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13.06.2013

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In other news Thursday, an explosion at a Louisiana chemical plant killed one person and injured at least 73. The plant, located about 20 miles from Baton Rouge, produces highly flammable gases. Also, FBI director Robert Mueller claimed that revelations about the NSA's secret programs have harmed national security. Source: pbs.org

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