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Asset sale talk, well hopes drive BP shares higher

LONDON (Reuters) - BPshares rose to their highest in nearly a month on Monday, driven by reports of asset disposals to help pay for the company's U.S. oil spill and hopes for a new system to capture almost all the spewing oil.

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Uganda bombings kill 64, Islamists suspected

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Suspected Somali Islamists carried out two bomb attacks in the Ugandan capital that killed at least 64 people as they watched the World Cup final at a restaurant and a sports club, authorities said on Monday.

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Uganda bombings kill 64, Islamists suspected

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Suspected Somali Islamists carried out two bomb attacks in the Ugandan capital that killed at least 64 people as they watched the World Cup final at a restaurant and a sports club, authorities said on Monday.

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Uganda bombings kill 70, Islamists suspected

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Suspected Somali Islamists carried out two bomb attacks in the Ugandan capital that killed 70 people watching the World Cup final at a restaurant and a sports club, authorities said on Monday.

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CORRECTED - Uganda bombings kill 64, Islamists suspected

(Corrects army spokesman's name, Adds army, Ethiopian, al Shabaab comments)

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Bomb explodes in N.Ireland, police say targeted

BELFAST (Reuters) - A bomb destroyed a bridge in Northern Ireland late on Saturday in an attack police said was targeted at its officers.

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BP starts work to install new cap on gushing well

HOUSTON/PORT SULPHUR, La. (Reuters) - BP Plc removed a containment cap from its stricken Gulf of Mexico oil well on Saturday in the first step toward installing a bigger cap to contain all the crude gushing into the sea and fouling the coast.

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50 people dead in China after heavy rain

BEIJING (Reuters) - Flooding, landslides and torrents of mud have killed 50 people in southern China and another 15 are missing after days of torrential rain, the Ministry of Civil Affairs said late on Saturday.

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BP starts work to install new cap on gushing well

HOUSTON/PORT SULPHUR, La. (Reuters) - BP Plc removed a containment cap from its stricken Gulf of Mexico oil well on Saturday in the first step toward installing a bigger cap to contain all the crude gushing into the sea and fouling the coast.

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U.S. court refuses stay in deepwater drilling case

NEW ORLEANS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration is preparing to unveil a revised deepwater oil drilling moratorium after a federal court refused on Thursday to reinstate an earlier ban imposed after BP Plc's massive oil spill.