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Greeks take to the streets for dueling rallies that reflect a divided nation
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ATHENS — Dueling rallies of tens of thousands of people apiece took over central Athens on Friday evening, with demonstrators making their final push before a referendum on Sunday that has passionately divided this flailing nation between those ...
Regardless of a 'Grexit,' Greece has a lasting place in language of EuropeCNN
Greece Bailout: Top court rules referendum can go aheadThe Indian Express
Greeks deeply divided heading into crucial voteReuters
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Iran's Zarif Says They Have 'Never Been Closer' to a Deal
TIME
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed optimism that a deal could be reached in talks between Iran and six world powers over the country's nuclear program, he said in a YouTube video shot from the Palais Coburg where marathon ...
Iran nuclear talks: 'Deal never closer', says FM ZarifBBC News
Iran's lead negotiator: 'We have never been closer to a lasting outcome'Washington Post
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Senior Hamas official denies ties to ISIS is Sinai, negotiations with Israel
Haaretz
Moussa Abu Marzouk condemns the terrorist attacks in Sinai, says they hinder Gazans ability to leave the enclave. By Jack Khoury | Jul. 4, 2015 | 5:17 AM. submit to reddit. Senior Hamas leader Moussa Abu Marzouk. Photo by AP. Text size. Comments (0).
IS affiliate in Egypt claims rocket attack on IsraelBBC News
IS in Egypt claims rocket attack on IsraelTimes of India
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Aleppo Fighting Flares as Syria Insurgents Attack
New York Times
BEIRUT, Lebanon — The fiercest fighting in months raged in the divided Syrian city of Aleppo on Friday, as newly reorganized insurgents carried out a new offensive on government-held areas. Two insurgent coalitions — a new one that includes the Nusra ...
Jihadist-led rebels 'near Aleppo' in SyriaThe Australian (blog)
Syrian army bombards rebels trying to seize AleppoThe Daily Star
Syrian army launches most intense attack in years on rebels trying to seize AleppoABC Online
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's asylum request rejected in France
The Indian Express
The French government rejected an asylum request from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange today, saying he did not face “immediate danger”. “France cannot act on his request,” said the office of President Francois Hollande in a statement, after Assange ...
WikiLeaks founder fails in bid for French asylumIrish Independent
French President Denies Julian Assange's Request for ProtectionNew York Times
Hollande rejects asylum request from WikiLeaks founderIrish Times
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