Today 18 June
Telegraph.co.ukSeeking a Syria consensus despite US-Russia divideHouston ChronicleENNISKILLEN, Northern Ireland (AP) — Hunting for a glimmer of common ground, the leaders of major economic powers are declaring themselves dedicated to a political solution to Syria's bloody civil war, even as President Barack Obama and Russian ...G8 leaders push for transatlantic trade deal but it's stalemate over SyriaeuronewsG8 summit: Obama, Putin at odds on SyriaZee NewsFirst Lady is star of show as she tells teens: 'Yes, you can'Irish IndependentBDlive -RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyall 1,573 news articles »
Daily MailSA calls on Britain to probe alleged spying at G-20BDliveTHE government's response was muted on Monday to reports that Britain had spied on South African officials attending the 2009 Group of 20 (G-20) meetings in London, calling only for an investigation of the matter. The Guardian newspaper in Britain ...Demands for UK to explain G20 buggingIrish TimesUK hacking raises hackles abroadThe Daily StarBritish hospitality comes with bugs includedSouth China Morning PostNewsday -PC Magazine -TIMEall 266 news articles »
NDTVTurkey in threat to deploy army as protests rageIrish ExaminerTurkey warned it may bring in the army to help quell nationwide anti-government protests after a weekend of heavy clashes between riot police and demonstrators sent tensions soaring. By Ben Carpenter. The presence of soldiers on the streets would mark a ...The Halil Connection: The Story of Gezi ParkHuffington PostUnions strike in Turkey to support Taksim protesterseuronewsTurkey threatens to deploy army to end unrestTehran TimesWall Street Journal -Christian Science Monitor -Financial Timesall 1,219 news articles »
Brisbane TimesMandela serious but improvingBrisbane TimesSouth African President Jacob Zuma says Nelson Mandela is getting better and wishes him a happy Father's Day. 17/06/13. Turkey protests continue despite PM concession (Video Thumbnail). Up next... Turkey protests continue despite PM concession.Mandela 'back in prison again,' bodyguard saysGlobe and MailMandela's wife stirred by global support for ailing husband • He's doing well ...Nigerian TribuneSouth Africa braces for post-Mandela worldABC OnlineUSA TODAY -The Province -Voice of Americaall 414 news articles »
UPI.comTests can detect sexually-transmitted cancers - study...New VisionLONDON - Antibodies to a high-risk type of a virus that causes mouth and throat cancers when transmitted via oral sex can be detected in blood tests many years before onset of the disease, according to a World Health Organisation-led team of researchers.Fatal attraction: How do we talk to our sons about sex and cancer?Irish IndependentBlood tests could detect sexually-transmitted oral cancersReutersBlood test one day may detect oral cancer from oral sexUPI.comEmpowHer -Examiner.comall 21 news articles »
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