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July 03, 2015 22:47
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‘No more looting’: Thousands rally across EU to express solidarity with Greece
Thousands of people have flooded the streets of EU cities in mass demonstrations expressing solidarity with Greece ahead of this weekend’s referendum on a cash-for-reform deal with its Troika of creditors.
Russian President Vladimir Putin (RIA Novosti /
Aleksey Nikolskyi)
Putin: We don’t expect any change in hostile policies toward Russia
Russia is not expecting a soon change in the hostile policies it’s subject to, President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting of the country’s Security Council, adding that Moscow is not going to “trade its sovereignty.”
Reuters / Neil Hall Greek solidarity protests across Europe ahead of referendum LIVE UPDATES
Thousands of protesters in European cities are rallying in solidarity with Greece ahead of the weekend referendum on a cash-for-reform deal with creditors.
Reuters / Thomas Peter
‘Somebody has got to oppose them’: Anti-ISIS hackers to RT
The international war effort against the Islamic State has been bearing little fruit, as the group now threatens to turn Gaza into another one of its strongholds. RT spoke with a representative of hacker groups credited with a monumental anti-ISIS effort.
General view of the courtyard of the Elysee Palace in Paris (Reuters / Christian Hartmann) Assange’s open letter was not ‘explicit’ application for French asylum - WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s open letter to the French president was not an asylum application to France, the whistleblower platform says. Paris had rejected a possible request before the clarification from WikiLeaks was released.
A member of Egypt's security forces gestures as he stands on a watchtower in North Sinai as seen from across the border in southern Israel July 2, 2015. (Reuters / Amir Cohen) Israel hit with rockets from Egypt’s Sinai, ISIS affiliate claims responsibility
Several rockets have struck Israel, with an ISIS-affiliated group in Egypt’s Sinai claiming responsibility. There were no casualties. Some view the assault as a follow-up to July 1, the Sinai Province group’s biggest one against Egyptian forces in years.
AFP PHoto / Scott Olson Forensic investigations may be possible 10 days after death with new method – study
Forensic experts will soon be able to determine an exact time of death for victims even after a span of 10 days thanks to a new method developed by Austrian researchers.
RIA Novosti / Iliya Pitalev Tanks as toys: German police raid turns up WW2-era armament in pensioner’s home
German police found a WWII tank, an anti-aircraft gun, and a torpedo in a raid on a house belonging to an elderly man. The man’s property had been searched previously on suspicion that stolen Nazi art was being stored there.
Members of the Ukrainian armed forces fire a grenade launcher.(Reuters / Maksim Levin) Kiev in violation of heavy weaponry clause in E. Ukraine - OSCE
The OSCE has warned that a growing presence of heavy weaponry on the government controlled side of Donbass territory has put Ukrainian security forces in violation of the terms of the demarcation line, according to OSCE Deputy Chief Monitor Alexander Hug.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.(Reuters / Ronen Zvulun ) Netanyahu vs. UN: Israeli PM slams UNHRC after its report ratified
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacked the UN Human Rights Council following a resolution accepting a UNHRC report, which presented evidence of war crimes committed by both Israel and Hamas in the summer of 2014.
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters line up as they gather to march in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015.(Reuters / Valentyn Ogirenko ) Ukrainian radicals stage massive march, call for military action in E. Ukraine
Ultranationalist Right Sector activists and other Ukrainian radicals rallied in the center of Kiev on Friday. They called for a renewed military offensive to retake rebellious regions in the country’s East and the revocation of the Minsk Agreements.
A protester sports the word 'No' in Greek on his forehead as he waves a Greek flag during an anti-austerity demonstration in Syntagma Square in Athens, Greece July 3, 2015.(Reuters / Yannis Behrakis) ‘No’ and ‘Yes’ bailout referendum rallies gather thousands in Athens
Two rival rallies took place in Athens on Friday. Police estimate that 25,000 came out to support the ‘No’ camp, which calls for the rejection of a new bailout deal with creditors in Sunday’s referendum, while 20,000 gathered to back the “Yes” vote.
Reuters / Regis Duvignau Surrogate children can now claim French citizenship, top court rules
France’s top court has ruled that two surrogate children born abroad will now have legal status in the country. They can obtain birth certificates and claim citizenship despite a ban on surrogacy in France.
Reuters / Stringer ‘Cold War mentality’: Beijing slams new US military strategy over South China Sea
Beijing has been expressed outrage over the recently updated US National Military Strategy, which called Chinese claims in the South China Sea worrisome and “inconsistent with international law.”


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