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News from 2015-02-06

 WHO still concerned about spread of Saudi MERS virus
February 6, 2015
WHO still concerned about spread of Saudi MERS virus
Taylor Swift joins elite group as '1989' tops Billboard chart again
February 6, 2015
Taylor Swift joins elite group as '1989' tops Billboard chart again
 Actor Johnny Depp marries fiancee Amber Heard
February 6, 2015
Actor Johnny Depp marries fiancee Amber Heard
Daughter of Whitney Houston still on life support
February 6, 2015
Daughter of Whitney Houston still on life support
'Dukhtar' to screen at American Independents in Berlin on Feb 10
February 6, 2015
'Dukhtar' to screen at American Independents in Berlin on Feb 10
No Tendulkar gives Pakistan World Cup hope
February 6, 2015
No Tendulkar gives Pakistan World Cup hope
Rahat Ali replaces Junaid Khan for World Cup
February 6, 2015
Rahat Ali replaces Junaid Khan for World Cup
India determined to return to winning ways at World Cup
February 6, 2015
India determined to return to winning ways at World Cup
Thompson tops Torrey as wounded Tiger quits again
February 6, 2015
Thompson tops Torrey as wounded Tiger quits again
Wall St. ends lower with oil prices, renewed Greece worries
February 6, 2015
Wall St. ends lower with oil prices, renewed Greece worries
 Germany wants new Greek rulers to ditch anti-austerity promises
February 6, 2015
Germany wants new Greek rulers to ditch anti-austerity promises
EU's Moscovici says Greece must respect commitments
February 6, 2015
EU's Moscovici says Greece must respect commitments
Australian PM to face leadership vote after party-room revolt
February 6, 2015
Australian PM to face leadership vote after party-room revolt
At least 20 killed in clashes between Myanmar army and rebels
February 6, 2015
At least 20 killed in clashes between Myanmar army and rebels
 Islamic State executes three of its Chinese militants: China paper
February 6, 2015
Islamic State executes three of its Chinese militants: China paper
Alibaba's Ant Financial to buy 25 percent of India's One97
February 6, 2015
Alibaba's Ant Financial to buy 25 percent of India's One97
China starts dredging at another reef in disputed waters: Manila
February 6, 2015
China starts dredging at another reef in disputed waters: Manila
China to crack down on foreign casinos seeking Chinese gamblers
February 6, 2015
China to crack down on foreign casinos seeking Chinese gamblers
Missouri boy, 6, nabbed by family to teach him fear of strangers: police
February 6, 2015
Missouri boy, 6, nabbed by family to teach him fear of strangers: police
Washington state mulls ban on capture of killer whales for entertainment
February 6, 2015
Washington state mulls ban on capture of killer whales for entertainment
Lawmakers want tougher vaccine exemptions amid measles outbreak
February 6, 2015
Lawmakers want tougher vaccine exemptions amid measles outbreak
U.S. pressing Cuba to restore diplomatic ties before April - officials
February 6, 2015
U.S. pressing Cuba to restore diplomatic ties before April - officials
 New York train was not speeding before crash with car
February 6, 2015
New York train was not speeding before crash with car
France and Egypt negotiating Rafale fighter jet deal: newspaper
February 6, 2015
France and Egypt negotiating Rafale fighter jet deal: newspaper
Heavy fighting in Libya's Benghazi as army pushes to take port
February 6, 2015
Heavy fighting in Libya's Benghazi as army pushes to take port
Jordan military jets pound Islamic State as king comforts pilot's family
February 6, 2015
Jordan military jets pound Islamic State as king comforts pilot's family
Oil extends rally, but swelling inventory drags
February 6, 2015
Oil extends rally, but swelling inventory drags
U.S. jobs market seen firm despite slowing economy
February 6, 2015
U.S. jobs market seen firm despite slowing economy
RadioShack files for bankruptcy; Sprint to take over some stores
February 6, 2015
RadioShack files for bankruptcy; Sprint to take over some stores
Asian shares tread cautiously ahead of US payrolls
February 6, 2015
Asian shares tread cautiously ahead of US payrolls