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Egypt's president Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has sworn in a new government, two weeks after being re-elected in a vote in which he faced no serious challengers.
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WashingtonPost: President Trump seems to be saying more and more things that aren’t true
WashingtonPost: U.S. companies can escape Trump’s steel tariffs. But it won’t be easy.
CNN: Haley: Human Rights Council a cesspool of bias
CNN: Wells Fargo's ethics hotline calls are on the rise
BBC: Tent of dreams
BBC: 'Optimistic' outlook for Scotland's economy
BBC: The school children who live in England but are taught in Scotland
BBC: Refugees' 'simple things' in Museum Without A Home exhibition
BBC: 'Please let me bury my murdered brother'
BBC: Adults in Scotland drink almost 20 units a week
Los Angeles Times: Garcetti bashes California's top-two primary while Schwarzenegger wants it to go nationwide
USA Today: General Electric is being pulled from the Dow Jones Industrial Index
USA Today: Detainee recounts separation from son
USA Today: Did a flight attendant see 16 migrant children on a flight from Phoenix to Miami?
Daily Mail: Declan John's star is being guided by two football icons - Ryan Giggs and Steven Gerrard
Daily Mail: Jordan Barrett cuts a casual figure running errands in New York
Daily Mail: Trump: Ivanka showed me pictures of children at the border and told me they are 'not good'
Daily Mail: Shark Tank's Steve Baxter hits back at viewers after they complain about him 'mansplaining'
Daily Mail: Victoria Beckham looks uncharacteristically casual in a camouflage top and skinny jeans in New York
CNBC: Worst isn't over for General Electric, predicts ex-GE transportation CEO
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