Also: A child thought cured of HIV shows signs of infection; Iraqi Kurds suspend government participation; and a huge thermometer is lit in southern California.
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Also: Israel continues airstrikes in Gaza; a Colorado judge overturns the state's ban on same sex marriage; and a million gallons of saltwater leak in North Dakota, affecting some drinking water.
Also: Obama meets Texas officials today but won't visit the U.S. border; a second alleged case of spying emerges in Germany; and police in Bangor, Maine, use humor to attract social media fans.
Also: An American will referee today's World Cup match; Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah claims victory, despite losing returns; and a judge tentatively approves the NFL concussion settlement.
Also: The co-owners of the NBA's L.A. Clippers battle in court over control of their assets; Ukraine takes more territory from rebels; and one man is gored in Pamplona's running of the bulls.
Also: Syrian chemicals reach Italy for destruction aboard a ship at sea; California protesters block migrants from a town; and the Navy promotes its first African American woman to 4-star admiral.
Also: Iraqi parliament members can't choose a new leader; Ukraine opens a military offensive against pro-Russian separatists; and New York City police tell subway acrobats to knock off their antics.
Also: GM's outside lawyer will set out compensation for victims of an auto defect; parts of Iowa and Illinois see new flooding; and Japan will change its pacifistic defense policy.
Also: The FIFA ban on biter Suarez is too much, says his victim; a human rights group locates the site of mass Iraqi executions; and composer Mary Rodgers dies.