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At least 15 dead after Israel strikes U.N. school in Gaza

At least 15 dead after Israel strikes U.N. school in Gaza

GAZA, July 30 (UPI) --Between 15 and 20 people are dead and nearly 100 are believed to be injured after Israeli tanks launched a strike on a United Nations school in Gaza.
Matt Bradwell
Senate advances $2.7 billion emergency border bill

Senate advances $2.7 billion emergency border bill

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) --A bill to provide emergency funding to handle the flood of children coming across the southern U.S. border passed a key procedural hurdle Wednesday.
Gabrielle Levy
Man creates ice cream that changes color when licked

Man creates ice cream that changes color when licked

CALELLA DE MAR, Spain, July 30 (UPI) --An ice cream store owner in Spain has invented "Xamaleon" ice cream that changes colors when licked.
Brooks Hays
Jihadist books in French supermarkets draw complaints

Jihadist books in French supermarkets draw complaints

PARIS, July 30 (UPI) --Books allegedly urging violent jihad are for sale in French bookstores and supermarkets, prompting calls for their removal.
Ed Adamczyk
Woman dies on U.S. Airways redeye from Honolulu to Phoenix

Woman dies on U.S. Airways redeye from Honolulu to Phoenix

PHOENIX, July 30 (UPI) --A woman died aboard a Phoenix-bound U.S. Airways flight Wednesday.
Matt Bradwell
Yemen gas price protests leaves one dead

Yemen gas price protests leaves one dead

SANAA, Yemen, July 30 (UPI) --Protests in Sanaa, Yemen, over a sudden increase in gasoline prices Wednesday left one woman dead, witnesses said.
Ed Adamczyk
Standoff over highway bill imperils crucial transportation fund

Standoff over highway bill imperils crucial transportation fund

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) --With two days left to strike a deal to replenish a critical funding stream for highway projects across the country, the Senate threw a twist in the process.
Gabrielle Levy
Last survivor of air crew that dropped bomb on Hiroshima dies

Last survivor of air crew that dropped bomb on Hiroshima dies

STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga., July 30 (UPI) --Theodore Van Kirk, navigator of the B-29 that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima and the last survivor of the crew, has died at 93.
Frances Burns
PETA pays Detroit woman's water bill for pledging to go vegan

PETA pays Detroit woman's water bill for pledging to go vegan

DETROIT, July 30 (UPI) --PETA is paying a Detroit woman's water bill after she accepted an offer to pledge to go vegan in exchange for the group paying off her debt.
Aileen Graef
UCLA under water after 10 million gallons explode from water main

UCLA under water after 10 million gallons explode from water main

LOS ANGELES, July 30 (UPI) --A water main exploded near the University of California-Los Angeles Tuesday afternoon, flooding much of the campus, Sunset Boulevard and Pauley Pavilion.
Matt Bradwell
Ukrainian official: Rebels placed mines to block access to MH17 crash site

Ukrainian official: Rebels placed mines to block access to MH17 crash site

KIEV, Ukraine, July 30 (UPI) --Access to the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site remains a challenge for international investigators.
JC Finley
U.K. green lights driverless cars come January

U.K. green lights driverless cars come January

LONDON, July 30 (UPI) --The U.K. government announced Wednesday it was launching a research fund to test driverless cars, which could hit the streets as early as January 2014.
Ananth Baliga
Iran releases husband of detained American journalist

Iran releases husband of detained American journalist

TEHRAN, July 30 (UPI) --On Tuesday, Iran released one of four journalists who have been detained since last week for unknown reasons.
JC Finley
Drag racing suspected after New York man dies driving Camaro off bridge

Drag racing suspected after New York man dies driving Camaro off bridge

DOBBS FERRY, N.Y., July 30 (UPI) --A New York man is dead after driving his Chevrolet Camaro off an area bridge in what police say may have been a drag racing accident.
Matt Bradwell
ADP: Employers added 218,000 jobs in July

ADP: Employers added 218,000 jobs in July

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) --Private payrolls spiked in July by 218,000, higher than the average for this year, indicating a good upcoming jobs report from the Labor Department.
Ananth Baliga




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