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Morning Must Reads: July 23

Jul 23, 2014
  • "U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday there have been 'steps forward' in the diplomacy aimed at ending the fighting between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas, as he arrived in Jerusalem for talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli officials." [WSJ]
    • "The Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, challenged critics of his country’s military operation in Gaza Tuesday morning, saying they don’t understand the legal definition of 'proportionality' in wartime." [TIME]
    • How to Break Hamas' Stranglehold on Gaza [WashPost/David Ignatius]
  • "U.S. intelligence resources tracked the 'specific missile' that downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a senior Administration official said Tuesday, saying intelligence adds up to a picture that 'implicates Russia' in helping to bring down the plane." [TIME]
  • "On Tuesday, two federal courts issued rulings on President Obama’s health care law. Here’s what you need to know about how the rulings affect you..." [TIME]
  • "Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández has been warned by U.S. officials to expect a enormous wave of deportations from the United States, he told TIME in an interview at the presidential palace in the Honduran capital on July 17. 'They have said they want to send them on a massive scale,' he said." [TIME]
  • Businessman David Perdue won Georgia's Senate GOP runoff primary against Rep. Jack Kingston with less than 51% of the vote on Tuesday. Perdue now faces Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn, the daughter of former Sen. Sam Nunn, in the fall. [TIME]
      • Battleground Georgia: Democrats See 2014 Flip [Politico]
    • What if Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Loses? [Politico]
    • Cuomo's Office Hobbled State Ethic Inquiries [NYT]
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