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Jana Partners pressing Qualcomm to spin off chip business

ECB presser overcomes protest

Spain PM says fraud probe into ex-minister damages his party

Protester rushes ECB chief Draghi at press conference

Mayweather has last public appearance ahead of megafight

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Iraqi soldiers enter refinery amid Islamic State attacks

Correction: Arizona-Twins Dead story

Dog Flu Spreading in Midwestern States

AP Interview: Libya army chief bets on military solution

Labour Party most likely to form government, Deutsche Bank research shows

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Iran minister defines Yemen peace plan details

Thousands flee as Islamic State advances on Iraq's Ramadi

Final juror cuts continue in Colorado theater shooting trial

Correction: Japan-Nuclear-Flawed Cleanup story

Attorney general nominee vote likely this week: U.S. senator

Washington Post: Reporter's access to lawyer still limited

NY woman tackles pothole problem by planting pansies there

Records reveal details from 'high-end' clothing thefts

Assad says Turkish support 'main factor' in Idlib takeover

Police arrest father of Minnesota boy, 10, found in river

SKorea lets journalist in defamation case return to Japan

5 things from former Bush press secretary Perino's book

Wartime climate in Saudi puts calls for reform on hold

4 from former lawmaker's staff subpoenaed in US probe

Netflix will stick with ad-free model in China push - CEO

China frees 5 women's rights activists after month detention

Same-sex couple on Guam challenge island's marriage laws

Hungary PM Orban ready to back 2024 Olympic bid by Budapest

John Legend launches campaign to end mass incarceration

Cameroon says remains of American pilot found

FINA could offer Phelps extra place to race at swim worlds

ECB's efforts working, governments must play their role - Praet

Phelps wins 100 butterfly at 1st meet in 8 months

Islamic State blamed for Afghan suicide bombing killing 35

Spain urges more cooperation to handle attacks, migration

How Hernandez deliberations stack up against other trials