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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified in front of Congress about the attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya, which left four Americans dead and 10 other people injured. See the highlights here.
The Pentagon announced that it will lift the ban on women in combat, which had been in effect since 1994.
A massive fire at a nightclub in Santa Maria, Brazil, left at least 232 people dead. Pyrotechnics used by the band performing at the club were likely the cause of the fire, and there are reports that security guards initially locked some of the doors, which intensified panic.
A riot broke out in Port Said, Egypt, after 21 people were sentenced to death for their roles in a deadly fight following a soccer game last year. At least 38 people have been killed in the riots, with around 415 injured. President Mohamed Morsi has imposed a 30-day curfew on the town in an attempt to end the riots.
Israel has threatened to launch a preemptive strike against Syria if they attempt to send weapons to Lebanese militant groups.
JaMarcus Russell, a former Oakland Raider, is attempting an NFL comeback, though he hasn’t played professionally since 2009.
Belarusian tennis player Victoria Azarenka beat American Sloane Stephens in the semifinals of the Australian Open after a controversial medical timeout.
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