Saturday, 21st March 2015

World News

Machete-wielding man shot by police dies in hospital (CBS News)

Iran president on nuke talks: "Achieving a deal is possible" (CBS News)

Police: Machete-wielding man was carrying explosives (CBS News)

Celebrating 330 years of Johann Sebastian Bach (CBS News)

New Orleans airport attacker dies (BBC)

Machete attacker in New Orleans airport had Molotov cocktails in his bag (Russia Today)

Stuart Lancaster accepts disappointment but looks towards World Cup (Guardian)

Iran Leader Says Nuclear Deal in Sight (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Islamic State calls on backers to kill 100 U.S. military personnel (Reuters)

Girl aged just TWO accused of shoplifting and five-year-old boy reported to police for 'rape' among youngest children suspected of crimes (Daily Mail)

Suspect in Machete Attack at New Orleans Airport Has Died (NBC News)

Tunisia arrests more than 20 in crackdown since museum attack (Reuters)

Arrests Made in Attack on Tunisian Museum (New York Times - Paywall)

Beckham sister's ex 'lost everything' after he was branded a rapist by woman he met on the internet - just because police didn't check his phone (Daily Mail)

'He was within inches of whacking me with a machete... she saved my life': TSA worker pays tribute to hero female cop who saved her from blade-wielding man at airport - as it emerges suspect was carrying EXPLOSIVES (Daily Mail)

Disabled man with a severe allergy to ELECTRICITY faces eviction because his landlord's angry he doesn't heat his home (Daily Mail)

Unstated Factor in Iran Talks: Threat of Nuclear Tampering (New York Times - Paywall)

Jerry Springer producer Jill Blackstone 'got cold feet' in suicide pact that killed her deaf sister (Daily Mail)

Islamic State Calls for Brothers to Kill Military Personnel in U.S. (Newsweek Magazine)

Iran rejects 'bullying' as West stresses unity in nuclear talks (Reuters)

Nine British medics enter Isis stronghold to work in hospitals (Guardian)

Airport attacker had gas bombs (CNN)

Britain battered by extreme high tides following solar eclipse (Daily Mail)

Man City gains from red card mistake (CNN)

Airport Attacker Had 6 Molotov Cocktails, Officials Say (NBC News)

US evacuates troops in Yemen as conditions deteriorate further with Friday's suicide bombings and a call to arms from Houthi rebels to fight those loyal to President Hadi (Daily Mail)

Kerry on Iran nuclear talks: We have the opportunity to do this right' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Shiite insurgents in Yemen call for supporters to attack government (Washington Post - Paywall)

Tourists in Mont Saint Michel, France to watch supertide sparked by solar eclipse (Daily Mail)

Iran upbeat over nuclear talks (BBC)

N.C. State Frat Investigated Over Offensive Book (NBC News)

Cleveland protest planned in wake of police shooting of black teen (Guardian)

Shi'ite Rebels Call for Yemen Offensive as U.S. Troops Evacuate (Time Magazine)

U.S. pulling troops from Yemen after mosque attacks (CBS News)

Six Nations finale could be turning point for England in Rugby World Cup (Guardian)

Ahead of U.S. visit, Afghan leader warns of Islamic State threat (Reuters)

Airport Terror: Cop Shoots New Orleans Machete Attacker (NBC News)

John Kerry urges swift resolution in Iran nuclear talks; France hesitant (Los Angeles Times)

US forces evacuating Yemen as rebels call for an offensive against extremists (Guardian)

Man, 63, wielding machete tries to slash TSA workers and passengers and is shot three times by police at New Orleans airport (Daily Mail)

Sources: Last of Special Ops forces exit Yemen (CNN)

ISIS Urges Sympathizers to Kill U.S. Service Members It Identifies on Website (New York Times - Paywall)

Customs officials seize half a ton of RADIOACTIVE sanitary pads at Lebanon airport (Daily Mail)

The man with the world's most unfortunate name: Mr Guilherme Carabagiale F**k (who insists it's actually pronounced 'Foo-kee') (Daily Mail)

Scottish Party May Prove Crucial to Future of Britain's Nuclear Fleet (New York Times - Paywall)

Feasible vigilance or hysteria? Everyday objects mistaken for ISIS paraphernalia (Russia Today)

Iran's supreme leader backs his government's nuclear deal efforts (Los Angeles Times)

From New World to Salem, witches ride again in American pop culture (Guardian)

ISIS: Yemen attack is 'tip of the iceberg' (CNN)

Wales can win the World Cup, says Warren Gatland after defeat of Italy (Guardian)

Roundup 'probably' causes cancer, World Health Organisation says (Guardian)

5 Things to Know on World Down Syndrome Day (Time Magazine)

Missing 12-year-old Jasmine Coleman found in Croydon (Guardian)

New Boko Haram victims: Mass grave of almost 100 bodies found in Nigeria (Russia Today)

Iran claims nuclear deal in reach as Kerry warns of 'hard decisions' ahead (Guardian)

Jasmine Coleman, 12, Thought To Have 'Gone Off With An Older Man' Has Been Found (Huffington Post)

U.S. Forces Evacuate Yemen After Al Qaeda Seizes City (NBC News)

ISIS Group Claims Deadly Yemen Blasts (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

More victims of alleged historic paedophile ring must come forward, police urge (Daily Express)

Real life Castaway: Man builds his own floating home out of other people's rubbish (Daily Star)

5 Ways to Celebrate World Water Day (Time Magazine)

Yemen officials: U.S. forces evacuate as Al Qaeda takes city (Los Angeles Times)

Ireland hammer Scotland to eclipse Wales and put pressure on England (Guardian)

North Primary School bans pupils from watching solar eclipse for 'religious' reasons (Daily Mail)

Do you want beard trimmings with that? Woman disgusted by HUMAN hairs found in McDonald's (Daily Star)

Kerry Sees Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks (Newsweek Magazine)

Libyan factions fight ISIS -- and each other (CNN)

Libyan army clashes with militias near Tripoli as airstrikes bomb city's only airport (Fox News)

Toilet trouble mars Man City match (BBC)

Who Kills Police Officers? (Newsweek Magazine)

'Water man of India' bags top prize (BBC)

Pilot circles Faroe Islands so passengers have rare full view of solar eclipse (Daily Express)

Man attacked passengers and TSA agents at New Orleans airport (CBS News)

In first speech, defiant Yemen president challenges Shiite rebels who once held him captive (Fox News)

John Kerry claims US is not after 'just any deal' as Iranian nuclear talks conclude in Switzerland (Independent)

Iran nuclear talks: John Kerry claims US is not after 'just any deal' as negotiations conclude in Switzerland (Independent)

Iran nuclear talks: John Kerry says US is not after 'just any deal' as negotiations conclude in Switzerland (Independent)

"Instant chaos" after man swings machete at airport (CBS News)

Mass Grave of Boko Haram Victims Found (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S., allies conduct air strikes in Syria and Iraq against Islamic State - task force (Reuters)

Woman held by terror police remanded (BBC)

Schoolgirl,12, who went missing overnight found 'safe and well' (Daily Star)

The World's Water Supply Could Dip Sharply in 15 Years (Time Magazine)

ISIS claim responsibility for suicide bomb attack in Yemen (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Iwo Jima remembered 70 years on (BBC)

Al Qaeda driven out of Yemen city after killing 20 soldiers (Reuters)

ISIS claim laying waste to 4th century Iraqi Christian monastery (PHOTOS) (Russia Today)

Police hunt tweed-jacket wearing man who slaps shoppers for SNEEZING (Daily Star)

Suicide bombers kill 137 in Yemen mosque attacks (Reuters)

Police at New Orleans international airport shoot man brandishing machete (Guardian)

Police search for missing girl, 12 (BBC)

Suicide attackers 'hid bombs in casts' (CNN)

Kerry Pushes Iran Nuclear Deal Timetable Amid Differences With France (New York Times - Paywall)

Police hunt for missing girl, 12, who may have run off with older man (Daily Express)

Cricket World Cup: Farewell also-rans as big four save best until last (Guardian)

Residents moved as police probe home (BBC)

Russian police kill 6 suspected insurgents in the capital of the Dagestan republic (Fox News)

Man Swinging a Machete Shot at New Orleans Airport (Time Magazine)

Memory Lane: the Five Nations down the years in pictures (Guardian)

Africa is centre of a wildlife war' that the world is losing (Guardian)

Female chief constable in misconduct probe as 'bullied' senior police 'terrified' of her (Daily Express)

France Takes Hard Line in Iran Talks (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. and Iran Cite Progress in Nuke Talks, But Deal Is Unclear (Time Magazine)

Man charged over GBH attack on woman (BBC)

Man charged over gun threat robbery (BBC)

Daily Mail readers' stories will test anyone who doesn't believe in the spirit world (Daily Mail)

Afghan official says 3 civilians killed in bomb attack aimed at district police chief in north (Fox News)

How the solar eclipse dazzled Britain if you could see if through the clouds (Daily Mail)

Jamila Henry took son to ISIS in Syria despite MI5 being in regular contact (Daily Mail)

Amazing photos from total solar eclipse (CNN)

Playboy model: I thought about suicide (CNN)

The biggest enigma in world football (CNN)

Kerry: 'Stakes are High' in Iran Nuclear Talks (NBC News)

The attack of the olive oil gangs - UK health risk warning as criminals sell fake oil (Daily Express)

The counted: inside the search for the real number of police killings in the US (Guardian)

Chinese tourists warned to stay off trains between Paris and Charles de Gaulle Airport (Daily Mail)

Man shot in the FACE after launching violent machete attack at airport (Daily Star)

After week of nuclear talks with Iran, Kerry cites 'substantial progress' but says gaps remain (Fox News)

Hawaii shark attack victim speaks (CNN)

Machete-wielding taxi driver shot three times in US airport (Independent)

Machete-wielding taxi driver shot three times in New Orleans airport (Independent)

After bitter history disputes, South Korea, China and Japan hold their first talks in 3 years (Fox News)

France says deal with Iran must be robust, guarantee no atomic bomb (Reuters)

Iran's Rouhani says final nuclear accord is possible, despite remaining differences (Fox News)

Yemen mosque bombings 'could only be done by the enemies of life' president (Guardian)

Missing girl found safe and well (BBC)

Police plea for child abuse witnesses (BBC)

How ISIS attack threat hangs over holidaymakers (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Severn Valley railway marks 50 years (BBC)

Iran Nuclear Deal Must Ensure No Atomic Bomb: France (NBC News)

Public mood has shifted Left as electorate reacts to five years of austerity...but we STILL don't trust Ed Miliband (Daily Mail)

Aid billions sitting unspent in the bank: Billions of pounds Britain dishes out in foreign aid is still sitting unspent in the bank and may not be spent for years (Daily Mail)

Petraeus: Iraq's biggest threat isn't ISIS (CNN)

Machete-wielding man attacks TSA agents at New Orleans airport (CBS News)

Cricket World Cup: New Zealand v West Indies as it happened (Guardian)

Man suffers suspected arsenic poisoning from 'impotence tablets' (Guardian)

A letter to The psychologist who helped me find myself and the man I love (Guardian)

Suspect shot after attacking TSA agents at New Orleans airport (CBS News)

Man with a pram: A baby makes me a babe magnet (Guardian)

Twitter is nine: looking back at a world before hashtags (Guardian)

From the archive, 21 March 1966: The World Cup is stolen (Guardian)

4 Fort Lauderdale police officers out after racist video, texts (CBS News)

ISIS capitalizes on Libya security vacuum, establishes legitimate foothold' State Dept. report (Russia Today)

Police shoot attacker at US airport (BBC)

Guptill hits highest World Cup score (BBC)

Scene of slaughter found in Nigerian town recaptured from Boko Haram (Guardian)

Twin suicide bombings kill dozens at Kurdish new year celebrations (Russia Today)

2 in Canadian terror plot to derail train between Toronto and NYC found guilty (Fox News)

North Korean ambassador claims country has nuclear missiles (Fox News)

Man dies after Western Australia police shooting (Guardian)

Shooting at New Orleans airport after 'machete attack at security checkpoint' (Daily Express)

Many mesmerized by solar eclipse (CBS News)

Two men convicted of terrorist plot to attack New York-Toronto train (Guardian)

90 bodies found in mass grave (CNN)

Police encounters kill hundreds of disabled Americans every year, ACLU argues (Russia Today)

Manchester Police slammed for 'mocking' Joe Lawton (Daily Mail)

Community awaits answers in hanging of black man in Mississippi (CBS News)

World Briefing | Washington: Federal Judge Orders U.S. Government to Release Photos of Abu Ghraib Abuse (New York Times - Paywall)

Man With Wasp Spray and Machete Attacks TSA Agents at New Orleans Airport (Newsweek Magazine)

Did easyJet flight from Manchester get the best view of the solar eclipse? (Daily Mail)

World Briefing: Urging Treatment for Activist in Jail in China, 16 Are Briefly Detained Themselves (New York Times - Paywall)

Fla. police lay beloved K9 to rest in emotional ceremony (CBS News)

The floating man of Brazil: Homeless man lives in bizarre tent-boat (Daily Mail)

World Briefing: Liberia Reports First Ebola Case in Weeks (New York Times - Paywall)

Machete-wielding man stabs TSA agent at New Orleans airport - reports (Russia Today)

Grandmother Found Guilty in Death of Girl Forced to Run (NBC News)

World Briefing: Mexico: Elite Police Officers Slain (New York Times - Paywall)

VIDEO: Tunisia attack 'a blow' for tourism (BBC)

Suicide Attacks at Mosques in Yemen Kill More Than 130 (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: South Korea: Nations to Discuss Disputes (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: India: 600 Expelled for Test Cheating (New York Times - Paywall)

Ten killed in suspected drug cartel ambush on police convoy (Guardian)

World Briefing: Canada: Men Found Guilty of Terrorism (New York Times - Paywall)

Bodies found in Boko Haram town (BBC)

Iran nuclear proposal under discussion (CBS News)

World Briefing: Poland: Priest's Abuse Trial Opens (New York Times - Paywall)

Suicide Bombings in Northeast Syria Kill at Least 17 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

IS claims Yemen mosque bombings (BBC)

World Briefing: Cuba: Split in Dissident Group (New York Times - Paywall)

March Madness 2015: Virginia hangs on while Kansas, Michigan State win openers live! (Guardian)

Scotland Yard on standby to help Tunisia as security blunders emerge following attack (Daily Express)

Scotland captivated by solar eclipse (Daily Express)

50 years on: Scot brings Von Trapps to UK (Daily Express)

Gunfight kills 10 after ambush on Mexican police (Reuters)

Armed police officers 'were having coffees and snack' when terrorists struck Tunisian museum (Daily Mail)

'Lake of Blood': 137 Killed, 300 Injured in Suicide Blasts (NBC News)

"She doesnt need a pulse": 2 NC State frats accused of ugly behavior (CBS News)

Man wrongly invited to stranger's stag do travels 3,000 miles to attend (Daily Star)

England win Under-20 Six Nations title for fourth time in five years (Guardian)

Alan Eyre: State Department's Farsi-speaking man at Iran nuclear talks (Washington Post - Paywall)

N.C. State Temporarily Bans Alcohol at Most Fraternity Events (Time Magazine)

NC State Bans Booze at Frat Events After Suspensions (NBC News)

Six Nations 2015: England need victory before World Cup, says Dylan Hartley (Guardian)

Innocent Man Gets $20M for 20 Years Behind Bars (NBC News)

Tunisia attack highlights threat of violence spilling over from Libya (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State video purports to show Kurdish peshmerga beheadings (Reuters)

Mother and two children found hiding in back of a refrigerated Tesco lorry for 48 hours (Daily Mail)

Otis Byrd: 30 FBI agents probing whether convicted killer found hanging from noose in Mississippi took his own life or was murdered (Independent)

Missing Black Man Found Hanging in Woods (NBC News)

Hundreds of Kurds mob hearse carrying ex-Marine killed fighting ISIS (Daily Mail)

4 Argentine men charged in attack on Israeli tourists in popular area of Patagonia region (Fox News)

Millions marvel at solar eclipse (CNN)

Penn State Students Protest Frat Over Nude Photo Posts (NBC News)

Apple reveals the secret fitness lab it has been using for TWO YEARS to develop watch (Daily Mail)

Obama gets room for Iran deal (CNN)

U.S. fears Islamic State is making serious inroads in Libya (Reuters)

Solar Eclipse Grips Skywatchers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Couple finds preschool picture of them together years before they met (Daily Mail)

Petraeus: Biggest threat to Iraqs future is Iran, not ISIS (CBS News)

France balks at US plan for phased lifting of Iran nuclear sanctions (Guardian)

US fears Islamic State is making serious inroads in Libya (Channel4)

Bodies of five babies found hidden in house in south-western France (Daily Mail)

Sinosphere Blog: Hackers Attack, a Workaround for Websites Censored in China (New York Times - Paywall)

Police arrest Alberta teenager on terror charges; trying to head to Iraq, Syria to join IS (Fox News)

This Couple Is Getting Married 38 Times Around the World (Time Magazine)

5 dead babies, 4 in freezer, found in French couple's home, woman admits giving birth to 1 (Fox News)

Not just a solar eclipse! Today sees THREE astronomical phenomena take place as the supermoon and spring equinox align (Daily Mail)

Postman Ferdinand Cheval spent 33 years building Le Palais id al from pebbles (Daily Mail)

For conflict-weary Iraqis, the 12 years since US-led invasion seem like an unending war (Fox News)

Did ISIS warning predict attack? (CNN)

Possible Remains Found in Search for Food Network Star (NBC News)

Tokyo sarin gas anniversary: Victims' families gather 20 years after deathcult's attack (Independent)

Major solar storm ignites aurora borealis (CNN)

Millions of Britons left disappointed by first solar eclipse of this century (Daily Mail)

Deadlocked Iran nuclear talks break off, to resume next week (Reuters)

Villagers speak after ISIS flees (CNN)

Obama to Iran: Nuclear deal would bring "brighter future" (CBS News)

Yemen mosque bombings: 'Blood was running like a river', say survivors after attack kills 120 (Independent)

Yemen mosque bombings: 'Blood was running like a river', say surivivors after attack kills 120 (Independent)

Yemen mosque bombings: 'Blood was running like a river', say survivors after attack kills at least 120 (Independent)

Yemen Isis mosque bombings: 'Blood was running like a river', say survivors after attack kills at least 120 (Independent)

Kurds' fallen marine airport tribute (BBC)

The butcher' croc that ruled the world before the dinosaurs (Russia Today)

Iran nuclear talks break off but deal is close (Independent)

Solar eclipse 2015: EasyJet airline staff photograph solar eclipse at 37,000ft in the air (Independent)

Death toll in Yemen mosque bombings rises to 137 (Los Angeles Times)

Latest Iran Talks End Without a Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

Libya's State Oil Company Declares Independence (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Nuclear talks near deal, Iranian official says; Obama sends taped message (Los Angeles Times)

Latest round of Iran nuclear talks end abruptly, slated to resume next week (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nottingham lecturer Dr Miwa Hirono who travels the world set to be deported (Daily Mail)

Skeleton of GIANT human dubbed 'Goliath' found in ancient fortress (Daily Star)

Suicide attack kills 126 at Yemen mosques (Financial Times - Paywall)

Where are all the glasses? Thousands unable to enjoy the eclipse after shops fail to stock enough special eyewear (Daily Mail)

What were the mystery black spots seen during the solar eclipse? (Daily Mail)

Who are the Houthis and why does ISIS brand them 'infidels?' (CNN)

Mental health patient detained in a police cell for almost TWO DAYS (Daily Mail)

Yemen suicide attack kills at least 126 (Channel4)

Man gets life over partner kill bid (BBC)

Sky TV reporter 'devastated' by suicide of McCann Twitter troll Brenda Leyland (Daily Mail)

Suicide bombers strike rebel-linked mosques in Yemen (Washington Post - Paywall)

Harry Kirkham killed by police car on routine patrol in Birmingham (Daily Mail)

The best views of the total solar eclipse (CBS News)

Singapore Police Probe Minor in Lee Hoax (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Islamic State video appears to show beheadings of 3 Kurdish fighters (Los Angeles Times)

Tunisians remember victims of museum attack at holiday rallies (Los Angeles Times)

McCann 'troll' suicide conclusion (BBC)

ACLU sues TSA for airport behavioral detection' program (Russia Today)

Stunning views of solar eclipse (CBS News)

North Korea says can fire nuclear missile at 'any time' (Reuters)

Primary school bans kids from watching solar eclipse for cultural and religious' reasons (Russia Today)

TEPCO confirms almost all nuclear fuel has melted in Reactor 1 (Russia Today)

Tunisians brace for long terror fight after museum attack (CBS News)

Man jailed for footballer murder (BBC)

Ohio Man Exonerated After 40 Years Awarded $1M (NBC News)

5 Babies Found Dead in French Village (New York Times - Paywall)

Woman arrested at Gatwick Airport after 'stripping off on British Airways flight' (Daily Mail)

Solar Eclipse Lures Sky-Gazers on First Day of Spring (NBC News)

The photographs that are too upsetting to keep: Chicago artist Jason Lazarus's intriguing collection of images that members of the public found too difficult to hang on to... but the dark secret of each one remains untold (Daily Mail)

Supermoon solar eclipse thrills sky gazers (PHOTOS, VIDEOS) (Russia Today)

Kurds Call for Greater Autonomy for Iraqi Regions to Prevent Another ISIS (Newsweek Magazine)

ISIS Claim Responsibility for Yemen Attacks Which Killed 126 (Newsweek Magazine)

Europe's Power Grid Passes Eclipse Test (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Tunisia attack sabotage of Arab Spring by supporters of medieval style rule' (Russia Today)

Archaeologists race to protect antiquities from ISIS (CBS News)

Europeans (Carefully) Gaze Upward for Glimpse of the Solar Eclipse (New York Times - Paywall)

Black man found hanging from tree: Suicide or lynching? (CNN)

Obama Calls on Iran to Release Americans (Newsweek Magazine)

ISIS claims responsibility for museum attack in Tunisia (CBS News)

U.S. and Iran make major concessions in nuclear talks (CBS News)

Islamic State Claims Tunis Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Are Iran nuclear talks heading for deal? (BBC)

Ex-Morrisons woker Omar Hussain on his life as an ISIS jihadi (Daily Mail)

Aimee Cadman-Khan's mother sues Cleveland police for false arrest (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: When a solar eclipse was a terrifying thing (Washington Post - Paywall)

Teen who plotted to behead soldier jailed for 22 years (Russia Today)

120 Believed Killed in Twin Suicide Attacks on Yemen Mosques (Newsweek Magazine)

Are ISIS earning MORE than $2billion a year? (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Beheading plot teen jailed for 22 years (BBC)

VIDEO: Spectacular scenes of solar eclipse (BBC)

Israeli Military to Investigate Deadly Attack on Gaza UN School (Newsweek Magazine)

What is a Solar Eclipse? (CNN)

Militants Attack Police Station in India (New York Times - Paywall)

Iran backs notion of ruble/rial trade with Russia ex-foreign minister (Russia Today)

Militants Storm Kashmir Police Station (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Cloudy or clear? Eclipse 2015 on social media (BBC)

Islamic State Video Purports to Show Kurdish Peshmerga Beheadings (Newsweek Magazine)

In pictures: Solar eclipse (BBC)

Darkness sweeps NI with rare eclipse (BBC)

Dozens dead in Yemen mosques bombings, ISIS claims' responsibility (GRAHIC IMAGES) (Russia Today)

Impotent man who bought 'herbal Viagra' on the internet suffers ARSENIC poisoning (Daily Mail)

'Breathtaking' solar eclipse unfolds (BBC)

State Duma may cut aid to political parties to save funds (Russia Today)

Iran eyes heroes as nuclear deal nears (Financial Times - Paywall)

Solar eclipse: Britons left disappointed after spectacle across UK skies masked by cloud (Daily Express)

Solar eclipse: spectacular views across UK and Europe (Channel4)

WorldViews: Petraeus: The Islamic State isn't our biggest problem in Iraq (Washington Post - Paywall)

African-American man found hanging in Mississippi, FBI investigating (Russia Today)

Video reveals Dallas cops shooting schizophrenic man holding screwdriver (Russia Today)

Iran nuclear talks hit bumps; U.S. foresees lasting curbs on Tehran (Los Angeles Times)

Netanyahu steps back from full opposition to Palestinian state (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State claims it carried out Tunisia museum attack; 9 arrested (Los Angeles Times)

Tunisia rampage raises new fears about reach of Islamic State groups (Washington Post - Paywall)

Mystery Viking found with Islamic ring (CNN)

WorldViews: I was hoping just to survive,' says tourist caught in Tunis terror attack (Washington Post - Paywall)

The Fifty Years War (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Mexican man freed after 23 years (BBC)

Tunisia: Sally Adey named as British woman killed in attack (Channel4)

No claim of responsibility for Tunisia museum attack (CNN)

Islamic State clashes prompt Sirte families to flee (Channel4)

New CCTV of British teenagers at Turkey airport (Channel4)

Crew filming sunken warship: Important to remind world (CNN)

9 billion years later, see star explode (CNN)

A lurch onto the world stage (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Lunar eclipse (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Rick Scott tries to clarify attack ad on Charlie Crist (Miami Herald)

TSA PreCheck applications now accepted at Miami International Airport (Miami Herald)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)