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  • Lake Powell, the second-largest human-made reservoir in the US, has lost nearly 7% of its potential storage capacity since 1963, when Glen Canyon Dam was built, a new report shows.
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  • Domino's has formally shut its stores in Italy after seven years in the country, according to a report by Milano Today.
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  • Credit agencies know a lot about Americans. The agencies accumulate information, such as Social Security numbers, birthdays, how much savings people have, how much debt they're in and how late they pay their bills.
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  • Confused about inflation? You're not alone.
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  • Five state-owned Chinese companies, including the country's leading energy and chemical company, have chosen to delist from the New York Stock Exchange by the end of August.
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  • The American economy didn't get the memo that it's supposed to already be in a recession.
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  • Greek police said on Monday they had located 38 Syrian refugees in the Lavara area of Evros, among them one pregnant woman and seven children.
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  • Kenyan presidential candidate Raila Odinga has spoken for the first time since he lost the election saying his coalition "totally and without reservations reject the presidential results" in a televised address on Tuesday.
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  • A growing number of US citizens are being detained in Venezuela -- and though exactly how many is unknown, the detentions could give authoritarian leader Nicolas Maduro leverage in frosty relations with Washington.
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