Will Congress scupper US nuclear deal with Iran?
Concern deal might lack sufficient safeguards to deter Iran from building a nuclear bomb.
by BBC
Greece closes banks ahead of referendum
A default on a debt payment this week could mean Greece will leave the Eurozone.
by Ed Adamczyk

Liberals Attacking Confederate Flag Tolerate ISIS Throwing Gays Off Buildings
If ISIS was Christian, leftists would likely demand Obama send troops to Syria.
by Kit Daniels
Bavarian school warns girls should dress ‘modestly,’ due to Syrian refugees nearby
Germans are expected to change their ways for immigrants.
by RT

Shaken tourists flee Tunisia after seaside massacre
ISIS takes over home of Star Wars’ Tatooine.
by AFP
Upgraded Predator Drones to Fly European Skies
They were always meant to spy on the public.
by Sputnik

Dozens Killed in Tunisia Beach Resort Attack
At least 27 people, including foreigners, are killed in a hotel attack in the coastal resort city of Sousse.
by Al Jazeera
Vatican Signs Treaty With 'State of Palestine'
“[M]ay in some way be a stimulus to bringing a definitive end to the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” said Vatican foreign Minister.
by Nicole Winfield


Wikileaks claims NSA spied on three French presidents
US spy agency accused of targeting Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and François Hollande over a period of at least six years.
by Rory Mulholland
Russia Fed Up With US "Lecturing" As Pentagon Deploys 250 Tanks To Eastern Europe
Accused the US of sabatoging a bilateral agreement aimed at the pursuit of “common national interests.”
by Zero Hedge

Collapse, Part 1: Greece
Europe’s financial Aristocracy has an unsolvable dilemma.
by Charles Hugh Smith
Taliban Stages Deadly Attack on Afghan Parliament
Series of explosions and gunfire force politicians to evacuate.
by Al Jazeera

Mexico is Facing a Deadly Central American Migrants Crisis
Hundreds of Central American migrants traveling north through Mexico this year have been attacked, kidnapped, or killed by criminal organizations and state authorities…
by Christopher Woody
Kuwait Court Orders Female Activist Jailed for Criticising Emir
Female rights activist sentenced to prison for criticising Kuwait’s Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah.
by AFP

UK Terror Police 'radicalised and groomed our IS runaway wives,' Husbands Claim
Husbands blame security services for women fleeing to Syria with their nine children.
by Abul Taher, Brendan Carlin
Thousands March in Central London to Protest Austerity
Conservative government plans to slash millions of pounds in public spending to address deficit…
by Danica Kirka