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July 5, 2018 12:26

This Week in 60 Seconds: July 5, 2018

This Week in 60 Seconds: July 5, 2018


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Here are the full stories on the biggest news that happened this week:

1. Historic anti-Pay for Slay bill passes into law

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2. Two earthquakes hit northern Israel

3. Mexican leftist Lopez Obrador wins presidency.

4. Rebels surrender as the Syrian army advances.

5. Hebron shooter Elor Azaria returns to Hebron for first time after being released from jail.

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