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Piper Hoppe, 10, from Minnetonka, Minnesota, holds a sign at the doorway of River Bluff Dental clinic in protest against the killing of a famous lion in Zimbabwe, in Bloomington, Minnesota July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Miller

Cecil the lion charts new legal territory

WASHINGTON - A 115-year-old law aimed at preventing unlawful animal trafficking may be difficult to enforce in the case of an American hunter who killed a celebrated Zimbabwean lion.  Full Article 

Wall Street moves lower on Apple, interest rate worries 4:41pm EDT

- Wall Street ended lower on Tuesday for a third straight session as investors worried about a rise in interest rates while Apple's shares hit their lowest in over six months.

Greek flags are displayed for sale for one Euro at a shop in central Athens, Greece July 26, 2015.REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou

Greece, lenders strike upbeat tone on bailout

ATHENS - Both Greece and its lenders said they were optimistic they could broker a deal within days on a multi-billion euro bailout, striking an upbeat tone on a process previously fraught with bitterness.  Full Article 

Eric, 19, who did not want to share his full name, poses for a photograph in a playground outside his residence in the Bronx borough of New York, November 20, 2014. REUTERS/Elizabeth Shafiroff

'Punching me in my head, my body, kicking me'

NEW YORK - Rikers Island, the New York City jail complex that houses about 9,800 inmates, is one of the largest in the United States. It is also one of the most troubled. A Reuters photographer sought out seven former inmates to hear their stories.  Full Article 

A migrant from Africa rests next to a makeshift shelter at 'The New Jungle' camp in Calais, France, August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

'Jungle' migrants of Calais: A day in the life

CALAIS, France - For inhabitants of a shanty town on the sand dunes of France's coast, each day ends with a nightly bid to sneak into the undersea tunnel they hope will lead to new life.  Full Article | Gallery 

A volunteer with IAAF's local organizing committee displays the credential given to athletes who are selected for drug testing in the anti-doping offices at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championships in Osaka August 24, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

IAAF fights back against doping reports

LONDON - The governing body for athletics (IAAF) fought back against media reports of suspected widespread doping in the sport, rejecting accusations it failed to investigate dubious drugs test results properly.  Full Article 

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A-bomb survivors say 'no' to nuclear power

Atomic bomb survivors in Japan call for an end to nuclear power as the 70th anniversary of Japan's defeat approaches. Eve Johnson reports.

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