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Islamic State prime suspect after suicide bombers kill 41 at Istanbul airport 12:19pm EDT

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish investigators pored over video footage and witness statements on Wednesday after three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers opened fire and blew themselves up in Istanbul's main airport, killing 41 people and wounding 239.  Full Article

 
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North American leaders vow to boost trade despite threats 1:06pm EDT 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada, the United States and Mexico on Wednesday vowed to deepen their economic ties, pushing back against anti-free-trade sentiment that has shifted political debate in the United States and Europe.  Full Article  

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TSX jumps 1 percent as oil supports, investors buy post-Brexit 10:25am EDT 

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index rose more than 1 percent in morning trade on Wednesday as higher oil prices boosted shares of energy companies and investors bought back into banks after the initial shock of Britain's vote to exit the European Union.  Full Article  

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Canada, Mexico move to improve ties as U.S. election looms Tuesday, 28 Jun 2016 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada and Mexico agreed to settle a pair of protracted bilateral disputes on Tuesday in the run-up to a U.S. presidential election in November that could shake ties between the three North American nations.  Full Article  

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Classy Federer ends Willis fairytale 1:40pm EDT 

LONDON (Reuters) - Seven-times champion Roger Federer ended the fairytale Wimbledon run of British qualifier Marcus Willis with an emphatic 6-0 6-3 6-4 victory on a packed Centre Court on Wednesday.  Full Article  

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Elvis Presley guitarist Scotty Moore dies at 84: report Tuesday, 28 Jun 2016 

(Reuters) - Scotty Moore, a pioneering rock guitarist best known for backing Elvis Presley as a member of his original band and into superstardom, died on Tuesday at the age of 84, the Memphis Commercial-Appeal reported.  Full Article  

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Facebook's political influence under a microscope 11:08am EDT 

(Reuters) - As the U.S. presidential campaign heats up, Facebook Inc is going out of its way to show its neutrality - an increasingly urgent matter for the social network as evidence of its power continues to emerge.  Full Article