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Bomber Hits NATO Convoy in Afghanistan
Bomber Hits NATO Convoy in Afghanistan

A suicide bomber attacked a convoy of foreign troops serving with NATO on the main road running between Kabul's airport and the U.S. embassy, police and security officials said. The road was closed off, and Reuters witnesses saw damaged NATO military vehicles. The force of the blast rattled windows in the capital's heavily guarded diplomatic enclave. Last week, militants mounted an assault on the parliament as lawmakers prepared to vote on a new defence minister.

Passengers Die in Japan Train Drama
Passengers Die in Japan Train Drama

Witnesses say the fire aboard this Japanese high speed bullet train started when a man doused himself in fuel and set himself alight. Japanese TV channel NHK said a female passenger also died. This man says he saw flames coming from the first carriage. Smoke is clearly visible some time after the event. Another passenger says the man who set himself on fire was carrying a container of petrol which he sprayed onto the train seats before igniting the fuel.

Indonesian Military Plane Crashes
Indonesian Military Plane Crashes

An Indonesian military transport plane crashed into a hotel and residential area in the northern Sumatra city of Medan on Tuesday (June 30), killing at least 30 people, a national search and rescue agency official said. A military spokesman said that 12 personnel, including the pilot, were aboard the C-130 Hercules. The bodies of five of them had been found. Local television showed a neighbourhood of houses and hotels in flames and black smoke billowing from the area.

Pension Funds to Enter Chinese Stock Markets
Pension Funds to Enter Chinese Stock Markets

Chinese stock markets could soon see a new source of support: official pension funds. As the population ages, China is trying to shore up its pension system and improve returns. Beijing published draft rules late on Monday to allow pension funds managed by local governments into more investment channels like stocks, equity funds, bonds, and even major infrastructure projects.

Japan on Volcano Alert After Eruption
Japan on Volcano Alert After Eruption

Japan raised the volcano alert around Mount Hakone on Tuesday (June 30), restricting access to the area after an apparent small eruption occurred at the mountain popular with holiday-makers. The Japan Meteorological Agency said it had confirmed volcanic ash was emitted from the area, which is known for its hot springs and which has been giving out unusual amounts of steam in recent months.

Putin Says No Change in Support for Syria
Putin Says No Change in Support for Syria

In meetings with Syria's foreign minister in Moscow -- Russian President Vladimir Putin offers his continued to support to Damascus as it continues to grapple with widespread conflict after more than four years of war.

WikiLeaks in New US-French Revelations
WikiLeaks in New US-French Revelations

The latest WikiLeaks report says the U.S. spied on French Finance Minister Francois Baroin, seen here in file footage. It also says the National Security Agency targeted his successor Pierre Moscovici. Both were subjected to wiretapping, according the WikiLeaks allegations published jointly with the Liberation newspaper and online outlet Mediapart.

"Ant-Man" Plays Big for the Silver Screen
"Ant-Man" Plays Big for the Silver Screen

Other than the storyline about a superhero who's able to shrink in size, there was no nothing small about Monday night's (June 29) premiere of "Ant-Man," Marvel's latest superhero to hit the big screen. Directed by Peyton Reed, "Ant-Man," stars Rudd as master thief Scott Lang, who, armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas).

Puerto Rico Urges U.S. Bankruptcy Deal
Puerto Rico Urges U.S. Bankruptcy Deal

Puerto Rico has until Wednesday for repay something of its 73-billion dollar debt and it's not going to happen. Its governor wants to restructure the debt under the U.S. bankruptcy code as it faces running out of cash.

IS Targets Mourners in Yemen
IS Targets Mourners in Yemen

A car bomb claimed by Islamic State exploded in the Yemeni capital Sanaa late Monday, wounding at least 28 people gathered to mourn another attack earlier this month. A witness described what happened.

NBC Dumps Trump Over Mexico Comments
NBC Dumps Trump Over Mexico Comments

Donald Trump's Miss USA and Miss Universe shows are the latest casualties of derogatory comments he made at the start of his presidential run. NBC says it won't be airing the shows any longer. Trump had already decided to end his involvement in The Apprentice. NBCUniversal's announcement came four days after the Spanish-language Univision network which dropped him.

Mexico Welcomes Spanish Royals
Mexico Welcomes Spanish Royals

Spain's King Felipe and Queen Letizia were welcomed with a military honor guard in Mexico City's Campo Marte. This is King Felipe's first state visit to Mexico. However, it is his fifth meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto. The 47-year-old king, crowned nearly a year ago after the abdication of his father Juan Carlos, spoke about the 'enormous potential' of the relationship between Spain and Mexico.

Pope Asks for Prayers for Latin American Trip
Pope Asks for Prayers for Latin American Trip

Pope Francis addresses the crowd in St. Peter's Square, where he calls for prayers ahead of his upcoming trip to Latin America. In early July the Pope will visit Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay. And they are ready to welcome the Pontiff in Ecuador. The hope is the visit will not only lift spirits -- but help out the economy.

U.S. Stocks Tumble on Greek Debt Crisis
U.S. Stocks Tumble on Greek Debt Crisis

Stocks spiraled downwards Monday, their worst day of the year so far, on fears of a Greek debt default. The Dow down 350 points, almost two percent. The S&P 500 closing at a three-month low, falling more than two percent. The Nasdaq down almost two and a half percent, it's worst percentage loss since April of 2014.

Obama, Brazilian President Visit MLK Memorial
Obama, Brazilian President Visit MLK Memorial

U.S. President Barack Obama took visiting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff to visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. on Monday. A statement from the White House said the two leaders "reflected on 'King's lifelong work for equality and justice, and against racism and intolerance'". The visit comes less than two weeks after a white gunman allegedly shot to death nine African-Americans at a Bible study group in Charleston, South Carolina.

EU's Tusk Warns of "No" Vote in Greece
EU's Tusk Warns of "No" Vote in Greece

Tens of thousands of Greeks outside parliament rally behind a 'No' vote in a referendum called for July 5 on the terms of an aid deal offered by Greece's international creditors -- a result that risks pushing Athens out of Europe's currency union. This comes as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sits down with State TV -- saying that the more people that vote no -- the stronger the government's position will be when debt talks resume.

NY Prison Guard Charged in Inmates Escape Appears in Court
NY Prison Guard Charged in Inmates Escape Appears in Court

Gene Palmer, a 57-year-old corrections officer, charged with aiding in the escape of New York state inmates David Sweat and Richard Matt appeared in a Plattsburgh courtroom. Palmer is accused of bringing hacksaw blades and a screwdriver bit to the inmates, hidden in frozen hamburger meat supplied by Joyce Mitchell, a training supervisor in the prison tailor shop. He's charged with promoting prison contraband, destroying evidence and official misconduct.

Alternative Investments Become More Attractive
Alternative Investments Become More Attractive

Money flowing into hedge funds, private equity and real assets is expected to quintuple in the next five years.

Car Bomb Kills Egypt's Top Public Prosecutor
Car Bomb Kills Egypt's Top Public Prosecutor

Bystanders desperately try to save Hisham Barakat, after his convoy was attacked with a car bomb. The 64-year-old judge was rushed to a hospital, but doctors were unable to save him.

Tsipras Urges 'No' to Deal, Says Athens Won't Leave the Euro Zone
Tsipras Urges 'No' to Deal, Says Athens Won't Leave the Euro Zone

Greece's left-wing prime minister urged Greeks to reject the terms of an international aid deal in a July 5th referendum, dismissing warnings that a 'No' vote would drive Athens out of Europe's currency union.

Egg Throwing Contest Claims Centuries-Old Tradition
Egg Throwing Contest Claims Centuries-Old Tradition

The annual World Egg Throwing Championships has contestants tossing and catching raw eggs at increasing distances. It's believed that the game originated around 1322 when a local abbot, the only person who had chickens, encouraged church attendance by giving out eggs.

NBC to Trump: You're Fired
NBC to Trump: You're Fired

NBCUniversal ended its relationship with real estate developer Donald Trump and his 'Miss USA' and 'Miss Universe' shows after he made derogatory comments about Mexicans when he began his run for president. The pageants, which are part of a joint venture between NBC and Trump, would no longer air on NBC 'due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants' the company said in a press release.

The Terminator Is Back
The Terminator Is Back

Over 30 years after he first uttered his famous catchphrase 'I'll be back,' action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger is back again as the 'Terminator.'

Boxing Pays Off
Boxing Pays Off

Thanks to their lucrative clash in Las Vegas, boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao top Forbes list of the world's 100 highest-paid celebrities.