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Daily Beast | The Kremlin says its nimble new satellites are just for communications. But they look—and act—an awful lot like prototype weapons.

London Independent | The country is dealing with an ageing population and a dwindling labour force.

London Independent | Papers contain ‘striking example’ of how crimes against children were treated much less seriously in the 1980s than they would be now.

Bill Gertz | Tu-95 Bear bombers intercepted off Mendocino on day Putin calls Obama.

Sputnik | Up to 10 warships and support vessels are permanently deployed in the Mediterranean Sea.

CS Monitor | ISIS’s alleged leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, banned the dissemination of the group’s infamous execution videos in a report issued to ISIS media offices in Syria and Iraq.

blazingcatfur.ca | No, this is not satire.

Kit Daniels | Arctic ice the worst it’s been in 20 years, according to Coast Guard.

RT | Turkey has blocked access to Twitter to put a clamp on the distribution of images of Monday’s deadly bombing.

AFP | North Korea is preparing to launch a new, long-range rocket, possibly in October.

London Telegraph | Edward VIII is pictured giving the “Heil Hitler” salute in photographs of him with uniformed senior members of the Nazi regime.

Bizpac Review | The newest reported weapon of the Islamic State is appropriate for the group of cowards.

Sputnik | These new missiles could be deployed in Poland and Romania by 2018, Oleg Pyshny said.

AFP | Japan on Tuesday slammed Beijing’s bid to reclaim land in the South China Sea.

Truth Revolt | Famous last words.

London Guardian | David Cameron also announces plans to give lifetime anonymity for victims of forced marriage among measures set out in five-year counter-extremism strategy.

RT | US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter wants to convince Israel that the Iran nuclear deal does not limit American options when it comes to the ally’s security.

AP | The children each received a doll and a sword.

Zero Hedge | Can we finally move the Terminator series into the non-fiction section?

Washington’s Blog | “When you drop a bomb from a drone … you are going to cause more damage than you are going to cause good.”

Michael Snyder | Thanks to Barack Obama, it is only a matter of time before Israel feels forced to conduct a massive military strike against Iran’s nuclear program.

Washington Times | Obama said Saturday that opponents of his administration’s nuclear deal with Iran are engaging in “overheated and often dishonest arguments”.

London Guardian | Historian urges that secret correspondence be made public to reveal the truth after Queen’s Nazi salute footage released.

Truth Revolt | A poll taken after the nuclear deal with Iran was announced earlier this week shows the plurality of Israelis are not happy reports The Times of Israel.

RT | Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) militants used poison gas while shelling a Kurdish village in late June, UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports.

The Hill | Calls it “to the benefit of world peace.”

Steve Watson | Family known to FBI for years.

Business Insider | A spectre is haunting Europe — the spectre of Grexit.

AP | The Egyptian IS affiliate, which calls itself the Sinai Province of the Islamic State, said it destroyed the vessel with a rocket.

RT | The voices cited by the transcript of the full footage claim a warplane shot down the Boeing.

NY Times | The vote was the culmination of months of contentious debate.

BizPac Review | Choudary is probably adding “Twitter” and “sarcasm” to the list right now.

Michael Krieger | No big deal, I guess.

London Independent | A former MI5 spy has claimed the security services have so few ethnic minority staff team leaders told agents to ‘black up’ while on a training exercise.

NY Times | The documents from Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Ministry illustrate a near obsession with Iran.

Sputnik | The bloody conflict in the western Ukrainian town of Mukachevo was a result of criminal score-settling.

Reuters | 36,000 personnel across the Mediterranean.

UK Daily Mail | ‘You are well aware that some of the six states participating in negotiations are not trustworthy at all.’

Sputnik News | As the Greek parliament considers the controversial EU bailout plan, violent protests have erupted in the capital.

Daily Beast | “That’s nonsense and you should know better,” Obama bit back.

CNS News | “I think you have given up everything.”

Breitbart | “He’s arming up the Islamonazis with nukes, he wants to attack the Second Amendment, nationalize our police force, open our borders.”

London Independent | Scientists have warned that a new strain of a ‘flesh-eating’ bug is spreading globally, and has contributed to a rise in disease cases in the UK.

Sputnik | Nearly $715 billion has been spent on the US military campaign in Afghanistan since 2001.

London Independent | Plans are being finalised after months of talks.

Washington Free Beacon | Iran claims that the United States is guilty of inflicting “heavy loss and damage” on the country.

RT | Two blasts have rocked a petrochemical plant in Bouches-du-Rhône department in southern France, authorities say.

Zero Hedge | If we have learned something today is that there is little appetite for more integration.

London Independent | Eighteen shop workers have escaped unharmed after being held hostage for four hours.

RT | The eurozone leaders have reached an agreement over a third three-year bailout for debt-ridden Greece.

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