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Israel declares Gaza truce over, 50 die in Gaza shelling

GAZA/JERUSALEM - Israel declared a Gaza ceasefire over on Friday and killed more than 50 Palestinians in renewed shelling, saying militants had breached the truce shortly after it began and apparently captured an Israeli soldier. | Video

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Argentina holds no positive expectations for Friday's debt hearing

BUENOS AIRES - Argentina's Cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich said on Friday the government held no positive expectations for a court hearing in New York later in the day that will discuss the South American country's debt default.

Argentina, World 8:40am EDT

Scientific Games to buy rival Bally Tech for $3.27 billion

- Scientific Games Corp , a maker of slot machines for casinos, will buy larger rival Bally Technologies Inc for about $3.27 billion to expand its electronic and table games and online lottery businesses.

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For some companies, influx of migrant children into U.S. means business

NEW YORK - For a handful of U.S. companies that have exclusive or longstanding contracts with federal agencies dealing with illegal immigrants, the recent wave of children crossing the southern border with Mexico is a business opportunity.

U.S., Mexico 8:38am EDT

Islamic State imposes media controls in Syrian province

BEIRUT - Islamic State, the al Qaeda splinter group which has seized parts of Syria and Iraq, has told activists in Syria's Deir al-Zor province they must swear allegiance to it and submit to censorship, a monitoring group said on Friday.

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Hyundai recalls in U.S. reach 1.3 million in same week

- South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co is recalling about 420,000 vehicles covering three models for separate problems in the United States, after recalling 883,000 Sonata sedans this week, according to U.S. safety regulators.

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Exclusive: China's Xi likely to promote army general who exposed graft - sources

BEIJING - President Xi Jinping is likely to promote a corruption whistleblower to China's top military decision-making body to underscore his determination to tackle graft inside the country's rapidly modernizing armed forces, two sources said.