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Dutch declare day of national mourning for plane crash victims
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FAA tells U.S. airlines not to fly to Tel Aviv
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Possible listeria contamination spurs recall of summer fruits
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Mayflies overwhelm upper Midwest
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Litany of horrors allegedly inflicted on boy found nearly dying of starvation
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Mysterious white flags appear atop Brooklyn Bridge
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IRS official says Lois Lerner's missing emails may not be lost
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Man charged in Oklahoma with child abuse in Kenya
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Prince George's birthday album
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Missing New Hampshire teen home after 9 months
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Reiter Shines at Monmouth County Horse Show
Texas A&M rising sophomore Sophie Reiter (pronounced RITE-err) had a successful June with the Monmouth County Horse Show Association, winning championships in two consecutive shows at the East Freehold Showgrounds in Freehold, N.J.
Groom Completes U.S. Soccer Training Camp
Texas A&M rising senior Shea Groom was one of 24 players who participated in a U.S. Soccer Under-23 Women's National Team training camp in Seattle from July 15-22.
Incoming Aggie Boczova, Former A&M Standout Stancu Experience Success
Klaudia Boczova, who has committed to play her final two seasons of collegiate tennis at Texas A&M, and Cristina Stancu, who recently completed a stellar two-year career with the Aggies, have both experienced success at international tournaments.
Wright Headed to U-19 European Semifinals
Texas A&M rising sophomore Grace Wright played all 270 minutes for the Republic of Ireland as the squad topped Group B of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship Final Tournament with a 3-0 record to earn a spot in the semifinals.
Shamier Little headlines Aggie trio in World Junior Championships
Texas A&M's Shamier Little, the World Junior leader in the 400 hurdles, headlines a group of three Aggies who will compete in the World Junior Championships in Eugene this week. Competition begins Tuesday, July 22, and runs through Sunday, July 27.
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