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Pro-Russian rebels dig in as Ukraine forces advance

Retreating pro-Russian insurgents dug in on Monday in Ukraine's sprawling industrial hub of Donetsk after government forces scored a string of morale-boosting victories in the bloody battle for the future of the ex-Soviet state. Duration: 00:47 Jul 8, 2014
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Pope slams Church complicity in child sex abuse.

Pope Francis acknowledged Monday that the suicides of clerical sex abuse victims weigh on his conscience as he thanked victims on Monday for shining a light on the "terrible darkness" at the heart of the Catholic Church. Duration: 01:15 Jul 8, 2014
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Italy navy rescues 2,600 boat migrants over two days

More than 2,600 migrants were rescued by the Italian navy this weekend, authorities said Monday, as police searched for new arrivals who landed by night on Sicily's southern coast. Duration: 00:38 Jul 7, 2014
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South Sudan: three years on

Interview with analyst Zachariah Diing Akol of the SUDD Institute as South Sudan prepares to celebrate its third independence amid civil war and a humanitarian crisis. Duration: 01:22 Jul 7, 2014
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Oscar Pistorius arrives in court

Oscar Pistorius arrived in court Monday after an Australian TV network defended the broadcast of footage showing him in a shock reenactment of the night he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, insisting it was not obtained illegally. Duration: 00:39 Jul 7, 2014
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South Sudan marks third year of independence

It was just three years ago that South Sudan celebrated its newfound independence from Sudan. Now, a civil war is tearing the young state apart, and aid agencies warn of famine on the horizon. Duration: 03:15 Jul 7, 2014
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Pistorius claims on vulnerability called into question

South African prosecutors on Monday sought to show Oscar Pistorius's sports doctor overstated his immobility without prostheses, as a leaked video shows the star sprinter re-enacting the shooting of his girlfriend. Duration: 01:00 Jul 7, 2014
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Panel Report suggests bare minimum standard of living: C Rangarajan

Chennai, July 07 (ANI): Talking about the panel report on poverty which raised the daily per capita expenditure to Rs 32 for the rural poor and to Rs 47 for the urban poor, PM Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan said that it suggests bare minimum standard of living. He also said that this is 19% higher than poverty line fixed by Tendulkar report for rural areas, 40% for urban areas. The report also said that every three people out of 10 are poor in India. Jul 7, 2014