Wednesday, 26 July 2017  
Top EU court upholds Hamas terror listing

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The European Court of Justice has upheld a decision by the European Council to list the Islamic militant group Hamas on its list of terrorist organisations.

Source: www.news.com.au
Thousands flee wildfires in French Riviera

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Thousands of campers and residents have been forced to flee in the middle of the night after a wildfire broke out on France's tourist-thronged Riviera coast.

Source: www.news.com.au
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�UK judge to decide whether baby Charlie Gard can go home to die
�UK to ban petrol, diesel cars from 2040
�India battles to contain flood fury
�Two dead, house ablaze in NZ stand-off
�Militants kidnap oil team in Nigeria
�Simpsons creator making new Netflix series
�Trump warns Iran to obey nuclear deal
 
Raw: Fires burn 390 Sq. miles in eastern Montana

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Four wildfires have burned 390 square miles of farmland and public land in eastern Montana. The four fires have burned at least 16 homes since lightning ignited them last Wednesday. (July 26)

Source: rssfeeds.usatoday.com
Trump Supporters, Opponents Demonstrate in Ohio

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Supporters and opponents of President Trump demonstrated outside of his rally in Youngstown, Ohio on Tuesday. (July 26)

Source: rssfeeds.usatoday.com
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�Police climb to top of Ben Franklin Bridge to arrest photographers
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Microsoft Releases Long-Awaited Security Tool, Sets Linux Preview

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Microsoft has released its long-awaited cloud-based bug detection tool, previously code-named "Project Springfield." The Windows version became generally available, and a new Linux version became available as a preview last week. The tool, Microsoft Security Risk Detection, uses artificial intelligence to hunt down security vulnerabilities in software that is about to be released.

Source: www.technewsworld.com
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