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  • UK's Hammond says there is "clear will" for Iran nuclear deal

    UK's Hammond says there is "clear will" for Iran nuclear deal

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    British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Tuesday that there is a 'clear will' to complete an agreement on Iran's nuclear programme. …

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  • Obama Congratulates US Women's Soccer Team on World Cup Triumph

    Obama Congratulates US Women's Soccer Team on World Cup Triumph

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    Obama Congratulates US Women's Soccer Team on World Cup Triumph

    President Barack Obama congratulated Team USA by phone, after they defeated Japan 5-2 to become the FIFA Women’s World Cup champions on Sunday, July 5, in Vancouver, Canada. New Jersey native and USA captain Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick in the first 16 minutes of the match. Offering an invitation to the White House, Obama said, “You guys just made a whole lot of new fans, and more importantly, inspired a whole new generation of young women to make sure women’s soccer continues to grow.” …