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July 07, 2015 00:18
Reuters / Francois Lenoir
Greece wants to be part of a democratic Europe, not one of austerity – deputy interior minister
Greece wants to remain part of a “social Europe,” not a “Europe of austerity”, Greece’s deputy interior minister told RT. He hopes that “reason and democratic traditions” will prevail when Greece and its creditors are back at the negotiating table.
Bedouin school children study in their school the al-Jahalin Basic Mixed School located east of Jerusalem near Azariya in the Israeli occupied West Bank (AFP Photo / Menahem Kahana) Israel arrests Negev teachers for ‘spreading ISIS propaganda’
Israel has arrested six Bedouins, including four elementary and high school teachers, and indicted them for their alleged support of Islamic State peoples and the promotion of the jihadist ideology, the Shin Bet security service has announced.
Former Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis (Reuters / Alkis Konstantinidis) 'He doesn't negotiate, he kicks ass!' Why Varoufakis was the coolest finance minister ever
In five months of being Greek Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis proved himself to be a tough negotiator who was not going to concede even a bit to Greece’s creditors, as well as a political ‘rock star’ who wins hearts and minds from atop his motorcycle.
P5 + 1 and Iranian delegations, Austria July 6, 2015 (Reuters / Leonhard Foeger) Nuclear deadline: Protracted Iran talks near resolution
With the primary parts of the Tehran nuclear deal reportedly decided, the top diplomats from P5+1 world powers and Iran have taken a break in order to continue their negotiations on Tuesday, the latest date upon which a resolution should be reached.
Pope Francis (L) waves next to Ecuador's President Rafael Correa in Quito, Ecuador, July 6, 2015 (Reuters / Stringer) ‘Domestic church & best social capital’: Pope Francis turns to family values in Ecuador
Hundreds of thousands of worshipers welcomed Pope Francis I in Ecuador as he kicked off his tour of South America. Addressing the crowds in Guayaquil, the Pope preached the importance of family.
Still from YouTube video/WebTV59 Heroic Sydney man jumps onto train tracks to save 18-month-old granddaughter
Dramatic CCTV footage has emerged showing how a grandfather fearlessly risked his life to save his 18-month-old granddaughter from an oncoming freight train speeding towards the Wentworthville station in Sydney.
Image from 6.2 magnitude quake strikes east of Kuril Islands
The quake occurred at 05:10 GMT east of the Kuril Islands, Russia, at a depth of 10 kilometers. No immediate information about a possible tsunami has been reported.
Reuters / Shannon Stapleton Medical breakthrough: Scientists hope to block ‘old-age protein’, reverse memory loss
Scientists are aiming to develop antibodies which could reverse the effects of an ‘aging’ protein which builds up in the blood and body. The findings could lead to medical breakthroughs in reducing memory loss and brain degeneration.
Screenshot from video Ghost rider in the sky: Scientists use lasers to project movie onto clouds (VIDEO)
A green ghost rider appeared in the sky over the British city of Nottingham when scientists started testing a newly developed projecting device which allows the beaming of moving images directly onto clouds for the first time ever.
Qatar 2022 World Cup bid chairman Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani poses with Harold Mayne-Nicholls, head of FIFA's six-man inspection team, during the FIFA Inspection Tour for the country's bid, in Doha September 16, 2010 (Reuters /  Stringer) FIFA hands 7-year ban to 2018, 2022 World Cup bid inspector
The head of the team which was tasked with assessing candidates for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, Harold Mayne-Nicholls, has been handed a seven year ban on conducting any football-related activity by FIFA for violating the organization’s code of ethics.
File photo (Reuters/Presidential official website/Handout (IRAN)
Approaching a final deal: Timeline of Iran's nuclear program controversy
Iran’s nuclear program and the controversy over its alleged military aspects have a long history dating back to 1957 when the US helped pre-revolution Iran kick-start its nuclear industry.
Commander of Iran's land force Ahmadreza Pourdastan.(Reuters / Raheb Homavandi ) ​America still Iran’s enemy, nuclear deal or not – Iranian army commander
Not much would change the fact that America is Iran’s enemy – not even the eagerly awaited 5+1 nuclear deal, a senior Iranian military official has said. Meanwhile Tehran and world powers are edging closer towards a final deal in Vienna.
Reuters / Suhaib Salem ‘I feel only pain’: Gaza children suffer emotional trauma one year after war – report
Regular nightmares, fear about another war and refusal to step outside their homes – all these are symptoms of emotional trauma experienced by the children of Gaza a year on from the deadly Israeli operation, a report by an international watchdog says.
AFP Photo / Marco Longari Depression makes your brain smaller – study
Persistent depression shrinks the human brain’s center responsible for emotions and memory that might lead to changes in a person’s behavior and even losing their identity, a global interdisciplinary study has revealed.


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