The Globe and Mail
Obama, Cuba announce embassy openings
WASHINGTON — Cuba said Wednesday that embassies in Havana and Washington, D.C., will reopen July 20. The announcement came an hour before President Obama planned to discuss the embassies at the White House. The United States' top diplomat ...
US and Cuba secure deal to reopen embassies in Havana, Washington
US delivers letter from Obama to Cuba on diplomatic relations
The Note: What's Coming Up For Cuba
Militants launch major assault in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
CAIRO — Islamic State-affiliated militants unleashed a wave of coordinated attacks on security checkpoints in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Wednesday, the latest strike in a surge in global violence by sympathizers of the group. At least 10 soldiers were ...
Terrorists strike at 5 North Sinai checkpoints, Egyptian official says
Militants Affiliated With ISIS Attack Security Sites in Sinai
At least 50 slain as militants attack Egyptian army checkpoints in Sinai
The Latest: Tsipras Vows to Push on With Referendum
New York Times
ATHENS, Greece — The latest news on Greece's financial woes (all times local): ___. 5:40 p.m.. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has vowed to push on with his plan for a referendum this Sunday on the recent proposals from the country's creditors.
Greek Prime Minister Tsipras vows to press ahead with referendum on Sunday
Schaeuble says Tsipras government has wreaked havoc in Greece
Greek crisis: Tsipras calls for No vote after issuing bailout request
Deadly Medan crash exposes illegal cargo of fare-paying civilians
An Indonesian air force investigation of a deadly Hercules C-130 crash into a city centre on Sumatra was buffeted yesterday by spreading allegations the aircraft was illegally carrying paying passengers, as well as military personnel and services families.
Military plane crash in Indonesia: 141 bodies recovered
Indonesia plane crash death toll 141 as search effort ends
Death toll from Indonesian plane crash rises to more than 140
Number of migrants crossing to Europe is up 83 per cent: UN
BERLIN - The number of migrants crossing the Mediterranean to southern Europe was more than 80 per cent higher in the first half of 2015 than a year earlier, with deaths initially soaring before dropping back as rescue efforts at sea were stepped up ...
UN: Record numbers of migrants cross Mediterranean to reach Europe
Greece Grapples With Its Own Migrant Problem
Record 137000 migrants cross the Med to Europe in the first half of the year ...