Early Headlines: Iran Deal Reached, "Greece Was Set Up", "Greek Bailout will Fail" and More (Mostly about Greece)

July 14th, 2015
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Early Bird Headlines 14 July 2015

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EU

Events in Greece have succeeded in ripping the mask of democracy off the face of the EU to reveal a cold, callous, and brutal tyranny of blind economic forces.

Not since the end of the Second World War has a people and nation in Western Europe been forced to endure the economic hardship and privation that Greece and its people are suffering today. The fact that such privation is being delivered as a clear violation of democracy and national sovereignty is evidence that the values of freedom and human rights for which so many sacrificed their lives in World War II are still to be won in Western Europe.

Germany

Greece

Iran

  • Iran nuclear talks: historic deal agreed in Vienna – live updates (The Guardian) Agreement to end 12-year standoff over Iran’s nuclear program expected to be unveiled imminently in Vienna. Follow the latest developments live.
  • Iran agrees landmark nuclear deal (Financial Times) Six world powers and Iran have agreed a breakthrough deal to wind back the country's progress towards building a nuclear bomb in exchange for a sweeping reversal of international economic sanctions, bringing to a close nearly a decade of isolation for the Islamic Republic, according to officials involved in the talks. Details of the deal have not yet been announced - maybe later today (Tuesday).

 


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