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Saturday , July 12 , 2014
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Netanyahu: Ground assault still an option

Brushing aside criticism of Israel’s four-day-old aerial attacks on Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today he felt no international pressure to quit the operation and would not rule out a ground invasion to stop the barrages of rockets from Palestinian militants....   | Read..

Pak claims win but enemy slips away

A solitary donkey wandered through the deserted streets of this once-bustling tribal town of 100,000, but no other inhabitants were to be found 10 days after Pakistani tr...   | Read..

iPhone a security threat: China

Chinese state media called the iPhone a threat to national security today because the smartphone can record a user’s location....   | Read..

HIV evidence found in child said to be cured

A child in Mississippi who was thought to have been cured of HIV with aggressive drug treatment immediately after birth is now showing signs of infection with the virus, ...   | Read..
A Palestinian family leave their house in Gaza after it was damaged in an Israeli air strike. (AFP)
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