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  1. Iran Foreign Minister: West Is To Blame For Crumbling Nuclear Deal

    Mohammad Javad Zarif implied that France tore apart a U.S. proposal that Iran was amenable to. On Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry blamed Iran for scuttling the deal.
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  2. Will The French Really Pay More for 'Made in France?'

    Like much of Europe, the French economy is still struggling. But a recent poll showed that more than 70 percent of the French were willing to pay more for goods made at home, and the numbers were supported by a strong turnout at a Made in France fair in Paris.
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  3. International Court Resolves Border Dispute In Cambodia's Favor

    The conflict over the 2.8-mile Preah Vihear promontory has led to several skirmishes and exchanges of artillery fire between Thai and Cambodian forces in recent years.
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  4. WATCH: Olympic Torch Makes Its First Space Walk

    After riding from Earth to the International Space Station aboard a Russian rocket, two Russian astronauts took the torch with them on a space walk, marking an Olympic first.
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  5. Common Test For Bladder Infections Misses Too Many Cases

    Lots of women go to the doctor for urinary tract infections, but the standard test does a lousy job of figuring out who could benefit from antibiotics, a study finds. That means that otherwise healthy people can probably skip testing, doctors say, especially if they have had an infection before and know the symptoms.
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  6. One Of Fed's First Quantitative Easers: 'I'm Sorry, America'

    In an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal, Andrew Huszar says the Federal Reserve's stimulus program, which started in 2008, has been "greatest backdoor Wall Street bailout of all time."
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  7. Medicaid questions slow insurance purchases on Colorado exchange

    The heat is on officials with Colorado's health exchange to make its website work better. Exchange officials are feeling pressure to explain why consumers have to fill out a detailed Medicaid eligibility form before signing up for private insurance online.
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  8. 'It Looks Like A 50-Mile Wide Tornado' Hit The Philippines

    As governments and aid groups rush help to the scene, they're confronting epic devastation. The top U.S. commander there has flown over the areas where Typhoon Haiyan hit. It looks "like a bomb went off," Marine Brig. Gen. Paul Kennedy tells Morning Edition.
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  9. What's The Most Important Thing Food Labels Should Tell Us?

    Food labels have become battlegrounds. Government regulators, companies and food movement activists have been fighting over what belongs on the label. (GMOs? Trans fats? Claims that bran prevents heart disease?) We asked four big thinkers for their dream food label.
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  10. Oregon Shines On Medicaid, As Texas Stalls On Sign-Ups

    In Oregon, the online health marketplace isn't working for people looking to buy individual policies. But the state has been rapidly expanding Medicaid anyway. In Texas, insurance helpers may face state regulations that would make it even harder to assist people seeking coverage.
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