News Headlines - 26 July 2013

Deadly clashes in Egypt as Morsi held on murder suspicion | Arab News

Egypt Friday formally detained Muhammad Mursi for allegedly abetting Palestinian militants in murdering policemen and staging prison breaks, as clashes between the deposed leader’s supporters and opponents killed two people.

Video - Spanish Train Crash Caught on CCTV - WSJ.com

Investigators were focusing on a possible combination of driver negligence and inadequate safety systems to explain why a passenger train was going at more than twice the recommended speed before it cracked up on a curve, killing dozens of people.

US will not seek death penalty for Edward Snowden, Holder tells Russia | guardian.co.uk

The US has told the Russian government that it will not seek the death penalty for Edward Snowden should he be extradited, in an attempt to prevent Moscow from granting asylum to the former National Security Agency contractor.

BBC Sport - Usain Bolt wins at Anniversary Games at Olympic Stadium

Six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt produced a season's best to win the 100m on his return to the Olympic Stadium for the Anniversary Games.

Big blue cock erected on fourth plinth in London's Trafalgar Square | The Guardian

There is simply no other way of putting it, and nor would earthy British wit have it any other way. A giant bright-blue cock - its feathers proudly upstanding, its coxcomb as stiff as a pennant in the breeze - has been erected in Trafalgar Square, London, and no double entendre is too good for it.








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