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Thursday, June 25, 2015
A Dutch court on Wednesday ordered the state to slash greenhouse gas emissions nationwide by at least 25 percent by 2020, in a case that could serve as a blueprint for activists around the world.
Greece rejected Wednesday "counter proposals" from creditors that were issued in response to Athens' latest budgetary plan, in light of the IMF's position, a government source said.
Armenians demonstrate against electricity prices
Street protests in the Armenian capital against a hike in electricity prices grew on Tuesday evening, with an estimated 7,000 people joining a second attempt to march toward the presidential residence even after riot police had used water cannons to forcefully disperse demonstrators.
He is only 14 but already knows how to assemble a Kalashnikov rifle. Denis is a child soldier in the making -- eager to join the pro-Russian militants fighting Ukrainian troops.
A Nazi-looted painting that was hidden for decades is being auctioned by Sotheby's Wednesday in a rare sale as investigators work painstakingly to identify the origins of hundreds of other works from the same haul.
A food supplier claims an Iowa egg farm breached a contract after bird flu disrupted the supply of eggs.
The euro was under pressure on Wednesday as investors' confidence on a Greek debt deal allowed focus to shift to the prospects of higher U.S. interest rates ahead.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Meet for Japanese, British 'Death Railway' veterans
A Japanese engineer on the notorious World War II "Death Railway" and a British soldier forced to build the line clasped each other's hands tightly Monday as they met in reconciliation.
The U.S. will pre-position heavy weapons, including tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and artillery in central and eastern Europe for the first time, U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Tuesday in Estonia's capital Tallinn.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Europe cautiously optimistic of Greek debt deal this week
BRUSSELS -- Greece has finally offered economic reforms that creditors consider closer to being acceptable, giving Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras a few days to turn a spirit of goodwill into a deal that might keep the country from a painful exit from the euro currency and roil international markets.
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