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Israel's Ambassador To U.S. Comments On Conflict In Gaza

Jul 14, 2014 (Morning Edition) — Israel's ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer talks to Steve Inskeep about what it will take to stop the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from escalating further. Tensions are mounting as the Israeli government continues its aerial bombardment of Gaza and Hamas continues firing rockets into Israel.

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Israel Warns Residents To Flee Gaza

Jul 14, 2014 (Morning Edition) — The conflict between Israel and Hamas continues. Israel has intensified air strikes, and warned thousands of Palestinian residents of the northern Gaza Strip to take shelter. Israel warns it plans to bomb the area as part of their offensive against Hamas.

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Politics In The News

Jul 14, 2014 (Morning Edition) — President Obama has sent Congress an almost $4 billion request to deal with the situation at the southern border, where children from Central America continue to arrive. The president has said it's a stopgap measure -- that what's really needed is an immigration overhaul. But Republicans argue they can't trust Obama, as they point to other instances of laws they say he has ignored.

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Late-Game Goal Gives Germany World Cup Win Over Argentina

Jul 14, 2014 (Morning Edition) — Germany takes home the 2014 World Cup title after a 1-0 win over Argentina on Sunday. It was a tense match that saw a lot of action but no score for more than 90 minutes of play.

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Russia's Annexation Of Crimea Worries Baltic Nation Of Latvia

Jul 14, 2014 (Morning Edition) — President Putin said he was acting to protect the rights of ethnic Russians in Crimea. Latvians fear Russia could use the Russian-speaking population to exert destabilizing pressure on their country.

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