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22 June 2015 Military News

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  • FM: Difficult days ahead as Iran nuclear deadline approaching IRNA 22 Jun 2015 -- Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, France and Britain plus Germany) are entering very intensive era, and said that political will remains the key to reaching a final deal by July 1.
  • Iran-G5+1 nuclear talks at sensitive stage: Rouhani ISNA 22 Jun 2015 -- Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said negotiations between Iran and the G5+1 group of countries over Tehran's nuclear program have reached a sensitive stage.
  • Differences somewhat reduced on Iran nuclear deal: Negotiator Press TV 22 Jun 2015 -- A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says gaps between Iran and six major world powers over the final text of a possible comprehensive deal on Tehran's atomic case have partly narrowed, yet progress has not been made as expected.
  • Iranian Ex-President Says U.S. Seeks Arrest Of Hidden Imam RFE/RL 22 Jun 2015 -- Iran's former hard-line President Mahmud Ahmadinejad has reportedly said that the United States is working to arrest the Hidden Imam, who according to Shi'ite belief went into hiding in the 10th century and will reappear to bring justice to Earth.
  • EU Extends Russia Sanctions for 6 Months VOA 22 Jun 2015 -- European Union foreign ministers formally agreed Monday to extend economic sanctions against Russia for an additional six months in response to the country's role in neighboring Ukraine.
  • APC Weddings, Tank Biathlon: Russia's Martial Mood RFE/RL 22 Jun 2015 -- Here comes the bride - in an armored personnel carrier (APC). Forget those Hummer stretch limousines. These days, several companies in Moscow are renting out APCs for couples riding off into matrimony -- part of a military craze that is permeating Russia amid the conflict in Ukraine and a Kremlin drive to boost patriotism.
  • Guinea Reacts to Indictment of Generals for 2009 Massacre VOA 22 Jun 2015 -- Human rights activists welcomed the indictment of two generals in Guinea for the massacre of protesters six years ago. But some question whether the indictments are aimed at a former military ruler who is planning to run in the upcoming elections.
  • Guinea, Sierra Leone Still Have Ebola VOA 22 Jun 2015 -- The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is still not over. Health officials continue to report cases in Guinea and Sierra Leone. Liberia was declared Ebola-free on May 9th.
  • China Creates High-Sensitive Electric 'Eye' to Revolutionize Space Docking Sputnik 22 Jun 2015 -- Chinese space engineers designed the world's most sensitive sensor that enables autonomous rendezvous and docking of two spacecraft more safely and efficiently.



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