8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jul 29 2015

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The son of Muammar el-Qaddafi, Libya's late longtime dictator, was sentenced to death for his role in the violent suppression of Libya's Arab Spring uprising. (The New York Times)
Police found the body of a missing 8-year-old girl in a recycling bin after her 15-year-old neighbor killed her. (CBS News)
The NFL is still mad at Tom Brady, but the league hired its first female coach. (Refinery29)
New footage shows Sandra Bland alive in her jail cell, released by Texas officials Thursday to dispel online rumors that she was already dead in her mugshot photos. (CNN)
Two thousand migrants attempting to cross from France into Britain via the Channel Tunnel were caught. (Al Jazeera)
Animal rights activists who free captive critters and the Charleston shooter have a very important difference: Only the former are considered terrorists. (The Intercept)
The first labeled maps of Pluto and Charon have arrived! (BuzzFeed)
Two years ago, an 8-year-old girl in the U.S. wrote a message in a bottle and threw it in the ocean. This week, she got an answer all the way from Ireland. (Yahoo Travel)

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