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  1. BRIEF-Siegfried Holding: Chinese authorities' operating approval to Siegfried Nantong
  2. BRIEF-Allergy Therapeutics - mid-stage study inconclusive for dosage
  3. REFILE-Allergy Therapeutics says study fails to find hay fever therapy dose range
  4. UPDATE 1-Allergy Therapeutics says study fails to find hay fever therapy dose range
  5. BRIEF-Precision System Science plans full acquisition for electronic parts unit
  6. BRIEF-Admission to Alternext Paris of Pharnext upon IPO completion - Euronext
  7. Murray detects British buzz ahead of Wimbledon
  8. Potential Zika Vaccine To Undergo Human Trials - Huffington Post
  9. Electric Shocks Reduce Fats In Chocolate, Make Treat Healthier - Tech Times
  10. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  11. Second Texas man could lose leg to flesh-eating bacteria - Dallas Morning News
  12. On the front lines against Zika, Tampa Bay area mosquito experts are pressing hard - Tampabay.com
  13. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  14. Homing In on the Genetics of Migraine - Lincoln Journal Star
  15. Effects Of Perfectionism: How Intrusive Parenting Is Harmful To Children - Tech Times
  16. Amtrak crash kills 5 in Colorado - CNN
  17. Messi 'done playing with the national team' - ESPN FC
  18. Pope Says Gays and Others Marginalized by Church Deserve Apology - ABC News
  19. At least 2 dead, 60000 acres lost to California wildfires - Fox News
  20. At least 10 injured -- some stabbed -- at California rally, authorities say - CNN
  21. RPT-INSIGHT-To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce - Reuters
  22. Clinton gains ground over Trump in two new national polls - Fox News
  23. Fractures From 'Brexit' Vote Spread Into Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  24. BRIEF-Sonova to launch lithium-ion rechargeable hearing aid
  25. BRIEF-Safe Orthopaedics seals distribution agreements in Mexico and Chile
  26. Return of Allina Health nurses goes smoothly; bargaining has yet to restart - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  27. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  28. Electric Shocks Reduce Fats In Chocolate, Make Treat Healthier - Tech Times
  29. Second Texas man could lose leg to flesh-eating bacteria - Dallas Morning News
  30. On the front lines against Zika, Tampa Bay area mosquito experts are pressing hard - Tampabay.com
  31. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  32. Homing In on the Genetics of Migraine - Lincoln Journal Star
  33. Effects Of Perfectionism: How Intrusive Parenting Is Harmful To Children - Tech Times
  34. UPDATE 1-Singapore Airlines flight returns to Changi, catches fire, no casualties - Reuters
  35. Chile repeats as Copa America champs; Lionel Messi says he's quitting Argentina - USA TODAY
  36. Pope says Christians should apologize to gay people - CNN
  37. Weary Kern County evacuees are eager to know if their homes have survived massive wildfire - Los Angeles Times
  38. Suicide Bombers Kill 5 in Eastern Lebanon, Near Syria Border - ABC News
  39. At least 10 injured -- some stabbed -- at California rally, authorities say - CNN
  40. Fractures From 'Brexit' Vote Spread Into Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  41. Hillary Clinton leads, but Donald Trump supporters are more certain they'll vote - Washington Post
  42. UPDATE 1-Singapore Airlines flight returns to Changi, catches fire, no casualties
  43. BRIEF-Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceutical unit passes FDA approval
  44. BRIEF-Basilea Pharmaceutica: CRESEMBA (isavuconazole) launched in Italy
  45. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on June 27
  46. German stocks - Factors to watch on June 27
  47. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on June 27
  48. BRIEF-Nicox added to Russell Global Index
  49. Chile retain Copa with shootout win over Argentina
  50. Biles unbeatable at U.S. gymnastics championships
  51. Phelps happy to let 'little brother' take down old foe
  52. Messi says he has retired from internationals
  53. Men have higher chances of engaging in unprotected sex with attractive women - Maine News Online
  54. Love chocolate? Scientists say they can electrify it to make it low fat and taste the same - Digital Trends
  55. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  56. Return of Allina Health nurses goes smoothly; bargaining has yet to restart - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  57. Second Texas man could lose leg to flesh-eating bacteria - Dallas Morning News
  58. On the front lines against Zika, Tampa Bay area mosquito experts are pressing hard - Tampabay.com
  59. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  60. Effects Of Perfectionism: How Intrusive Parenting Is Harmful To Children - Tech Times
  61. 10 children, adults hurt after roller coaster plummets in Scotland - USA TODAY
  62. Singapore Airlines Jet Catches Fire, but All Passengers Safe - New York Times
  63. 5 dead, including 3 children, after Amtrak train collides with vehicle in southern Colorado - The Denver Post
  64. Weary Kern County evacuees are eager to know if their homes have survived massive wildfire - Los Angeles Times
  65. At least 10 injured -- some stabbed -- at California rally, authorities say - CNN
  66. 'Leave' Mayor Boris Johnson Begins PM Push, Lays Out Post-Brexit Vision - Huffington Post
  67. What Hillary Clinton has learned since 2008 - CNN
  68. British EU vote unnerves world leaders and markets - Reuters
  69. BRIEF-Tego Science to issue convertible bonds worth 1 bln won
  70. Kalisz claims first Rio ticket as Lochte fades
  71. Whitewater Center closes water channels after deadly amoeba detected in water - NH Voice
  72. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  73. Return of Allina Health nurses goes smoothly; bargaining has yet to restart - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  74. Love chocolate? Scientists say they can electrify it to make it low fat and taste the same - Digital Trends
  75. Second Texas man could lose leg to flesh-eating bacteria - Dallas Morning News
  76. Spraying in Monmouth County After Evidence of West Nile Virus Found - Patch.com
  77. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  78. Hovering parents may harm kids - UPI.com
  79. 10 children, adults hurt after roller coaster plummets in Scotland - USA TODAY
  80. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  81. CIA weapons for Syrian rebels funneled onto black markets: report - The Hill (blog)
  82. Weary Kern County evacuees are eager to know if their homes have survived massive wildfire - Los Angeles Times
  83. British EU vote unnerves world leaders and markets - Reuters
  84. What Hillary Clinton has learned since 2008 - CNN
  85. Fractures From 'Brexit' Vote Spread Into Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  86. At least 10 injured -- some stabbed -- at California rally, authorities say - CNN
  87. BRIEF-Zhejiang Hisoar Pharmaceutical to buy stake in Hunan-based co for 105 mln yuan
  88. Spain secure final spot in Rio women's rugby sevens
  89. Ko coasts in Arkansas to third LPGA win of the year
  90. Minn. nurses back to work after strike - ModernHealthcare.com
  91. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  92. Love chocolate? Scientists say they can electrify it to make it low fat and taste the same - Digital Trends
  93. Second Texas man could lose leg to flesh-eating bacteria - Dallas Morning News
  94. Spraying in Monmouth County After Evidence of West Nile Virus Found - Patch.com
  95. Whitewater Center rafting closes after brain-eating amoeba found in water - Miami Herald
  96. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  97. Hovering parents may harm kids - UPI.com
  98. On Eve of SCOTUS Abortion Decision, Texas Accused of Suppressing Key Data - NBCNews.com
  99. 10 children, adults hurt after roller coaster plummets in Scotland - USA TODAY
  100. Hillary Clinton Surprises by Attending Pride Parade in New York - New York Times
  101. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  102. After 'Brexit' Vote, Europe's Leaders Debate Timing of UK's Departure - Wall Street Journal
  103. With voters fed up with Washington, Clinton decries inaction in the nation's capital - Washington Post
  104. Fractures From 'Brexit' Vote Spread Into Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  105. At least 7 injured -- some stabbed -- at California rally, authorities say - CNN
  106. BRIEF-Medicinova added to Russell 3000  Index and Russell Global Index
  107. Woods not ready to return to action, will 'do it right'
  108. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  109. Chocolate with less fat? Scientists make shocking discovery. - Christian Science Monitor
  110. Spraying in Monmouth County After Evidence of West Nile Virus Found - Patch.com
  111. States smoking the most marijuana - 9NEWS.com
  112. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  113. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  114. Scientists claim cigarette smokers are clueless - BABW News
  115. Hovering parents may harm kids - UPI.com
  116. Orlando shootings temper LGBT Pride events - USA TODAY
  117. On Eve of SCOTUS Abortion Decision, Texas Accused of Suppressing Key Data - NBCNews.com
  118. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  119. Tough Choices and Hard Lessons for EU After 'Brexit' Vote - New York Times
  120. George Will: Trump's judge comments prompted exit from GOP - CNN
  121. Clinton nods to populist fervor in first response to Brexit - CNN
  122. Fractures From 'Brexit' Vote Spread Into Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  123. At least 7 injured -- some stabbed -- at California rally, authorities say - CNN
  124. Hurley lands first PGA Tour win at Congressional
  125. Minneapolis area nurses back to work following strike - Washington Post
  126. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  127. States smoking the most marijuana - 9NEWS.com
  128. N.J. agencies target, track Zika threat as mosquito season takes flight - NJ.com
  129. Chocolate with less fat? Scientists make shocking discovery. - Christian Science Monitor
  130. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  131. The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her - Huffington Post
  132. Scientists claim cigarette smokers are clueless - BABW News
  133. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  134. Orlando shootings temper LGBT Pride events - USA TODAY
  135. To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce - Reuters
  136. George Will: Trump's judge comments prompted exit from GOP - CNN
  137. Kern County fire evacuees struggle with another trauma uncertainty - Los Angeles Times
  138. 5 stabbed at neo-nazi rally in Sacramento - Los Angeles Times
  139. 'Brexit' Vote Roils Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  140. Hillary Clinton leads, but Donald Trump supporters are more certain they'll vote - Washington Post
  141. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  142. Minneapolis area nurses back to work following strike - Washington Post
  143. States smoking the most marijuana - 9NEWS.com
  144. Chocolate with less fat? Scientists make shocking discovery. - Christian Science Monitor
  145. N.J. agencies target, track Zika threat as mosquito season takes flight - NJ.com
  146. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  147. AIDS Delaware urging testing on National HIV Testing Day - Washington Post
  148. Chattanooga State to ban smoking July 1 - Chattanooga Times Free Press
  149. Outside Supreme Court, Activists Make Their Cases - Wall Street Journal
  150. Orlando shootings temper LGBT Pride events - USA TODAY
  151. To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce - Reuters
  152. Kern County fire evacuees struggle with another trauma uncertainty - Los Angeles Times
  153. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  154. Britain's Labour Party in turmoil over Brexit vote results - CNN
  155. 5 stabbed at neo-nazi rally in Sacramento - Los Angeles Times
  156. Hillary Clinton leads, but Donald Trump supporters are more certain they'll vote - Washington Post
  157. Rio mayor delivers last major Olympic Park installation
  158. N.J. agencies target, track Zika threat as mosquito season takes flight - NJ.com
  159. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  160. This Nearly $400-Billion Tech Giant Is Now in the Marijuana Business - Motley Fool
  161. Minneapolis area nurses back to work following strike - Washington Post
  162. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  163. Chocolate with less fat? Scientists make shocking discovery. - Christian Science Monitor
  164. AIDS Delaware urging testing on National HIV Testing Day - Washington Post
  165. Scientists discover stunning truth about e-cigarettes - Morning Ticker
  166. George Will: Trump's judge comments prompted exit from GOP - CNN
  167. Supreme Court set to rule on abortion clinic restrictions - Fox News
  168. The Latest: Hillary Clinton Marching in NYC gay pride parade - Washington Post
  169. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  170. To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce - Reuters
  171. Britain's Labour Party in turmoil over Brexit vote results - CNN
  172. At least 2 dead, 60000 acres lost to California wildfires - Fox News
  173. Hillary Clinton leads, but Donald Trump supporters are more certain they'll vote - Washington Post
  174. UPDATE 1-Fresenius promotes CFO Sturm to CEO job after Schneider quits
  175. Heptathlon win puts Ennis-Hill back on form for Rio
  176. Lochte and Kalisz line up for first showdown of U.S. trials
  177. Local business gives veterans new smiles - WJHG-TV
  178. Nurses strike averted at Brigham and Women's Hospital - Healthcare Finance News
  179. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  180. N.J. agencies target, track Zika threat as mosquito season takes flight - NJ.com
  181. This Nearly $400-Billion Tech Giant Is Now in the Marijuana Business - Motley Fool
  182. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  183. Chocolate with less fat? Scientists make shocking discovery. - Christian Science Monitor
  184. Scientists discover stunning truth about e-cigarettes - Morning Ticker
  185. Michigan GOP delegates split on Donald Trump as convention looms - Detroit Free Press
  186. At gay pride parades, large crowds and increased security - Washington Post
  187. British Politics in Disarray; Scotland Hopes to Block Brexit - New York Times
  188. Abortion, Corruption and Gun Ownership Still To Be Decided by the Supreme Court - ABC News
  189. Iraqi general: 'The battle for Falluja is over' - CNN
  190. Kern County fire evacuees struggle with another trauma uncertainty - Los Angeles Times
  191. Britain's Labour Party in turmoil over Brexit vote results - CNN
  192. In new poll, support for Trump has plunged, giving Clinton a double-digit lead - Washington Post
  193. 'Pressure? What pressure?,' asks Williams at Wimbledon
  194. Fresenius promotes CFO Sturm to CEO job after Schneider quits
  195. Agreement averts nurses' strike at Brigham and Women's Hospital - WCVB Boston
  196. Coffee's no longer thought to cause cancer, but who can keep up? - The Killeen Daily Herald
  197. Research team creates low-fat chocolate - NH Voice
  198. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  199. N.J. agencies target, track Zika threat as mosquito season takes flight - NJ.com
  200. This Nearly $400-Billion Tech Giant Is Now in the Marijuana Business - Motley Fool
  201. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  202. Scientists discover stunning truth about e-cigarettes - Morning Ticker
  203. West Virginia flooding: Residents can return to homes, if they're still there - CNN
  204. Highlights From New York's Gay Pride Parade - New York Times
  205. On Eve of SCOTUS Abortion Decision, Texas Accused of Suppressing Key Data - NBCNews.com
  206. Iraqi general: 'The battle for Falluja is over' - CNN
  207. Firefighters begin to get deadly California blaze under control - Reuters
  208. The startling human toll of Brexit - Washington Post
  209. Britain's Labour Party in turmoil over Brexit vote results - CNN
  210. In new poll, support for Trump has plunged, giving Clinton a double-digit lead - Washington Post
  211. Rower Grainger heading for fifth Games
  212. Second Man In Two Weeks Gets Flesh-Eating Bacteria After A Day At The Beach - Patch.com
  213. With A Zap, Scientists Create Low-Fat Chocolate - NPR
  214. Possible Nurses Strike At Brigham And Women's Hospital Averted - WBUR
  215. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  216. This Nearly $400-Billion Tech Giant Is Now in the Marijuana Business - Motley Fool
  217. Why Didn't FluMist Flu Vaccine Work? Your Questions Answered - NBCNews.com
  218. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  219. Most smokers not aware of chemicals they're inhaling - NH Voice
  220. 'Hamilton' to fundraise for Hillary Clinton with extra performance - Boston Herald
  221. At gay pride parades, a mix of celebration and sorrow - Washington Post
  222. On Eve of SCOTUS Abortion Decision, Texas Accused of Suppressing Key Data - NBCNews.com
  223. Death Toll May Rise in Destructive California Wildfire - ABC News
  224. George Will: Trump's judge comments prompted exit from GOP - CNN
  225. Britain's Labour Party in turmoil over Brexit vote results - CNN
  226. Iraqi Forces Claim Victory Over ISIS In Fallujah - NPR
  227. In new poll, support for Trump has plunged, giving Clinton a double-digit lead - Washington Post
  228. World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury denies doping allegation
  229. Veterans receive free dental care - WKOW
  230. Second Man In Two Weeks Gets Flesh-Eating Bacteria After A Day At The Beach - Patch.com
  231. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  232. With A Zap, Scientists Create Low-Fat Chocolate - NPR
  233. This Nearly $400-Billion Tech Giant Is Now in the Marijuana Business - Motley Fool
  234. Why Didn't FluMist Flu Vaccine Work? Your Questions Answered - NBCNews.com
  235. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine
  236. Most smokers not aware of chemicals they're inhaling - NH Voice
  237. Donald Trump's shifting positions on Muslim ban - CNN
  238. Supreme Court Set To Issue Major Abortion Ruling - Huffington Post
  239. Iraqi commander: Fallujah 'fully liberated' from ISIS - Fox News
  240. Death Toll May Rise in Destructive California Wildfire - ABC News
  241. Conservative columnist George Will says he's leaving GOP over Trump - CNN
  242. British political turmoil erupts in wake of Brexit vote - Washington Post
  243. In new poll, support for Trump has plunged, giving Clinton a double-digit lead - Washington Post
  244. 'Brexit' Vote Roils Opposition Labour Party - New York Times
  245. Australian Miller takes first MotoGP win
  246. Veterans receive free dental care - WKOW
  247. Genetically low birth weight may increase type 2 diabetes risk - Healio
  248. Connecticut opioid epidemic: 'call to action' needed, leaders say - New Haven Register
  249. With A Zap, Scientists Create Low-Fat Chocolate - NPR
  250. North Carolina Center Where Teen Allegedly Contracted Brain-Eating Amoeba Shuts Down Whitewater Activities - People Magazine