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Donald Trump Attacks Jeb Bush's Wife on Twitter, Promptly Deletes Tweet

Evidently undeterred by the growing number of companies dropping their endorsements, US presidential candidate Donald Trump celebrated July 4th by tweeting an attack on the wife of fellow candidate Jeb Bush.

P5+1 Resumes Iran Nuclear Talks

The P5+1 group of international negotiators resumed consultations on Iran’s controversial nuclear program Monday evening, a diplomatic source in the Russian delegation said.

Greece to Remain in EU Only if Agrees to Reforms Package - White House

Only implementation of financing reforms will allow Greece to remain part of the Eurozone, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said in a briefing on Monday.

Three New Russian Landing Ships Join Baltic Fleet

The new ships can deliver nearly a dozen armored personnel carriers and a sufficient number of marines to take on any coastal enemy positions.

German Hypocrisy: Never Repaid Own Debts, Forces Others to Pay Up

As Germany is all over Greece, trying to make the little Mediterranean nation to repay its huge government debt by forcing Greek top officials to come up with new measures time and again, Berlin is forgetting one very important moment – the Germans have never repaid their own debts.

EU Should Aid Africa Rather Than Try to Curb Migration - Italian Lawmaker

The European Union must take the fight against the rising inflow of undocumented migrants home to Africa, an Italian delegate at Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA) debates in Helsinki told Sputnik on Monday.

Germany, Russia Two Countries Capable of De-escalating Conflict - Gorbachev

Former President of USSR Mikhail Gorbachev said that the Russian-German history goes back not decades, but centuries, hence it is necessary to search for and find any, even the most unconventional path to peace and cooperation.

The New Cold War: No Rules, No Red Lines, No Diplomacy - Stephen Cohen

The new US-Russian Cold War could be far more dangerous than the preceding 40-year conflict, Stephen F. Cohen stresses, noting that Obama's policy of isolating Russia has facilitated the development of a multi-polar world order.

Fisherman Catches Shark, Almost Gets Chewed by Huge Predator

A fisherman caught a bull shark that ended up tipping his boat over off the coast of Florida.

Anti-Russian OSCE PA Resolution Initiated From Outside Europe - Italian MP

Sergio Divina, a lawmaker from Italy’s Eurosceptic Lega Nord Party, said the draft resolution accusing Russia of allegedly violating Ukraine’s sovereignty after the February 2014 coup came at a time when Italy and entire Europe were interested in a dialogue with Moscow.

US Trade, Travel Bans on Cuba to Continue After Embassies Reopen

The mutual reopening of US-Cuban embassies will not change existing US trade and travel restrictions on the island nation, the White House said on Monday.

NATO Drills in E Europe to Bring Minsk Agreement to Naught - Politician

The Bundeswehr will once again take part in military maneuvers in Ukraine, which last year were perceived by Russia as a provocation. A total of 4,400 German soldiers will also participate in 16 operations in Poland and the Baltic states.

India's Modi Requests Uzbekistan to Expedite Uranium Supply Contract

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested Uzbek President Islam Karimov to fast-track supplies of Uzbek uranium on Monday, while unveiling other investment projects.

Keep Rhetoric in Check: China Urges Japan to Stop Hyping S China Sea Issue

China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Hua Chunying, urged Japan to stop hyping the South China Sea issue and maintain regional peace and stability with concrete actions.

BRICS Countries Are Stronger Than the West – German Newspaper

There has been a significant change in Russia’s political course after relations between Russia and the West deteriorated. Vladimir Putin is now actively intensifying partnerships with Beijing and other BRICS partners, especially in the context of the New Development Bank (NDB), Die Tageszeitung wrote.

Arrested Muslim Brotherhood Members Suspected of Suez Canal Terror Plot

Thirteen members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been detained in Egypt for allegedly planning acts of terror on the Suez Canal.

'Red Rag' to Europe: Varoufakis Greek Finance Minister No More

Greece’s chief negotiator, a renowned economist and an outstanding politician, Yanis Varoufakis announced a surprise resignation on Monday a day after the referendum, in which the Greeks said a resolute "No" to creditors’ ultimatum.

Tsipras Must Make 'Serious' Proposals to Resolve Debt Crisis – Hollande

French and German authorities expect Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government to make new and serious proposals to solve Greece's debt crisis, French President Francois Hollande said Monday.

Trove of Data Stolen From Italian-Based Surveillance Firm

The Italian-based private surveillance firm Hacking Team had a 400 gigabyte (GB) database of internal documents stolen and published on Sunday night, according to media reports.

Bankrupt Capitalism the Real Greek Verdict

Whatever the outcome of the neck-and-neck Greek referendum on EU-imposed austerity, the real verdict is clear: capitalism is a bankrupt, redundant economic system that has become a scourge on humanity.

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