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European Union offers Greece last minute deal as loan repayment deadline ends today Jun 30
European Union has offered Greece a last-minute deal to ease the crisis that is threatening the country out of the euro and weaken the foundations of the European Union’s single currency. Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European Union’s executive branch, offered the Greek prime minister, Alex Tsipras, a proposal with possibility of a concession on demands for cuts in bonus payments for the poorest pensioners.
European officials said, in return, however, Mr. Tsipras would have to accept all of the other creditors’ demands, which he had already turned down, and request an emergency meeting of eurozone finance ministers today. European Unions leaders have warned Greeks that rejecting creditors’ proposals in a snap referendum called for next Sunday would mean leaving the euro. German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said the vote would be yes or no to the eurozone.
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Number of Britons killed in Tunisia attack rises to 15

The confirmed British death toll in the Tunisia hotel attack has risen to 15 and could rise further, junior Foreign Office Minister Tobias Ellwood said, calling the incident the “most significant” attack on British people since the London bombings on July 7, 2005. According to the Tunisian authorities, 39 is the total number of victims in the attack, which also includes German, Belgian and Irish citizens.

Houthi fighters attack Aden refinery, setting it alight

Yemen’s Houthi fighters fired missiles at storage tanks at an Aden refinery on Saturday, setting it on fire. On the same day, clashes between the Houthis and pro-government forces north of Aden resulted in the deaths of four people from Yemen’s southern resistance movement and 10 Houthis. A random Houthi shelling also killed eight civilians in northern Aden, including a woman and her three children, medical sources reported.

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Argentina’s football association investigated for money laundering
Argentinian authorities will send investigators inside the headquarters of the Argentine Football Association (AFA) to find evidence of money laundering in the case of public funds possibly being used for broadcast rights during the World Cup. The rights were taken over by the government in 2009 from a local cable company, subsidizing national and international game broadcasts. But the $176 million price tag was a questionable one, according to lawmaker Graciela Ocana, who also accused the AFA of leaning toward government-linked companies and failure to explain where some of the funds went. The four-year-long investigation will now gain access to board meetings and any other AFA materials it requests as it investigates possible money laundering. “We want to know how these funds are used,” the opposition lawmaker told the channel TN. “It’s great football can be viewed for free. But we also have to realize it’s not free,…

Mulayam Singh Yadav is released today from hospital .Former Federal Minister, UP chief minister is in Medicity Medanta Hospital on Friday after feeling unwell. Doctors have advised him three days rest.A hospital source told media Yadav, a former defence minister, had been admitted in a private room. 
"The patient is undergoing several tests including ultrasound and CT scan," the source said.
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Lot of drumbeating is Media noise

Let media trust must not decline but when most of the channels are offering illogical add for mere monetary consideration speaks volume of its poor rating.Fugitive email,selective info to channels proving the caredeal which can also be described as irrational,illogical deal is also illegal, What is irrational or illogical cannot be necessarily be illegal may be emotional out of love and affection.Fair is foul and foul is fair is being propagated by media for its famyego, lest its rating shall come down due its obstinate nature not to analyse or differential law with ,ethics -family or national. India media is mostly drum beater lacks its subject dwelling as the nature of protocol of person in media is either of partisans,behaviour or full of nepotism.Merits missing in most of them if any is hunted by fools.

Modi Govt. Attempting to Destabilize Congress in Northeast

Congress Party on Wednesday alleged that the Modi government was attempting to destabilise the party’s governments in the northeast with Union minister Kiren Rijiju “involved” in the exercise which is being “directly monitored” by BJP chief Amit Shah. “It is a very very grave situation. MLAs are being threatened by terrorist outfits to switch over to the BJP thereby destabilising the governments… Home Ministry is involved. Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju is involved,” party General Secretary V Narainsamy told reporters. Addressing the AICC briefing along with senior spokesman Ajay Maken, he alleged that while Prime Minister Narendra Modi was talking of high moral values and cooperative federalism on the one hand, on the other “Amit Shah is indulging in disturbing duly-elected Congress governments in the northeast”. It has come to light from internal sources that 20-25 MLAs of Arunachal Pradesh are camped in a secluded location in Patna at the behest of MOS Kiren Rijiju and st…
Myanmar should be on board to resolve north-east insurgency

The Indian Army operation in Myanmar was enough a message to the insurgents that New Delhi will no longer tolerate nefarious activities engineered from the soil of a neighbouring country. This is not about counting casualties on either side. This issue is retaliation at the right time to save civilian casualties deliberately planned by insurgents. It is not as if New Delhi was reluctant to talk to the insurgents. Enough exercises have been undertaken over the years, including signing of peace accords and extending the truce over periods of time. The National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN-K), one of the groups that claimed responsibility for the June 4 deadly attack on the Indian Army, unilaterally abrogated the ceasefire agreement in March 2015 and joined the umbrella organization, United National Liberation Front of West South East Asia (UNLFW) along with the United Liberation Front of Assam-Inde…
U-17 football tournament will promote CSR initiatives in India: Vaz, Project Leader & Tournament Organiser Under-17 football tournament will strengthen relations, promote a safe and protective environment along with corporate social responsibility (CSR), said Mr Joao Gilberto Vaz, Project Leader & Tournament Organiser at an ASSOCHAM event held in New Delhi today. While addressing the meeting, Mr. Joao Gilberto Vaz, Project Leader & Tournament Organiser said, it is one of the world’s greatest passions which could be used strategically to strengthen relations, promote a safe and protective environment along with corporate social responsibility (CSR). India has become an emerging football market with the recent creation of Indian Football League (IFL). India is a key player in all segments within BRICS and a football event in India and will also bring a new image of importance to football, said Mr. Vaz. Building relationship between BRICS nations putting together the BRICS na…