14:31 - 2015/06/30
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prisoners riot in Melbourne,Australia

prisoners riot in Melbourne,Australia


Hundreds of prisoners have rioted in a maximum-security prison in the Australian city of Melbourne, with reports saying Emergency authorities, including heavily armed police carrying shields, are attending to contain the situation.
California National Guard to Train Ukrainian Troops

California National Guard to Train Ukrainian Troops


California Military Department spokesperson says California National Guard will continue to hold training exercises with Ukraine’s National Guard on a regular basis.
Activists call Cameron to support debt cancellation for Greece

Activists call Cameron to support debt cancellation for Greece


MPs, trade unionists, economists and campaigners have called upon David Cameron to support debt cancellation for Greece, saying it could be funded by seizing capital from speculators and banks that were the true beneficiaries of Athens’ bailouts.
shooting at Hartford basketball tournament leaves three injured,one killed

shooting at Hartford basketball tournament leaves three injured,one killed


Gunfire broke out during a basketball tournament near a Connecticut elementary school, leaving three people hurt and one killed .
Referendum Unable to Strengthen Athens' Negotiating Position
European Council President Donald Tusk:

Referendum Unable to Strengthen Athens' Negotiating Position


European Council President Donald Tusk claims that regardless of its results, the bailout referendum in Greece will not strengthen the position of Athens in negotiations with its creditors.
France May Sue US Over NSA Espionage Scandal

France May Sue US Over NSA Espionage Scandal


France may now initiate legal proceedings against the United States, after WikiLeaks published secret documents revealing that the US National Security Agency (NSA) had spied on top French officials, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said in an interview released Sunday.
Merkel: Hard Times in Russo-German Relations, Dialogue Needed

Merkel: Hard Times in Russo-German Relations, Dialogue Needed


Due to the Ukrainian crisis, the relations between Russia and Germany in 2015 are going through tough times, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, when greeting participants before the start of the 13th conference of Russian and German sister cities.
Austrian Finance Minister: There Will Be No Grexit

Austrian Finance Minister: There Will Be No Grexit


Austrian Finance Minister Hans Jörg Schelling told in an interview with the Austrian TV Channel ZIB1 that that the option of the Grexit is unlikely.
Differences remain in Iran nuclear talks

Differences remain in Iran nuclear talks


The six world powers seeking to negotiate an historic agreement with Iran plan to carry on negotiating beyond a Tuesday deadline, a senior U.S. official
Greek parliament gives green light to bailout terms referendum

Greek parliament gives green light to bailout terms referendum


The Greek parliament authorized Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' proposed July 5th bailout referendum.
Nuclear deal is a windfall for US Defense Contractors

Nuclear deal is a windfall for US Defense Contractors


Nuclear deal or not, Tehran is keeping its ballistic missiles. And American firms are betting on a buyer’s market in the Persian Gulf.
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan suspended increase in electricity prices

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan suspended increase in electricity prices


Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan has suspended an increase in household electricity prices in a bid to end protests in the capital Yerevan.
Germans Urge Merkel to Make Peace With Russia
German Newspaper:

Germans Urge Merkel to Make Peace With Russia


Activists of a German peace initiative appealed to German Chancellor for the peaceful resolution of the Ukrainian conflict and an organization of a multilateral conference with Russia’s participation to discuss possible way outs.
Puma Armored Vehicles Tested in Germany

Puma Armored Vehicles Tested in Germany


Germany’s unified armed forces received its first production of Puma armored infantry fighting vehicles (AIFV) on Tuesday during a ceremony at the Unterluss Proving Ground.
Enemies kill Muslims by Spread of Terrorism
Iranian MP:

Enemies kill Muslims by Spread of Terrorism


A senior Iranian Member of Parliament says blowing up bombs in the mosques and streets and the escalation of suicide operations in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Bahrain and Syria are planned and perpetrated with the purpose of killing Muslims.
Gunman attacked a gas factory in eastern France

Gunman attacked a gas factory in eastern France


A gunman attacked a gas factory in eastern France, pinning a decapitated head to the gates and injuring at least two other people with explosive devices before being arrested.
Deal with Iran will be made public but not be signed
US:

Deal with Iran will be made public but not be signed


The U.S. expects that the text of any potential deal with Iran, including detailed technical annexes, will be made public but not be signed by the negotiating parties, a senior administration official told reporters Thursday.
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10:16 - 2015/06/27
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Nuclear deal is a windfall for US Defense Contractors

Nuclear deal or not, Tehran is keeping its ballistic missiles. And American firms are betting on a buyer’s market in the Persian Gulf.
12:17 - 2015/06/19
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24 people killed in South Korea MERS outbreak

South Korean officials announced one more death in the country's MERS outbreak Friday, raising the total death toll to 24.
11:16 - 2015/06/15
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UK trains suicide bombers for ISIS

Asmal is believed to have become Britain's youngest suicide bomber in an oil refinery attack south of Baiji.
10:24 - 2015/06/13
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UK schools ban Muslim pupils from fasting during Ramadan

Four London primary schools have banned Muslim children from fasting during Ramadan, it has emerged.
09:29 - 2015/06/10
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Israeli film festival is an instrument to mute suffering of the Palestinian

Filmmakers and artists including Ken Loach, Mike Leigh and John Pilger have called on cinema chains to boycott a government-backed Israeli film festival in London.
10:14 - 2015/06/09
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UK must stops peddling arms to Saudi Arabia

Anti-arms trade activists are demanding that the UK stops peddling arms to Saudi Arabia, as the death toll in Yemen passes 2,000. Their call comes as a Saudi blogger faces a decade in prison and 1,000 lashes for expressing his political views.
08:49 - 2015/06/09
Saudi ambassador to the UK:
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We support for resolving Iranian nuclear file

Saudi ambassador for the UK said We support to resolve Iranian nuclear file.
10:13 - 2015/06/08
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A British Muslim woman attacked for wearing hijab

A British Muslim woman allegedly had her hijab ripped off in a racially motivated attack in London. Police say they have arrested two people in connection with the crime.
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