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UK business in limbo in face of years of Brexit uncertainty
LONDON (AP) -- The impact of Britain's vote to leave the European Union was swift and painful for Ed Bussey's small tech firm in London....

Intolerant acts surge as British referendum result sinks in
LONDON (AP) -- An Eastern European family in Rugby finds dog excrement shoved through its mailbox. A Londoner nearly gets into a fight over drunken slurs shouted on a crowded subway car. A Polish teenager in Gloucestershire is taunted with threats of deportation at her high school....

EU lawmakers to press U.K. for quick exit ahead of summit
BRUSSELS (AP) -- European Union lawmakers are meeting in emergency session to discuss the U.K.'s unprecedented vote to leave the EU, set to call for Britain to trigger the exit process immediately....

UK's anti-EU victors will find it hard to fulfill promises
LONDON (AP) -- Politicians who wanted Britain to leave the European Union were not shy about making promises. They plastered their campaign bus with vows to "take back control" on immigration and boost funding for the beloved National Health Service....

Palestinians say Israel caused their summer water shortage
SALEM, West Bank (AP) -- As Palestinians in the West Bank fast from dawn to dusk in scorching heat during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, tens of thousands of people have been affected by a drought that has greatly reduced the flow to their taps....

Iraqis suffer in desert camps after flight from Fallujah
AMIRIYAH AL-FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Tens of thousands of Iraqis who survived a harrowing flight from Fallujah now find themselves in sprawling desert camps with little food, water or shelter. The growing humanitarian crisis less than an hour's drive from Baghdad has reinforced the region's deep-seated distrust of the government, and could undermine recent gains against the Islamic State group....

Homes burned, looted in Iraqi city after defeat of militants
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) -- Dozens of homes were looted and burned as Fallujah was liberated from the Islamic State group, and Iraqi government forces Monday accused the retreating militants. Some provincial police, however, blamed the fires on Shiite militias operating with the federal police....

US first lady, daughters, promote girls' learning in Morocco
MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) -- U.S. first lady Michelle Obama was visiting Morocco to promote education for girls in the North African kingdom, where only 36 percent of girls continue school beyond the primary level....

Michelle Obama, daughters in Africa to push girls' education
KAKATA, Liberia (AP) -- First lady Michelle Obama visited a leadership camp for girls in Liberia to launch her latest Africa visit Monday, urging the teens in one of the world's poorest countries to keep fighting to stay in school....

Egypt detains, deports prominent female TV host
CAIRO (AP) -- Egyptian authorities on Monday detained and deported a famous TV host whose program had been critical of the government's policies, including its crackdown on freedom of speech, her lawyer and officials said....

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