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LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 24, 2014

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A U.N. school in Gaza is hit by artillery shelling, killing civilians and U.N. staff, and rockets found in another U.N. school go missing.

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LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 23, 2014

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“A Tale of Two Transcripts” – Was it right for U.N. Secretary-General to accept a lift from Qatar on his way to broker peace talks in the Middle East?

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LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 22, 2014

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Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans makes an emotional appeal at the U.N., and fighting consumes the international airport in Tripoli, Libya.

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Obama Visits Netherlands Embassy, Offers Condolences

193 Dutch citizens, including an infant, were killed on Malaysian Flight 17, more citizens killed than any other country.

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Obama Awards Medal Of Honor For Valor In 2008 Battle Of Wanat

Army Sgt. Ryan M. Pitts, 28, is the ninth living recipient of the nation’s highest decoration for battlefield valor for actions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 21, 2014

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The U.N. Security Council tries to tackle violence between Israel and Hamas, as well as the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in Ukraine.

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TRNS Interview: Anna Lartey of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization

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The FAO’s Nutrition Director on the state of global nutrition, the rise of obesity, and the reality of food production in the 21st Century.

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LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 11, 2014

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A deadly attack against Ukrainian soldiers, the U.N. proposes a massive election audit in Afghanistan and picks a new Syria envoy.

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TRNS Interview: Will The U.S. Ever Embrace Soccer?

Interest in soccer surged when the U.S. team advanced, but will Americans ever have a long-term interest in the sport?

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LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 9, 2014

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Snowden asks to stay in Russia for another year, and the US threatens to end assistance to Afghanistan if contested elections lead to a breakaway government.

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Union Preservation, Dick Cheney Is The Man, And WikiLeaks Takes The Stage

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Here’s what happened today in American political history.

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● GOP voters eagerly await elections

● Appeals court rejects antibiotic petitions

● Nicotine-like pesticides pollute Midwestern streams

● FOIA lawsuit is embedded in an FOIA lawsuit

● San Francisco renters’ ordinance hit by lawsuit

● Secret pact suppresses food safety

Cruz: Obama Is “Fundraiser In Chief”

“There is one and only one way to solve this crisis,” Cruz said. “Eliminate the promise of amnesty.”

Admin Official: ISIS Poised To Spread

“They are training in Syria and are recruiting over social media which is something that we have never seen before,” said McGurk.

Sanders: House Republicans Not Acting In Good Faith On Veterans Affairs Bill

“I am prepared to be here (in Washington) this weekend to start serious negotiations in terms of how we work out our differences,” said Sen. Sanders (I-VT).

LISTEN: The World In Two Minutes – July 24, 2014

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A U.N. school in Gaza is hit by artillery shelling, killing civilians and U.N. staff, and rockets found in another U.N. school go missing.