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The U.S. Energy Department says fracking has given “the United States more flexibility than in the past to use our oil resources with less concern.” apne.ws/2lAzuVy

Taking time to talk about and reflect on our failures at work can go a long way in creating more congenial, trusting and ultimately productive workplaces. nyti.ms/2PndzbJ

Greece will formally turn the page on its debt saga this week, but the eurozone remains vulnerable to further crises, with economists particularly worried about the situation in Italy u.afp.com/o8Jb

Cossacks and flowers as Putin dances at Austrian minister's wedding reut.rs/2BwZnKa

El Gobierno activará la próxima semana el proceso de exhumación de Franco bit.ly/2OJOk2b

The White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn II, has cooperated extensively in the special counsel investigation, sharing detailed accounts about the episodes at the heart of the inquiry into whether President Trump obstructed justice. nyti.ms/2BogVbt

Bodies of family found five days after Genoa bridge collapse, death toll hits 43 reut.rs/2nPyLug

Indonesia's Lombok island is jolted by multiple quakes as the island tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people. apne.ws/ODcdvCM

SpaceX reveals spacecraft and first crew reut.rs/2Hxu6pR via @ReutersTV 's tech playlist pic.twitter.com/eggXiOV0jY

ICYMI: Julie the tortoise celebrates her 50th birthday at a zoo in Karachi, Pakistan pic.twitter.com/SKig4Ecwmf

WATCH: Julie the tortoise celebrates her 50th birthday at a zoo in Karachi, Pakistan pic.twitter.com/OXSePENHK0

El Tribunal Supremo confirma a Al Sadr como ganador de los comicios iraquíes bit.ly/2OOWENZ

A flag hoist collapsed at the Asian Games as the Chinese national anthem played and Sun Yang, winner of the men's swimming 200-meter freestyle, stood atop the podium. apne.ws/IkHPmBv pic.twitter.com/xQ386GMqWI