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  French company Technip has signed a preliminary $500 million deal to upgrade a key Libyan oil facility, along with Italy's Eni and Libya's state oil company

Libya: France announces $500 million upgrade for oil site

Updated: 5/31/2016 05:06 AM

  France is bracing for new strikes this week, though its gasoline shortage situation was stable on Tuesday, with six out of height refineries blocked or partially disrupted by protests against a labor law

France braces for more strikes, gas shortage continues

Updated: 5/31/2016 05:21 AM

  Residents of some rural southeast Texas counties were bracing for more flooding along a river that's expected to crest at a record level

Texas river expected to crest at record level Tuesday

Updated: 5/31/2016 05:28 AM

  Police in northern Indiana say four people, including a 6-week-old baby, were aboard an Amish buggy when it flipped after being struck by a vehicle

4 aboard Amish buggy when it flipped during Indiana accident

Updated: 5/31/2016 05:31 AM

  A senior adviser to the European Court of Justice says a European Union business may legitimately prohibit an employee from wearing a Muslim headscarf

EU court adviser: Employers can ban Muslim headscarf

Updated: 5/31/2016 05:33 AM

  Authorities have identified a New Jersey man found unconscious at the bottom of a motel pool and rescued by a maintenance worker and guest

Electric shock suspected in near drowning at NJ motel pool

Updated: 5/31/2016 05:37 AM

  Electronic construction signs in the Dallas area appear to have been hacked, displaying messages calling Donald Trump a reptile and imploring early morning commuters to take a day off work

Hacked Texas construction signs call Donald Trump a lizard

Updated: 5/31/2016 06:09 AM

  An Afghan official says the Taliban have attacked several buses on a road in the country's north, killing nine people and abducting at least 35

Taliban attack buses in north Afghanistan, kill 9, abduct 35

Updated: 5/31/2016 06:19 AM

  US consumer spending surged 1 percent in April, biggest gain in 6 years; incomes also rose

US consumer spending surged 1 percent in April, biggest gain in 6 years; incomes also rose

Updated: 5/31/2016 06:30 AM

  An Afghan official says the Taliban have attacked several buses on a road in the country's north, killing nine people and abducting at least 35

Taliban attack buses in north Afghanistan, kill 9, abduct 35

Updated: 5/31/2016 06:13 AM

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