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  1. by: Scott Marshall June 12 2015 CHICAGO - The Illinois Alliance of Retired Americans, SEIU Healthcare Illinois, and several other community and labor retiree organizations held a rally on June 10 to protest Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner's state budget proposals. The rally took place in the plaza outside of Rauner's Chicago state office. Rauner would not meet with the rally organizers. Instead he sent two staff members to receive petitions against the cuts to social services and programs. The staffers refused to come outside and said only a few could come into the building.
  2. Lender says its negotiating team are going home to Washington due to a lack of progress in narrowing key differences with Athens Phillip Inman and Graeme Wearden in London, and Helena Smith in Athens Thursday 11 June 2015 17.58 BST Last modified on Thursday 11 June 2015 18.48 BST http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/jun/11/imf-walks-out-of-greece-bailout-talks
  3. Video posted on YouTube ‘raised concerns’ after it shows the police officer breaking up party in an overly aggressive manner Martin Pengelly in New York @MartinPengelly Sunday 7 June 2015 21.50 BST A Texas police officer has been suspended after showed him breaking up a pool party in an extremely aggressive manner, including drawing his gun. On Friday, units from the McKinney police department were called to the party, at Craig Ranch North Community Pool in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, over reports of a fight. Police said the incident involved “multiple juveniles at
  4. For the first time in his 13-year rule, the president must enter coalition talks or call new elections as Kurdish party scores a stunning success Constanze Letsch in Istanbul and agencies Monday 8 June 2015 07.05 BST Coalition talks will dominate the coming weeks in Turkey after voters snubbed President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s plans to change the constitution and extend his grip on power, delivering the biggest blow to his Justice and Development party (AKP) since it swept to power in 2002. The election result appears to have wrecked Erdogan’s ambition of rewriting the const
  5. Greek prime minister accuses his country’s creditors of making ‘absurd’ demands and insists debt restructuring offer must stay in place Heather Stewart and Helena Smith in Athens Friday 5 June 2015 20.03 BST The Greek prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, has warned that time is running out to rescue the country from the brink of bankruptcy an and exit from the eurozone, ensuring that Greece’s plight will be a pressing concern for G7 leaders as they gather in Bavaria. With the end of June now regarded as the last possible moment for striking a deal to release the €7.2bn (£5.
  6. Aid agencies say embargo imposed by US and UK-backed Arab coalition has had dramatic effect, with almost 80% of population in urgent need of food, water and medical supplies Julian Borger Diplomatic editor Friday 5 June 2015 09.56 BST Twenty million Yemenis, nearly 80% of the population, are in urgent need of food, water and medical aid, in a humanitarian disaster that aid agencies say has been dramatically worsened by a naval blockade imposed by an Arab coalition with US and British backing. Washington and London have quietly tried to persuade the Saudis, who are leadin
  7. US secretary of state in Geneva hospital and will delay return to Boston Trip was scheduled to include international conference on Isis Agencies in Geneva Sunday 31 May 2015 15.23 BST Secretary of State John Kerry broke his leg in bike crash near Scionzier in France on Sunday, apparently after hitting a curb. He then scrapped the rest of a four-nation trip that included an international conference on combating the Islamic State group. State Department spokesman John Kirby said X-rays at a Swiss hospital confirmed that Kerry fractured his right femur. “The secretary
  8. Attacker detonates bomb in car park of Shia mosque in Dammam, killing four people a week after suicide blast kills 21 at another mosque in east of country Ian Black Middle East editor @ian_black Friday 29 May 2015 17.02 BST In the second attack of its kind in a week, four people have died after a suicide bomber targeted a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia’s eastern province, fuelling fears of an organised campaign by Islamic State to foment sectarian tensions inside the conservative Sunni kingdom. Reports from Dammam described a car bomb explosion at the entrance to the al-
  9. Re-elected president of world football’s governing body suggests arrests were timed to interfere with Zurich congress, while IRS official warns of more charges Tom Lutz in New York, Owen Gibson in Zurich, Warren Murray and agencies Saturday 30 May 2015 06.02 BST The re-elected Fifa president, Sepp Blatter, has said he was “shocked” at the way US authorities targeted football’s world body and slammed what he called a “hate” campaign by Europe’s football leaders. In an interview with Swiss television, Blatter said he suspected the arrest of seven Fifa officials in Zurich
  10. Anti-poverty activist Ada Colau elected as mayor of Barcelona, while battle for control of capital pits countess against former communist Ashifa Kassam Madrid Monday 25 May 2015 08.34 BST Spain’s indignados made the move from city squares to the halls of power on Sunday in municipal and regional elections that saw an anti-poverty activist elected as mayor of Barcelona and the ruling People’s party battered at the ballot box. Ada Colau, the 41-year-old anti-eviction activist who leads Barcelona En Comú, was elected mayor of the Catalan city. “It’s a victory for David over
  11. Terror group faced little resistance from local forces, prompting re-evaluations across a region that had sensed it might be in retreat Martin Chulov Friday 22 May 2015 07.20 BST Islamic State fighters are celebrating their second major conquest in a week in Syria and Iraq as they pick through the ruins of the historic city of Palmyra. The sudden advance of the militants into the UN heritage site in central Syria resulted in the rout of a national army, the exodus of refugees and a fresh pulse of regional alarm at the resilience of the self-styled caliphate force.
  12. Tzipi Hotovely gives speech to Israeli diplomats in which she says she will try to achieve global recognition for West Bank settlements Associated Press Friday 22 May 2015 05.19 BST Israel’s new deputy foreign minister on Thursday delivered a defiant message to the international community, saying that Israel owes no apologies for its policies in the Holy Land and citing religious texts to back her belief that it belongs to the Jewish people. The speech by Tzipi Hotovely illustrated the influence of hardliners in Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s new government, and th
  13. BP says it will defend unprecedented claim by trade union leader Gilberto Torres in case that spotlights role of big carbon in one of Colombia’s darkest periods Mary Carson, Adrian Gatton, Rodrigo Vázquez and Maggie O'Kane Friday 22 May 2015 07.57 BST A Colombian trade union leader is beginning an unprecedented claim for damages against BP in the high court in London, alleging the oil company’s complicity in his kidnap and torture 13 years ago. Gilberto Torres, 52, was abducted in February 2002 while driving home from an oil-pumping station in Casanare, eastern Colombia
  14. Syria’s antiquities chief calls for international action to save city of Unseco site as activists say Islamic State has regained ground after being repelled Wednesday 20 May 2015 15.15 BST Islamic State fighters have seized control of the northern sector of the Syrian city of Palmyra, a monitor and activists have said, triggering renewed fears about the ancient site’s historic treasures. “The situation is very bad. If only five members of Isis go into the ancient buildings, they’ll destroy everything,” Syria’s antiquities chief, Maamoun Abdulkarim, said, calling for intern
  15. Iraqi defence ministry says reinforcements on the way after Islamic State claims full control over Ramadi Kareem Shaheen in Beirut Monday 18 May 2015 10.37 BST Last modified on Monday 18 May 2015 12.52 BST Iraqi militias have begun mobilising towards the predominantly Sunni Anbar province in a belated effort to push back against Islamic State, which seized the region’s capital city on Sunday. “We invite our people in Anbar to remain steadfast and hold their ground as reinforcements from your brothers in Hashd al-Shaabi are coming,” the Iraqi defence ministry said. The Ha
  16. 100 arrested as gunfire erupts near Interstate 35 All dead and injured were bikers Martin Pengelly in New York and agencies @MartinPengelly Monday 18 May 2015 07.52 BST Nine people were killed, 18 injured and at least 100 arrested after a shootout between rival biker gangs at a restaurant in Waco, Texas, according to police. Patrons and bystanders ran for safety, police said, as officers at the scene also opened fire. Local television station KWTX reported that some customers and employees took shelter in the restaurant’s freezer. All those killed and injured were
  17. After a terrifying journey across the Mediterranean, thousands of migrants arrive in Sicily every week. These are their stories. Portraits by Gideon Mendel Gideon Mendel Interviews by Alessandra Bonomolo Saturday 16 May 2015 08.00 BST Emmanuel, 24, Ivory CoastThere was too much violence in Ivory Coast. You can’t live there. All my friends have left. My parents divorced and didn’t look after me. I was nine when I had to drop out of school. I started working to look after myself and put some money aside, little by little. I went to Libya. I worked as an upholsterer so I could
  18. King’s lawyer says the blues legend died in his sleep at home on Thursday Associated Press Friday 15 May 2015 07.01 BST Blues legend BB King has died in Las Vegas at the age of 89, his lawyer has said. Brent Bryson told the Associated Press King died peacefully in his sleep on Thursday at his home in Las Vegas. The one-time farmhand brought new fans to the blues and influenced a generation of musicians with his heartfelt vocals and soaring guitar on songs such as The Thrill Is Gone. King sold millions of records worldwide and was inducted into the Blues Foundatio
  19. Smartphone made by Fujitsu and sold by Japan’s largest mobile phone operator leads the charge towards iris-recognition technology Samuel Gibbs @SamuelGibbs Thursday 14 May 2015 12.12 BST Iris-scanning technology promises to kill the password with the launch of a new smartphone that looks into users’ eyes to unlock it. The new smartphone made by Fujitsu and sold by Japan’s largest mobile phone operator, NTT Docomo, uses an infrared LED and a special camera to snap a picture of the iris of a person’s eye. The phone recognises the hidden unique pattern of the iris, w
  20. Open letter signed by 80 experts in technology and data law argues for more public scrutiny over Google’s handling of removal requests Jemima Kiss @jemimakiss Thursday 14 May 2015 09.00 BST Google needs to be more transparent in the way it handles so-called “right to be forgotten” requests, with 80 leading academics writing an open letter that accuses the firm of developing its policies “in the dark”. In the detailed and strongly worded four-page letter shared with the Guardian, experts in technology law, data protection and philosophy claim that releasing more inf
  21. The Telegraph visits the town of Michika which was recently freed from clutches of violent Islamist sect By Colin Freeman, Michika 10:37AM BST 11 May 2015 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/nigeria/11596614/Inside-Boko-Harams-caliphate-in-Nigeria.html
  22. US first lady speaks out on her experiences as an African American amid racial tensions between black communities and police Damien Gayle and agencies Monday 11 May 2015 08.19 BST Michelle Obama says she had to fight misperceptions due to her ethnicity during the 2008 White House campaign that saw her husband become the first black president of the United States. She told an audience of mainly black graduates she feared racial stereotypes might be harming her husband’s election campaign and worried what her daughters might feel if they knew what people were saying about
  23. Announcement could come as early as Friday and follows a request by mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to investigate whether policing is discriminatory or uses excessive force Associated Press Friday 8 May 2015 03.22 BST The US Justice Department is preparing to announce a civil rights investigation into the Baltimore police department as early as Friday following unrest over the death in custody of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, a person familiar with the matter has said. Baltimore’s mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, on Wednesday asked the Justice Department to investigate the p
  24. The musician and HIV/Aids campaigner spoke before Congress in support of a global fund to fight the disease Tshepo Mokoena @tnm___ Thursday 7 May 2015 08.35 BST Sir Elton John has asked the US Congress to take the lead in HIV/Aids prevention. The singer, who founded the Elton John Aids Foundation in 1992, attended a Senate committtee hearing on Wednesday 6 May, where he implored the legislative body to maintain its leading, global role in funding HIV/Aids prevention. “Because the American people have the optimism, the ingenuity and the will to make a difference, the l
  25. Islamic State claims responsibility for attack as details emerge about gunmen who opened fire at event near Dallas Staff and agencies Tuesday 5 May 2015 10.03 BST US federal agents had for years monitored Elton Simpson, one of the two gunmen who were shot dead after opening fire with assault rifles at a heavily guarded Texas exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Government sources said the gunmen were roommates Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi of Phoenix. Court documents show Simpson had been under surveillance since 2006 and convicted in 2011 of lying to FBI agen
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