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Competition from Middle Eastern carriers may mean lower fares to Europe, Middle East

Los Angeles Times (Hugo Martin) — An ongoing airline feud continued to boil last week over whether three Middle East-based airlines have accepted billions of dollars in subsidies from their oil-rich governments to unfairly compete...
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Jacobo Zabludovsky dies at 87; pro-government TV news anchor in Mexico

Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles Times staff and wire reports) — Jacobo Zabludovsky, a rail-thin newsman with a booming voice who became famous as the face of TV news in Mexico but was equally well known to his critics as an apologist for the government, has...
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Box office: 'Terminator Genisys' debuts at No. 3, 'Magic Mike: XXL' at No. 4

Los Angeles Times (Saba Hamedy) — Male strippers and the return of the Terminator were not enough to get moviegoers to flock to theaters over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
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Donald Trump comments still dominating the GOP debate, dividing the field

Los Angeles Times (David Lauter) — More than two weeks after his disparaging comments about Mexican immigrants attracted attention, Donald Trump continues to dominate the Republican campaign debate and divide the candidates.
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FTC says hotels don't have to add resort fees to advertised rates

Los Angeles Times (Hugo Martin) — Mandatory hotel resort fees that aren't wrapped into the advertised nightly rate can be frustrating but they don't represent a deceptive business practice.
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Afghan fighters accuse Kabul of neglect in deadly battle with Taliban

Los Angeles Times (Ali M. Latifi) — With his weapon in one hand, Ibrahim answered his cellphone with the other. He was hoping the call would bring news of reinforcements for his Afghan Local Police post, which was under siege from...
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What time does the Women's World Cup final start?

Los Angeles Times (Austin Knoblauch) — In a rematch of the 2011 Women's World Cup final, the United States will play Japan at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday at 4 p.m. PDT.
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FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he won't risk traveling during probe

Los Angeles Times (Austin Knoblauch) — FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who is at the center of an ongoing FBI criminal investigation, said the risk of being arrested has prevented him from traveling outside Switzerland.
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Web Buzz: Travel a state via the California Through My Lens blog

Los Angeles Times (Jen Leo) — Uncover California's hidden, quirky, one-of-a-kind attractions, stores and restaurants with this very personal blog.
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Sunday, Jul. 5, 2015

Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles Times Staff) — Get the experience of reading today's paper online through our eNewspaper, an electronic version of the same paper that hits subscriber's driveways. Or, read those stories on latimes.com using the...
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Letters: Kudos for less-traveled destinations, cemetery finds, more

Los Angeles Times Thank you so much for your "A Fab Five" [ June 28 ] articles on desirable destinations that are not yet overrun.
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China's move toward restricting foreign NGOs spurs anxiety in many organizations

Los Angeles Times (Julie Makinen) — When a massive earthquake struck Nepal in April, Chinese nongovernmental organizations rushed in to provide help, making camp on the grounds of the national palace museum and distributing water,...
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Marriage equality: a right is a right

Los Angeles Times To the editor: Descriptions such as "restraint" or "intervention" seem inappropriate when describing our current Supreme Court justices. I prefer the terms "unreasonable" or "reasonable." ("...
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Alexander von Humboldt: The man who made nature modern

Los Angeles Times (Andrea Wulf) — His contemporaries considered Alexander von Humboldt the most famous man in the world after Napoleon, and Thomas Jefferson called him "one of the greatest ornaments of the age." There are more...
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Don't blame the electric cars

Los Angeles Times To the editor: Dear Gov. Jerry Brown: My family is doing what we can to save the environment. (" Rough road ," July 1) 
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Jailing fewer at the border

Los Angeles Times (The Times Editorial Board) — The Department of Homeland Security announced recently that it would release hundreds of mothers and children who are seeking political asylum, so that they can await their hearings in freedom...
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Obamacare decision: Lawyers doing what lawyers do

Los Angeles Times To the editor: I was startled to read the opinion piece by David B. Rivkin Jr. and Elizabeth Price Foley on King vs. Burwell. (" A terrible precedent ," Opinion, June 29) Clearly there are some...
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Through fiction, veterans present a clearer truth on U.S. wars

Los Angeles Times (Doyle McManus) — Here's a summer reading suggestion you probably didn't see coming: Try some of the excellent recent fiction produced about America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, much of it by veterans.
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Wanted: True oversight of the L.A. County Sheriff's Department

Los Angeles Times (The Times Editorial Board) — Los Angeles County has a commission created more than a half century ago, that is tasked with monitoring jail conditions and holding government accountable for improper treatment of inmates. As...
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