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Saturday, 28th June 2014

World News

World Cup: Brazil defeats Chile 3-2 in shootout (CBS News)

EXCLUSIVE: 'Nightmare nanny' was homeless for nine years and sleeping in her car when hired through Craigslist as it emerges she's now disappeared amid furor over squatting of family home (Daily Mail)

Phew! Brazil breathes a sigh of relief as football team scrape through to next round of World Cup on penalties against Chile (Daily Mail)

From prince to repair man: Prince Harry fixes family's television during visit to Chile just in time for them to watch the World Cup (Daily Mail)

Mars Flying Saucer' Splashes Back Down After Test (Time Magazine)

Iraqi troops push back ISIS militants in Tikrit as PM under pressure to quit (Russia Today)

Second OSCE Ukraine team freed (BBC)

Heavy fighting reported as Iraq army pushes back against insurgents (Los Angeles Times)

Bosnia marks first shots of World War I (Fox News)

Iraq army launches offensive in Tikrit (ALJAZEERA)

Ukraine troops killed in fresh attack (ALJAZEERA)

EU exit will harm UK, says leading British industry group (Guardian)

British minister condemns 'cowardice' of EU leaders over Juncker vote (Reuters)

Iraq army 'routs rebels in Tikrit' (BBC)

Iraqi helicopter gunships attack ISIS militants in Tikrit (CBS News)

Sarajevo recalls the gunshot that sent the world to war (Reuters)

U.S. Deepens Role in Syria and Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Watch: First 4D Theater Opens in the U.S. (Time Magazine)

Watch Live: First Race of IndyCar Series in Houston (NBC News)

Ukraine rebels free OSCE monitors, 3 Ukrainians killed in attack (Reuters)

RT Spanish correspondent denied entry to Ukraine 'for being Russian TV journo' (Russia Today)

World Cup Host Brazil Beats Chile on Penalty Kicks (NBC News)

A Reignited War Drives Iraqis Out in Huge Numbers (New York Times - Paywall)

Ukraine troops killed in fresh attack in east (ALJAZEERA)

Dad who left tot in back seat researched heat deaths (CBS News)

Cameron under fire after EU defeat (BBC)

News Analysis: Life in Iraq Grinds On, Whoever Is in Charge (New York Times - Paywall)

'I lost my balance and my face fell into Chiellini leaving a strong pain in my teeth': Luis Suarez's laughable defence over World Cup bite...and he's now appealing his ban (Daily Mail)

Harry Ettlinger fled Nazi Germany but returned 6 years later as one Monuments Men (Daily Mail)

The assassination that sparked World War I, a century later (CBS News)

4 OSCE observers set free in E. Ukraine Donetsk self-defense forces (Russia Today)

4 remaining OSCE observers set free in E. Ukraine (Russia Today)

Bosnia marks war centennial with unity theme (ALJAZEERA)

Iraq army launches offensive to retake Tikrit (ALJAZEERA)

VIDEO: Gay pride around the world (BBC)

Kharkiv, in eastern Ukraine, looks west as war next door imperils its Russian market (Washington Post - Paywall)

Leonard Rossiter sexual abuse allegations probed by Operation Yewtree police (Daily Mail)

From Queens to Beijing: The most jaw-dropping abandoned spots around the world (Daily Mail)

The real Monuments Man: Amazing story of the Jewish teenager who fled Nazi Germany but returned six years later as one of the art-hunters made famous by George Clooney film (Daily Mail)

Sarajevo marks 100th anniversary of Gavrilo Princip's shot which started First World War (Telegraph - Paywall)

Sarajevo marks war centenary with message of unity to divided country (Reuters)

Four killed as Ukraine repels rebels in east (ALJAZEERA)

Iraq army 'moves to retake Tikrit' (BBC)

Small plane crashes in Delaware River as police rescue occupants (Guardian)

Albuquerque police sued by family of mentally ill homeless man shot dead (Guardian)

Couple Charged With Locking Son in Room for Two Years (NBC News)

Separatists attack Ukraine base (CNN)

In New Show of Force, Iraqi Army Drives Back Insurgents in Major City (New York Times - Paywall)

Iraqi Army, in New Show of Force, Drives Back Insurgents in Major City (New York Times - Paywall)

Welcome to doll island: Artist creates creepy shrine to little girl who drowned then dies in same canal her body was found in more than 50 years later (Daily Mail)

Buttner leaves Man Utd in £4.4m deal (BBC)

The Queen and Prince Philip pay tribute to First World War volunteers (Daily Mail)

Merkel offers Cameron olive branch after Juncker vote (Guardian)

USA World Cup Team Survives, Aereo Doesn't (Forbes)

Ukraine shells hit Russian border checkpoint, villages (Russia Today)

In Brazil, World Cup talk is colored by politics (Los Angeles Times)

Iraq reports major effort to recapture Tikrit (Washington Post - Paywall)

Woman who ate 20 bananas a day while pregnant hits back at critics (Daily Mail)

Blast in brothel in northeast Nigeria kills 11 - police (Reuters)

'Terrorist prisoners massacred by the police to stop them joining Isis' (Daily Mail)

70% of British graduates set to avoid the world of work and move abroad (Daily Mail)

EU Leaders Pick Juncker as President (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The Queen and Prince Philip pay tribute to World War One volunteers on the 100th anniversary of the shot that sparked the conflict (Daily Mail)

Murder police appeal for witnesses (BBC)

UK edges closer to EU exit as Cameron crushed in bid to block Jean-Claude Juncker's leadership (Independent)

UK edges closer to EU exit as David Cameron is crushed in bid to block Jean-Claude Juncker's leadership (Independent)

100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I (Los Angeles Times)

Armed police arrest Elvis impersonator and seize guns after massive manhunt sparked by firearms scare (Daily Mail)

Thousands of Iraqi Christians flee from fighting between Isis and Kurdish forces - video (Guardian)

'Hip-hop jihadist' hits out after anti-terror police raid his £1m family home (Daily Mail)

Washington pushing Ukraine to conflict Lavrov (Russia Today)

Syria Islamists challenge ISIL control of town on Iraq border (Reuters)

US Armed Drones Take To The Skies Over Iraq (Sky News)

Europe 'losing patience' over Israeli settlement policy EU envoy (Russia Today)

Stephen Sutton's Brother Christopher Gets First In His Degree, Mother Jane 'So Proud' (Huffington Post)

Executions, mass graves shock Iraq (CNN)

Georgia Dad Told Police He Researched Child Car Deaths (NBC News)

Forget Dragons' Den: Welcome To The Real World Of Business Angel Investment (Forbes)

New clashes test Ukraine ceasefire (BBC)

Iraq crisis: Helicopter gunships launch dawn airstrikes on Isis-held Tikrit university campus (Independent)

Iraq crisis: Helicopter gunships launch dawn air strikes on Isis-held Tikrit university campus (Independent)

Man in hospital after 24-hour hunt (BBC)

Iraq army mounts offensive against insurgents in Tikrit (Los Angeles Times)

'These kuffar MI5 have raided mums house': So-called 'hip-hop jihadist' who left London to fight in Syria hits out after anti-terror police raid his £1million family home (Daily Mail)

For sale, 450 cars. One bonkers but besotted owner: Enthusiast to sell £100million collection including vehicles dating back to 1919 (Daily Mail)

Wimbledon's female stars hit back at 'creepy' knicker checks: Caroline Wozniacki leads complaints that all-white dress code risks see-through underwear (Daily Mail)

How human language evolved: We first learned to speak with our HANDS, not our mouths, new evidence reveals (Daily Mail)

Tiger Drags Man Off Boat In Front Of Children (Sky News)

White Dee 'kicked in the head and thrown in the pool' at Magaluf party by man as his friends film the incident while 'pointing and laughing' (Daily Mail)

Iraq military strikes Tikrit rebels (BBC)

Sarajevo marks war centennial with message of unity to divided country (Reuters)

Prince Harry dodges dignitaries to watch World Cup match (Daily Express)

Hollywood star Amy Adams gives up her first class seat for soldier and flies coach instead (Daily Express)

100 years since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand: How did shot spark the First World War? (Independent)

100 years since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand - the shot that sparked the First World War (Independent)

Britain left isolated by Juncker defeat (Financial Times - Paywall)

Man arrested and police seize guns after massive manhunt for Elvis impersonator sparked by firearms scare (Daily Mail)

Sergei Lavrov accuses US of fuelling Ukraine crisis (Guardian)

Nebraska releases hundreds of inmates by mistake, now wants them back (Russia Today)

Russia economy would shrink if hit by sectoral sanctions -minister (Reuters)

Pope Francis Back to Work After Health Fears (NBC News)

Britain First's Facebook Page Banned For 'Hate Speech'... Then Put Back Just An Hour Later (Huffington Post)

WorldViews: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the drumbeats of war (Washington Post - Paywall)

The 'bionic men' of World War I (CNN)

Look back at life of famed singer (CNN)

US sends armed drones to Iraq 'to protect its troops' (Channel4)

PM Vows To 'Keep Fighting' After Juncker Defeat (Sky News)

BP seeks to wrest back compensation (BBC)

Ukraine crisis: Ceasefire between Government forces and rebels extended (Independent)

Ukraine crisis: Ceasefire between Government forces and rebels extended over weekend (Independent)

Russia Accuses US Over Ukraine Confrontation (Sky News)

'I did the right thing': Woman who ate 20 bananas a day while pregnant hits back at critics and says her baby boy is 'thriving' at three months (Daily Mail)

Amy Adams gives up first class seat for soldier on Detroit to LA flight (Daily Mail)

Space football fever: NASA astronauts lose hair in World Cup bet (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Ukip's Nigel Farage Says David Cameron Is 'Friendless In Europe' After Failure To Stop Jean-Claude Juncker Getting Top EU Job (Huffington Post)

Ukraine truce holds despite attacks (BBC)

U.S. Soccer Star Nearly Runs a Marathon at World Cup (NBC News)

U.S. Soccer Star Runs Nearly a Marathon at World Cup (NBC News)

Britain's population has grown by 5 MILLION in 12 years (Daily Mail)

Iraq Conflict Menaces Heritage Sites (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Shia LaBeouf Arrested: 'Nymphomaniac' Actor 'Chased Homeless Man For A McDonald's' Hours Before 'Cabaret' Arrest (Huffington Post)

The Queen has worn the same Anello & Davide shoes for 50 years (Daily Mail)

One Hundred Years on From a Shooting in Sarajevo, It's Time to Reflect on How the First World War Changed Britain (Huffington Post)

VIDEO: Glastonbury Festival back after storm (BBC)

Battles, executions, drones, as Iraqi troops battle ISIS (CNN)

EU leaders offer Cameron hope (BBC)

Iraq inmate: Guards 'opened fire' (CNN)

David Cameron youre a loser - Nigel Farage slams PM after Europe defeat (Daily Express)

Now BBC dumbs down WW1 with foul-mouthed rap: Factually inaccurate video tells history of Great War in the form of a hip-hop style battle (Daily Mail)

To Fast or Not? World Cup's Muslim Players Face Tough Choice (NBC News)

Religion or Sports? World Cup's Muslim Players Face Tough Choice (NBC News)

World Cup's Muslim Players Face Tough Ramadan Choice (NBC News)

What Obama discovered about Iraq (CNN)

Ukraine president hails EU deal (CNN)

Cornwall 'Armed Man' And Elvis Impersonator, Derrel Weaver, Arrested By Police (Huffington Post)

An Olympic 'nightmare' - and the long road back (BBC)

The signature that sealed a war (CNN)

Pedestrian Blocking Traffic Shot in Road Rage: Police (NBC News)

Photographer snaps 10 years of World Cup (CNN)

Jordan may be next in line for the Isis extremists (Telegraph - Paywall)

PM Fails To Block Juncker From Top EU Job (Sky News)

'Edging to EU exit' - front pages (BBC)

US flying armed drones in Iraq (Guardian)

100 years on: Another world war? (CNN)

Australian man sentenced to death in Vietnam for heroin trafficking (Guardian)

US And Iranian Drones Flying Over Iraq (Sky News)

Ukraine extends ceasefire by 72 hours (ALJAZEERA)

Obama Administration Deepens U.S. Role in Syria and Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Allegations of atrocities as U.S. arms drones in Iraq (CNN)

ANDREW PIERCE: Liar, bully and boozer who sneers at Britain: Jean-Claude Juncker has a very low opinion of EU leaders and the people they are supposed to serve (Daily Mail)

Woodstock 45 years on (BBC)

Saudi King Promises Help in Delicate Effort to Unite Factions in Iraq (New York Times - Paywall)

Mass graves and executions shock Iraq (CNN)

Man facing paralysis codes new voice (BBC)

Tiger Woods Misses Cut, But Back Holds Up (NBC News)

SIMON HEFFER: The titanic arrogance that could sink David Cameron (Daily Mail)

Iraq cobbling together makeshift air force to fight ISIS (Washington Post - Paywall)

Sex predator - or another victim of the great celeb witchhunt? Police probe 46-year-old allegation against late comedy genius Leonard Rossiter (Daily Mail)

Two thirds of Britons visit the same resort within five years of their last trip (Daily Mail)

Ukraine Risks Russian Wrath By Signing EU Deal (Sky News)

David Cameron warns Britain is in 'war' with EU after Juncker nomination (Daily Mail)

Google switches on the first DIY phone you can build yourself (Daily Mail)

First Veterans Commissioner named (BBC)

Drones over Baghdad as Iraq crumbles (CNN)

Britain isolated as Juncker nominated to top E.U. job (Washington Post - Paywall)

Sinosphere Blog: Chinese Workers at Iraq Power Plant Said to be Headed to Safety (New York Times - Paywall)

The gunshots that change history: Murder of Franz Ferdinand and the start of World War One (Daily Express)

EU signs trade pact with Ukraine, ceasefire extended by 72 hours (Reuters)

Deal reduces Russia role (CNN)

A new era for Ukraine (CNN)

Ukraine extends cease-fire (CNN)

The sulky little sailor who almost sank her parents' round the world adventure (Daily Mail)

Arrest in search for 'armed' man (BBC)

Brazil's World Cup golden boy Neymar survived a near-fatal car crash as an infant (Daily Mail)

Slimmed-down police horse collars first suspect in Oregon (CBS News)

Ukraine signs historic trade deal with EU, extends cease-fire (Los Angeles Times)

Our World CHOMPion: Luis Suarez dodges welcoming Uruguay fans (Daily Star)

Tiny 8st 5lb muscleman proudly declares: I am the PUNIEST bodybuilder in the world (Daily Star)

David's bad day: Juncker named EU president and Cameron's ex-aide accused of child porn (Daily Star)

Glastonbury 2014: Heavy rain turns festival into infamous mudbath as first acts perform (Daily Star)

Increased protection for war wrecks (BBC)

Wonga face police probe after letter scandal (Daily Express)

Wonga face police probe after bogus law firm letter scandal (Daily Express)

Ukraine signs landmark agreement with E.U. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Amy Adams gives up first class seat to U.S. serviceman (CBS News)

EU signs trade pact with Ukraine, threatens sanctions on Russia (Reuters)

London Waterloo station chaos after man trespasses on tracks during rush hour (Daily Mail)

Iraq Leader Under Pressure to Step Aside as U.S. Looks Elsewhere (Time Magazine)

Ukraine extends ceasefire for east (BBC)

British Katherine Legge becomes Formula E Championship's first female driver (Daily Mail)

Ireland's First Billionaire Ordered to Sell Assets to Repay Loans (New York Times - Paywall)

World Cup Scores a Big Ratings Goal in the U.S. (Time Magazine)

Ukraine Signs Trade Agreement With European Union (New York Times - Paywall)

Defying Russia, Ukraine Signs E.U. Trade Pact (New York Times - Paywall)

7 Years of the iPhone: An Interactive Timeline (Time Magazine)

DNA Clears Man Convicted of Rape After 17 Years (NBC News)

Tiger Pulls Man From Boat in India (New York Times - Paywall)

Jordan fears homegrown ISIS more than invasion from Iraq (Washington Post - Paywall)

Muslim man murders pregnant prostitute for working near Ilford mosque (Daily Mail)

Cameron styles himself as the heir to Thatcher (Telegraph - Paywall)

Dead man found with hands, feet bound in NYC home (CBS News)

Olive branches fail to disguise deep Juncker division (BBC)

With The World Cup, TV Everywhere Has Finally Arrived (Forbes)

Live chickens found living in the back yard of Indian restaurant (Daily Mail)

Bosnian Serbs erect statue to nationalist who ignited World War I (Los Angeles Times)

Texas parents kept 'sexual predator' adopted son locked in garage for 5 years (Daily Mail)

U.S. Expediting Hellfire-Missile Shipments to Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Flash Points: Why are foreign fighters gathering in Iraq and Syria? (CBS News)

The Global Game: How Records in Group Play Predict World Cup Success (New York Times - Paywall)

Brazil sniper nearly shot policeman at World Cup game (CBS News)

Britain closer to EU exit after Jean-Claude Juncker vote (Guardian)

German World Cup fans warned not to sing or face paint (Russia Today)

100 years since Ferdinands death sparked WWI (CBS News)

'Wheelchair-bound' World Cup fan caught on camera walking to his chair (Daily Mail)

Glastonbury power back after lightning (BBC)

David Cameron humiliated as Jean-Claude Juncker elected EU Commission president (Daily Mail)

Ukraine signs 'historic' EU trade deal as Putin aid calls Petro Porshenko a 'nazi' (Daily Mail)

Tiger Woods Misses Cut in Return From Back Surgery (NBC News)

Police at World Cup Take Aim at Colleague (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Swamp soccer: World Cups down and dirty cousin (CBS News)

Armed police hunt for 'man with gun' (BBC)

What will Ukraine gain from its EU deal? (ALJAZEERA)

Tiger leaps onto boat, snatches man in east India (Daily Mail)

See What Happened When These Astronauts Lost a World Cup Bet (NBC News)

Armed US drones flying over Iraq (BBC)

Bill Clinton has made $105m from delivering 542 speeches in 12 years (Independent)

Syrian moderates' aren't so moderate in Iraq (Independent)

Merkel wins, Cameron loses EU row (CNN)

Mandela's widow, Gra a Machel, speaks of her loss for the first time (Guardian)

Iraq crisis: Sectarian hatred stalks Baghdad as the rise of Isis widens the gulf between Shia and Sunni (Independent)

Juncker Juncker Stick It Up Your Jumper (Huffington Post)

Nigeria police bust suspected kidnapping ring, arresting 37 (Reuters)

Tiger leaps onto boat, snatches man in front of his kids in India (CBS News)

EU leaders nominate Juncker for president (ALJAZEERA)

EU moves to assuage Cameron after outvoting him on Juncker (Reuters)

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Ordeal by shellfire - a giant gun rains death on Parisians from 80 miles away (Independent)

Isis onslaught in Iraq claims terrible toll of victims on both sides of divide (Guardian)

PM: Juncker defeat not my last stand (BBC)

Ukraine signs historic trade pact with EU, irking Russia (CBS News)

Jean-Claude Juncker profile: Europe's grumpy elder statesman is an expert habitu of the backroom deal (Independent)

Ukraine signs historic trade deal with European Union (Los Angeles Times)

Cameron bemoans a bad day for Europe' (Financial Times - Paywall)

Monaco heiress' son-in-law admits to paying hit man to kill his mother (Telegraph - Paywall)

EU issues Ukraine ultimatum to Putin (Financial Times - Paywall)

Algeria celebrates historic first (CNN)

Worker Productivity Dropped During USA-Germany World Cup Game (Forbes)

Dutch astronomer Ivar Kooren captures images of solar activity from his back garden (Daily Mail)

Close shave Sniper asked permission to shoot someone at World Cup opening game (Daily Star)

ISIS Massacre: Tikrit Satellite Images Emerge (Sky News)

European Union Nominates Jean-Claude Juncker for Commission President (New York Times - Paywall)

Iraq's killing fields where ISIS massacred up to 190 prisoners in four days (Daily Mail)

Summit backs Juncker in blow to UK (BBC)

William Hague: Iraq needs new inclusive government (Telegraph - Paywall)

Man charged over Salmond threats (BBC)

Malaysian engineer Enig Hui travels the world photographing railway stations (Daily Mail)

Ukraine's EU Deal: 'Not A Good Day For Russia' (Sky News)

Birmingham van driver stopped by police as her windscreen was obscured by PLANKS (Daily Mail)

Nigerian Man Says He Was Committed for Atheism (NBC News)

Florida death row inmate has sentence overturned after 28 years in prison (Guardian)

Ukrainian president accuses Russia of doing nothing to end 'disastrous' war (Guardian)

Sniper Nearly Shoots Man At World Cup Game (Sky News)

Gazprom Warns Europe May Suffer From Ukraine Gas Spat (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ukraine pact with European Union prompts warning from Russia (Fox News)

Is Juncker a clunker for EU? (CNN)

World Cup in graffiti (CNN)

EU postpones economic sanctions on Russia (Russia Today)

Chinese Navy near Hawaii: First time participation in US-led RIMPAC drills (Russia Today)

Nine News reporter Alex Bernhardt drenched after 'stoned' man threw water at her (Daily Mail)

World Cup 2014: Chris Kamara Catches Street Robber In Brazil (Huffington Post)

ISIS commits mass murder, advertises it': Iraq executions detailed (Russia Today)

Russia launches largest oil drilling platform in the country's Far East (Russia Today)

Mississippi Freedom Summer: 50 years on in pictures (Guardian)

VIDEO: School shut as police hunt 'armed man' (BBC)

Kerry Seeks Saudi Help in Delicate Effort to Unite Factions in Iraq (New York Times - Paywall)

Baghdad residents await Isis attack (Financial Times - Paywall)

Serbs unveil statue to 'hero' who set Europe marching to war (Reuters)

World Cup Focus: Conditions Making Brazil 2014 the Substitutes' World Cup (Huffington Post)

World War One centenary: statue to assassin who sparked Great War unveiled (Telegraph - Paywall)

Albania sets sights on EU membership with Tony Blair and Alastair Campbell helping (Daily Mail)

Iraq crisis: Barack Obama orders 'Hellfire missile' drones into Iraq skies (Telegraph - Paywall)

E.Ukraine answers EU demands, pledges cease-fire till Monday (Russia Today)

Eastern Ukraine ceasefire extended until Monday (Russia Today)

David Cameron loses Jean-Claude Juncker vote (Guardian)

Italian police smash international gang smuggling dozens of illegal immigrants into Britain from Albania using fake documents (Daily Mail)

EVIL thugs jailed for 126 years for sick acid attack which burned to death innocent dad (Daily Star)

Top Iraq cleric urges quick PM deal (BBC)

That's shocking! Genes reveal electric eels evolved their supercharged muscles separately 200 million years ago (Daily Mail)

Satellite images appear to show Isis execution sites (Telegraph - Paywall)

Stats don't lie: Is your World Cup XI wrong? (BBC)

Foreign Office to 'live' tweet key events leading up to the first world war (Guardian)

Ukraine dispatch: no ceasefire in sight for Russian border refugees (Telegraph - Paywall)

Strong evidence that ISIS has committed mass executions, human rights group says (CBS News)

Tweeting the World Cup (BBC)

An unlikely alliance battles ISIS (CNN)

Five police officers descend on Blackburn salon because woman refused to pay (Daily Mail)

U.S. Vs. Germany On ESPN Second-Highest World Cup Game Watched With 10.77M Viewers [UPDATED] (Forbes)

You are pushing Britain towards EU exit, Cameron warns European leaders (Daily Express)

UK edges closer to an EU exit as Cameron crushed in bid to block Jean-Claude Juncker's leadership (Independent)

UK edges closer to an EU exit as Cameron crushed in bid to block Jean-Claude Juncker's EU leadership (Independent)

David Cameron fails in extraordinary last-minute plea to block Jean-Claude Juncker's EU leadership (Independent)

David Cameron fails in extraordinary last-minute plea to hijack Jean-Claude Juncker's EU leadership (Independent)

Cameron tells EU it may live to regret Jean-Claude Juncker appointment (Guardian)

Human Rights Watch identifies Isis execution sites based on satellite images - video (Guardian)

Man Utd sign defender Shaw for £27m (BBC)

Shiite Cleric in Iraq Urges Quick Decision on New Government (New York Times - Paywall)

Chinese man spends £24k on hundreds of IMAX tickets to prove to ex-girlfriend how wealthy he is (Daily Mail)

Russia Abruptly Cancels Rocket Launch (New York Times - Paywall)

Disabled adventurer is first to tackle 500-mile Way of St James trek in wheelchair (Daily Mail)

Peeling back the layers: Painting of murdered Renaissance princess revealed beneath layers of paint added centuries later to make her face conform to Victorian beauty ideals (Daily Mail)

Berlin airport hired fake engineer for fire safety system delaying project TWO YEARS (Daily Mail)

Theory suggests the speed of light is SLOWER than first thought (Daily Mail)

LGBT rights 45 years after the Stonewall riots (CBS News)

China Works to Move Citizens in Iraq (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Naked man 'electrocuted' after climbing onto roof of moving train (Independent)

Thousands flee Ukraine fighting - UN (BBC)

Eric Clapton reveals plans to quit touring after 50 years because travelling is 'unbearable' (Daily Mail)

Iraq crisis: Mass execution site where Isis massacred at least 160 men identified by satellite images (Independent)

Iraq crisis: Mass execution site where at least 160 were killed by Isis identified by satellite images (Independent)

Iraq crisis: Isis mass execution site where at least 160 were killed identified by satellite images (Independent)

With Maliki staying in govt, the splitting up of Iraq is inevitable' (Russia Today)

Glastonbury drug-taking man dies (BBC)

Russia calls off launch of newest space rocket Angara (Russia Today)

Meriam Ibrahim: Sudan apostasy woman speaks for first time after death sentence is overturned (Independent)

Meriam Ibrahim speaks for the first time since apostasy death sentence is overturned (Independent)

Meet HitchBOT - the first robot to hitchhike across Canada (Daily Mail)

Fast reactor starts clean nuclear energy era in Russia (Russia Today)

London voted second least friendly city in the world but Paris is first (Daily Mail)

Report: Obama drone policy destabilises world (ALJAZEERA)

Algeria supporters riot across France after historic World Cup qualification (PHOTOS, VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Ukraine's sink or swim EU agreement (BBC)

Algeria celebrates World Cup success (BBC)

Attempts to force artificial choice between Russia and EU split Ukraine - Putin (Russia Today)

Waging war against Russia, one pipeline at a time (Russia Today)

Fueling Syrian war is last roll of dice for US & it's not working' (Russia Today)

UN: 110,000 people fled Ukraine to Russia this year (Russia Today)

Teach First moves to rural areas (BBC)

Ukraine and EU sign free trade zone deal (Russia Today)

Cameron on Juncker: 'This is a bad day for Europe' (Channel4)

VIDEO: Who is the man leading Boko Haram? (BBC)

Know your weed by smell: UK police want public to sniff out cannabis farms (Russia Today)

ISIS has Saudis on highest alert (CNN)

Russian jets to aid the fight against Sunni rebels in Iraq PM Maliki (Russia Today)

Israel says disintegration in Iraq may lead to independent Kurdish state (Russia Today)

Ukrainian government, rebels to continue talks as Kerry steps up pressure on Russia (Washington Post - Paywall)

EU Under Pressure to Overhaul Energy Strategy (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

World Cup fans in California rejoice as U.S. advances (CBS News)

Land mines: Remnants of war (CNN)

European security monitors held 32 days by Ukraine militants freed (Los Angeles Times)

How Ann Coulter Lost Her Mind Over World Cup Soccer (Forbes)

Hague flies to Baghdad for Isis talks - video (Channel4)

Iraq crisis sees battle lines redrawn (BBC)

Kerry presses Persian Gulf nations to rally behind Iraq (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Three things to know about the Supreme Court's ruling on Argentine debt and why it matters to Argentina and the world (Washington Post - Paywall)

Spain's economic recovery: Bouncing back (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

A dramatic decline in suicides: Back from the edge (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The World Cup in Brazil: The half-time verdict (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

ISIS 'brainwashes' kidnapped boys (CNN)

Russia pressures Moldova and Ukraine ahead of signing of E.U. Association Agreement (Washington Post - Paywall)

Luis Suarez banned from rest of World Cup for biting (Channel4)

WorldViews: White House losing Twitter war to India's Narendra Modi (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: 13 maps that explain Luis Suarez's World Cup bite (Washington Post - Paywall)

Kerry warns Russia that additional U.S., E.U. economic sanctions are possible (Washington Post - Paywall)

Karbala's holy shrines, under threat from Isis (Channel4)

Celebrating Michael Jackson 5 years on (CNN)

ISIS presence on Baghdad's outskirts (CNN)

Suarez: new biting claims, this time at World Cup (Channel4)

#FreeAJStaff: A world where journalism is silenced - video (Channel4)

#FreeAJStaff: world stands shoulder to shoulder (Channel4)

Have pro-Russian rebels violated Ukraine ceasefire? (Channel4)

Isis rebels 'capture' Baiji Iraq oil refinery (Channel4)

New pictures: 'normal' British teen who became Isis jihadi (Channel4)

UNESCO's newest World Heritage sites (CNN)

Kerry promises 'intense and sustained' US help for Iraq (Channel4)

Employees Who Stay In Companies Longer Than Two Years Get Paid 50% Less (Forbes)

IDS: Backing Juncker flicking 'two fingers' at voters (Channel4)

World Cup: 5 things to know today (CNN)

ISIS redraws map of Middle East (CNN)

Man rides horse to World Cup (CNN)

Drone pilots: Dilbert at war (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Colombia's presidential election: Four more years (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Russia and Ukraine: Ratchet up, ratchet down (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

China not at World Cup but still crazy for it (CNN)

The Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria: Two Arab countries fall apart (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Go inside Brazil's war on drugs (CNN)

Municipal bonds: Back to the future (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Linguistic imperialism: The world according to Putin (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Brazil’s World Cup transportation handling crowds (Miami Herald)

U.S. loses to Germany, still advances to knockout stage of World Cup (Miami Herald)

The world is aTwitter as more world leaders connect (Miami Herald)

Charlie Crist releases 10 more years of income tax returns — but not his wife’s (Miami Herald)

Miami-Dade police find teen whose missing report went viral on social media (Miami Herald)