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Two more found dead on Everest, bringing total to six

Mt. EverestThe last four days near the world's tallest peak have been extraordinarily deadly, as perhaps six climbers have now reportedly succumbed on the perilous mountain -- with two more found Monday.

The first of the six, Phurba Sherpa, a 25-year-old Nepalese guide, died on Mount Everest Thursday after a fall. In the days following, a Dutch climber, an Australian woman and an Indian man also died.

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Greek police begin clearing 8,000 migrants from Idomeni refugee camp

Greek police begin emptying refugee campGreek police began clearing about 8,000 people from the Idomeni refugee camp Tuesday morning near the Greece-Macedonia border.

The thus-far peaceful sweep of what is regarded as Europe's largest camp for those migrating to Europe from the Middle East and North Africa comes after George Kyritsis, a government spokesman, promised "no violence would be used."

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Baseline sought for British fracking efforts

Fracking in UKA British geological organization said it was working to set an environmental baseline to serve as a basis for weighing the impacts of hydraulic fracturing.

The British Geological Survey said its work with its university counterparts would set a baseline for water and air quality, as well as seismic activity, associated with a shale gas reserve in North Yorkshire. Third Energy U.K. Gas Ltd. submitted an application last year to use hydraulic fracturing, known also as fracking, at one well site.

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Colombia says 2 more journalists missing in rough area

Manuel SantosColombian President Juan Manuel Santos says two additional journalists are missing in a lawless part of the country where security forces are already hunting for a Spanish journalist.

Santos said Tuesday two journalists from right-leaning RCN network are unaccounted for and are being sought.

Officials already have been seeking Salud Hernandez-Mora, a longtime correspondent for Spain's El Mundo newspaper. She hasn't been seen or heard from since Saturday, when she took a motorcycle to an unknown destination in the Catatumbo region dominated by leftist rebels and drug traffickers.

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U.S. To Completely Lift Vietnam Arms Embargo

US to lift arms embargo on VietnamHuman Rights Watch reacted with dismay to Washington’s decision to toss away a critical lever it might have had to spur political reform in the Communist party-ruled state.

Phil Robertson, the watchdog’s Asia director, said in a statement that even as Obama was lifting the arms embargo Vietnamese authorities were arresting a journalist, human rights activists and bloggers on the street and in their houses.

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North Korea Shuts Down Donald Trump’s Kim Jong Un Proposal

N Korea shuts down Trump talk proposalU.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump‘s proposal to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a “kind of propaganda or advertisement” in his election race, a senior North Korean official said on Monday.

Trump, in a wide-ranging interview with Reuters in New York last week, said he is willing to talk to the North Korean leader to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program, proposing a major shift in U.S. policy toward the isolated nation.

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Appeals court throws out Bank of America $1.27 billion penalty

BOA fine thrown outA U.S. appeals court today threw out a $1.27 billion penalty levied against Bank of America in connection with shoddy mortgages sold by the former subprime giant Countrywide.

The loans in question were offered through Countrywide’s “hustle” program in 2007 and sold to now government-owned Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac even though executives knew the mortgages did not meet certain quality standards.

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Appeal for Indiana woman convicted for having an abortion

Purvi PatelLast March, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump told MSNBC that if abortion is banned, “there has to be some form of punishment” for the woman.

Anti-abortion groups protested that they had no intention of prosecuting women for having abortions under their desired ban — only doctors who allegedly victimize them. Trump eventually released a prepared statement to the same effect: “The doctor or any other person performing this illegal act upon a woman would be held legally responsible, not the woman.”

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Four climbers dead on Everest in four days

Everest cliimberSince last Thursday four people have died on the 29,035-foot peak, including a Sherpa. Rescue efforts are ongoing for two other missing climbers.

"Everest is a mountain of extremes," said Jon Kedrowski, a geographer and climber who summited Mount Everest in 2012, when 10 climbers died. "At altitude, the body deteriorates on a certain level.

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