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06 July 2015 Military News

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  • Officials Begin Crunch Talks On Iran Deal RFE/RL 06 Jul 2015 -- Foreign ministers from major world powers resumed talks in Vienna, one day before a self-imposed deadline to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.
  • Background Briefing in Vienna, Austria US Dept. of State 06 Jul 2015
  • Nuclear Deal With Iran Would Be Complex VOA 06 Jul 2015 -- An Iran nuclear deal would essentially a trade: Iran trading its capability to make nuclear weapons in exchange for relief from international economic sanctions.
  • Deputies of IAEA director general in Tehran ISNA 06 Jul 2015 -- Deputies of Yukiya Amano, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran, to discuss ways of sorting out issues pertaining to Iran's nuclear program.
  • Sen. Corker urges Kerry not to rush to a bad deal with Iran Press TV 06 Jul 2015 -- Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has urged US Secretary of State John Kerry to not rush to a bad nuclear deal in the negotiations with Iran.
  • Final Iran Deal Faces Potential Stumbling Block VOA 06 Jul 2015 -- The foreign ministers from the group of six world powers and Iran are locked in intense negotiations in Vienna on Monday with key disputes unresolved, including a potential stumbling block involving a push by Tehran to have a U.N. arms embargo lifted.
  • Police Disperse Protesters in Armenia's Capital, Begin Detentions Sputnik 06 Jul 2015 -- Armenian police have begun dispersing protesters against the hike in electricity tariffs in the country's capital of Yerevan, a RIA Novosti correspondent reported from the scene Monday.
  • Greek Finance Minister Resigns Following 'No' Vote VOA 06 Jul 2015 -- Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned Monday, a day after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected a demand by the country's lenders to impose more austerity measures on the country in exchange for new bailout loans for the government in Athens. His resignation was a surprise because he had said he would only resign if his countrymen voted in favor of accepting the austerity demands.
  • Re-Establishment of Diplomatic Relations With Cuba US Dept. of State 06 Jul 2015 -- President Obama announced on July 1, 2015, the historic decision to re-establish diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States of America, effective July 20. The U.S. Department of State also notified Congress of its intent to convert the U.S. Interests Section in Havana, Cuba to U.S. Embassy Havana, effective on the same date.
  • Egypt Journalists Blast New Anti-terror Law VOA 06 Jul 2015 -- New anti-terrorism legislation in Egypt is targeting the media and making it a criminal offense to publish news contradicting the government's version of events in terrorism-related cases.
  • UN Fears Rights Violations in China-backed Projects VOA 06 Jul 2015 -- A top U.N. official is expressing concern about whether China-backed development projects overseas will have adequate protections for human rights.



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