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Israel's security cabinet rejects one-week Mideast cease-fire. CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports.
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The Israeli cabinet says they have unanimously rejected a cease-fire proposal by Secretary John Kerry and the U.N.
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Jacques van der Gaag, friend of MH17 passenger Dr. Joep Lange, chats about Lange's impact in the AIDS research community.
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