reach consensus with SF on earthquake safety evaluations

By Laura Dudnick by Laura Dudnick Beginning as early as this fall, private schools in San Francisco could be required to conduct earthquake-safety evaluations within the next three years.

Private schools reach consensus with SF on earthquake safety evaluations

By Laura Dudnick by Laura Dudnick Beginning as early as this fall, private schools in San Francisco could be required to conduct earthquake-safety evaluations within the next three years.

Photo 24 Jul SF Crime stats: violent crime drops, property crime rises; the northeast seeing a 54 percent rise in burglaries

By Jonah Owen Lamb by Jonah Owen Lamb San Francisco continues to see violent crime drop — even in light of a spate of recent homicides — but property crime continues to be a problem, according to Police Department data for the first…

SF Crime stats: violent crime drops, property crime rises; the northeast seeing a 54 percent rise in burglaries

By Jonah Owen Lamb by Jonah Owen Lamb San Francisco continues to see violent crime drop — even in light of a spate of recent homicides — but property crime continues to be a problem, according to Police Department data for the first…


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