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09 July 2014

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North Korea Fires More Missiles Into the Sea (34)
VOA News July 09, 2014 12:12 AM North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the ocean off its east coast, the fourth such test in under two weeks. South Korean defense officials say the suspected Scud missiles fired Wednesday from the western Hwanghae province had a range of about 500 kilometers. In recent weeks, North Korea has expanded its U.N.
Pilot buys pizzas for passengers grounded by storm (14)
Frontier Airlines pilot orders pizzas for passengers after storms ground US flight Associated Press CHEYENNE, Wyoming (AP) - Faced with potentially hungry - and grumpy - passengers, a Frontier Airlines pilot treated them to pizza when storms diverted a Denver-bound flight to Cheyenne, Wyoming, where the plane was stuck for a couple of hours. Cheyenne Domino's Pizza manager Andrew Ritchie told The Associated Press
George Clooney rips British tabloid over report fianc'ee's mom against marriage (17)
Jill Lawless London - The Associated Press Britain's Daily Mail newspaper apologized to George Clooney on Wednesday for alleging his fianc'ee's mother opposed the marriage on religious grounds - a story Clooney called both wrong and irresponsible. Clooney is engaged to Beirut-born London lawyer Amal Alamuddin, whose father Ramzi belongs to a prominent Druze family.
Snowden Applies To Extend His Stay In Russia (11)
The lawyer for former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden says his client has officially applied to Russia's Federal Migration Service to extend his stay in Russia. Anatoly Kucherena confirmed the news on July 9, noting that Snowden's current one-year permit granting him temporary asylum expires July 31. Kucherena refused to comment on which particular asylum status Snowden has applied for.
Fugitive Snowden Asks to Extend Stay in Russia (10)
Reuters July 09, 2014 10:51 AM MOSCOW - Former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden has asked Moscow to extend his asylum in Russia, his lawyer said on Wednesday. Russia granted Snowden a one-year visa in August 2013 despite the United States wanting Moscow to send him home to face criminal charges, including espionage, for disclosing secret U.S Internet and telephone surveillance programs.
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