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article 03 July 2015 UK
Azelle Rodney
Simon Israel by Azelle Rodney: PC Anthony Long cleared of murder

A jury finds PC Anthony Long not guilty of murdering Azelle Rodney in a police operation in 2005.

article 03 July 2015 World, The Netherlands
Protests in The Hague on Monday night
Hague police mass arrests in youth unrest

Police in The Hague detain more than 200 people overnight for violating a curfew, as unrest in the city continues for a fourth night.

article 03 July 2015 UK, Germany
Dustin Brown (Reuters)
Jordan Jarrett-Bryan by Wimbledon: who is Dustin 'Dreddy' Brown?

World number 102 Dustin Brown causes the first major upset of this year's Wimbledon by beating Rafael Nadal. Could his winning form take him to the quarter finals and a clash with Andy Murray?

article 03 July 2015 UK
News
Jordan Jarrett-Bryan by Right at the front: The UK's first fully accessible gig

Why Not People? is a ground-breaking events company that prioritises disabled people and was founded by TV presenter and model Jameela Jamil.

article 03 July 2015 UK, France
News
France rejects asylum plea from Julian Assange

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had his request for asylum in France rejected according to President Francois Hollande's office.

article 03 July 2015 UK, Tunisia
News
Tunisia shootings: minute's silence held for victims

A minute's silence is held in the UK in memory of the 38 victims of last week's beach massacre in Tunisia.

article 03 July 2015 UK
News
Andy Davies by Veterans with dogs: 'without my dog I'd be dead'

Former Marine Craig MacLellan, who has been helped to survive post-traumatic stress disorder by the companionship of his pet Labrador, has set up Veterans with Dogs to help others like him.

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Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Greece crisis: a failure of economics in the face of politics

The IMF's report yesterday got swamped amid the gloom, despondency and fractiousness of the Greek crisis. It said, in short, Greece's debt has become unsustainable.

article 02 July 2015 UK, Greece
News
Matt Frei by 'It's unthinkable that Britain could leave the EU'

Italy's foreign minister, Paolo Gentiloni, tells Matt Frei he cannot contemplate a UK exit from the EU. He also warns that migration could become a "great problem".

article 02 July 2015 World, Pakistan
The train was carrying military personnel and their families when a bridge collapsed.
Pakistan: 12 dead as train plunges into canal

The train was carrying military personnel and their families when a bridge collapsed. The army claims it was sabotage, officials said.

post 02 July 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: Are young people being priced out of living where they grow up?

The claim "In many parts of our country it has become normal for young people to leave, though not out of choice. This might be to find work, but more and more, it is to find a home that they can a

post 02 July 2015
Read more from Jon on Snowblog If music be the food of love.. James Rhodes, child rape and redemption

Pianist James Rhodes has inspired thousands of survivors of sexual abuse to tell their own stories, but he had to go to the Supreme Court to finally be able to tell his.

article 02 July 2015 World, United States
The extradition requests relate to the arrest of seven officials from Fifa who were detained in Zurich in May.
Fifa: US submits extradition requests for officials

The extradition requests relate to the arrest of seven officials from Fifa who were detained in Zurich in May after a police raid on a luxury hotel.

article 02 July 2015 World, Iraq
Islamic militants destroy statues from the ancient site of Palmyra
Palmyra statues destroyed by ISIS militants

Online images show the public destruction of a series of statues from the ancient site of Palmyra.

article 02 July 2015 World, United States
News
US Navy Yard 'active shooter' - a hoax

A spokesman for the Navy Yard in Washington DC said there were no casualties and that no shooter had been spotted at the location.

article 02 July 2015 World, Iraq
David Cameron with RAF in Cyprus
PM calls for British airstrikes against IS in Syria

In the wake of the Tunisia attack, the prime minister and defence secretary call for MPs to consider if Britain should send its warplanes to bomb the self-styled Islamic State group in Syria.

article 02 July 2015 World
Referendum yes supporters protest in Athens (Reuters)
Greece referendum: Syriza urges voters to reject bailout

Politicians with Greece's ruling Syriza party, including Prime Minister Tsipras, say the country should vote no in Sunday's referendum, as the Bank of England warns of a "very dangerous" situation.

post 02 July 2015
Read more on Liam's blog Severe thunderstorms strike as heat breaks

Yesterday, the UK experienced its hottest July day on record, with 36.7C (98F) at Heathrow airport in London. But as the heat broke, severe thunderstorms hit northern England and Scotland

article 02 July 2015 World, United States
A train car carrying a flammable and toxic gas has derailed and caught fire in eastern Tennessee.
Tennessee: evacuation after train carrying chemicals derails

A train car carrying a flammable and toxic gas has derailed and caught fire in eastern Tennessee. A one mile evacuation zone has been set up.

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"This incident targets our internal front, our national unity"

Kuwait Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber al-Mubarak al-Sabah, responding to a suicide bomb attack at a Shia mosque in the capital.