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  1. Syrian Warplane Crashes In Idlib, Killing At Least 12, Injuring Several People: Activists
    Air raids and the crash of a Syrian warplane in a residential area in the country's northwestern town of Ariha Monday killed and injured several people, the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and the Local Coordination Committees reportedly said. According to the activists, the area was under attack by the air forces of the embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad at the time of the crash.
  2. HitchBOT Is Dead: Hitchhiking Robot's Journey Comes To A Tragic, Violent End In Philadelphia
    Not all dreams come true. Ask hitchBOT, the free-spirited Canadian robot that wanted to hitchhike across America relying solely on the kindness of strangers. The robot, it has now emerged, met an untimely demise in Philadelphia -- just two weeks after it began its journey from Marblehead, Massachusetts.
  3. Amber Rose-Kardashians Feud Update: Was Model's PDA With Kim Kardashian’s Ex Kris Humphries An Act Of Revenge?
    Amber Rose was spotted flirting with Kim Kardashian’s former husband, Kris Humphries, at the Playboy Mansion over the weekend, giving rise to speculation that this was part of the model’s ongoing feud with the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Hollywood Life reported. Kanye West’s former girlfriend on Thursday took to Twitter to clear doubts over her feud with Khloe Kardashian that began after Rose referred to Kylie Jenner as a "baby" while talking about the 17-year-old's relationship with Tyga.
  4. George Clooney’s Wife Amal Clooney To Seek Pardon For Al Jazeera Journalists
    Actor George Clooney’s wife Amal Clooney is one of the lawyers set to seek pardon from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi for three Al Jazeera journalists if they are found guilty of aiding a terrorist group. The journalists, Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy and Peter Greste, were given a retrial after being convicted in June 2014 of supporting banned Muslim Brotherhood and spreading false news.
  5. How To Jailbreak iOS 8.4: TaiG Team Releases Mac Version Of Jailbreak Tool For iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
    Chinese iOS developer team TaiG released the Mac version of its popular jailbreak tool on Sunday to allow users of iOS 8.4 to jailbreak the firmware, which was released by Apple in June. The latest version of the untethered jailbreak tool was rolled out more than a month after the team released the software for Windows.
  6. Bobbi Kristina Brown Update: Funeral Was 'Perfect' Despite 'Crazy' Leolah Brown's Interruption
    Bobbi Kristina Brown’s funeral service Saturday was reportedly “perfect” despite minor hiccups due to an interruption by Bobby Brown's sister Leolah Brown, who had to be escorted out of the venue. Ellin LaVar, former hairstylist of Bobbi Kristina’s late mother Whitney Houston, told E! News details about the closed casket service at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, for the 22-year-old.
  7. IOC To Test For Viruses In Rio De Janeiro Waters Ahead Of 2016 Olympics
    The International Olympic Committee said Sunday that it will order tests to check for viruses in Rio de Janeiro’s water bodies. Brazil's second-largest city is under pressure to meet the IOC's standards as it prepares to host the 2016 Summer Olympics.
  8. Athens Stock Exchange: Greece Stocks Nosedive As Bourse Opens After 5 Weeks
    The Athens Stock Exchange plunged by 23 percent after opening on Monday as trading resumed after a five-week closure. As of 4:52 a.m. EDT, the index was down about 20 percent, having clawed back some gains. The country’s main lenders, National Bank and Piraeus Bank, fell by 30 percent, the maximum allowed by daily volatility limits. Alpha Bank and Eurobank also fell by almost 30 percent. The country’s bourse was shut five weeks ago as part of a punishing set of capital controls that Athens imposed to tamp down on financial panic in the country. 
  9. North Korea Shows Captive Canadian Pastor Confessing Before Congregation
    SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea released video footage on Monday of a Canadian pastor confessing before a Pyongyang church congregation that he had committed crimes against the state. Hyeon Soo Lim, of the 3,000-member Light Korean Presbyterian Church in Toronto, traveled to North Korea in January this year on a routine humanitarian visit. He has been detained since February. Dressed in a dark blue suit and tie and speaking to a sparse congregation which included some foreign residents of Pyongyang, South Korean-born Lim appeared to be reading from a script.
  10. UN's Post-2015 Agenda: Ending Poverty 'In All Its Forms And Dimensions'
    The United Nations members from 193 nations endorsed a “historic” roadmap Sunday to tackle poverty and hunger, promote well-being and safeguard the environment over the next 15 years. The 30-page “agenda for sustainable development” is expected to guide policy and funding after the deadline for achieving the U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), adopted in 2000, expires by the end of this year.

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