04 July 2015
France rejects asylum request by Wikileaks founder Assange
PARIS - Reuters
Hague police detain 200 as disturbances continue
Second reunification referendum in Cyprus on horizon
Greek government 'may resign' if referendum goes against it France swiftly
rejected on July 3 a request for asylum by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The founder of the transparency website had appealed directly to President
Francois Hollande, days after Wikileaks published documents showing the
Berlin sees no automatic need for Greek debt restructure
(BERLIN) - Germany said Friday that figures released by the International
Monetary Fund on Greece's critical financing needs "by no means"
automatically necessitate restructuring of its huge debt.
Finance Ministry spokesman Martin Jaeger said despite IMF data published a
day earlier that painted a grim overall fiscal picture, "by no means can
one deduce that a debt restructure is imperatively required."
Solar-powered plane due to land in Hawaii after 5-day flight
PTI | Jul 3, 2015, 06.15 PM IST
HONOLULU: An airplane powered by the sun is scheduled to land in Hawaii
today after a five-day journey across the Pacific from Japan.
The flight is the longest leg of an around-the-world voyage planned by two
Swiss pilots who have been taking turns flying the single-seat airplane.
Five more bodies retreived from capsized Philippines ferry
A survivor of the passenger ferry is being pushed on a stretcher to a
waiting ambulance after arriving at the pier in Ormoc City, central
Philippines. (AFP Photo)
Five more bodies were retreived from a ferry that capsized just moments
after departing a Central Philippine port,raising the death toll to 50.
The bodies were recovered hours after coast guard spokesman Cmdr.
PM to join millions in remembering Tunisia victims
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David Cameron has confirmed he will be "joining millions" in remembering
the victims of the Tunisia beach atrocity in a minute's silence later today.
At midday I'll be joining millions stopping for a minute to remember the
people murdered in Tunisia last week.
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