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06 Aug

Events of Interest and Analyses, A Foreign Perspective

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A vigil held in front of the A-bomb Dome in Hiroshima yesterday

Obama revives Hiroshima debate with envoy decision

David McNeill: Washington will for the first time send an official envoy to Hiroshima to mark today’s anniversary of the city’s destruction by a US atomic bomb in 1945……………………….

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News anchor Aaron Brown

How CNN went from breaking records to yesterday’s news

Guy Adams: Twenty years ago, a billion people watched the channel’s coverage of the first Gulf war. Now it’s a different story…………………………

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Google's co-founders Sergey Brin, left, and Larry Page, are accused of betraying web users

Has the internet just sold its soul?

Google stood accused last night of betraying the founding principles of the internet, as it readied a deal that will abandon key parts of its support for “net neutrality”, which has guaranteed equal access to the worldwide web since its inception…………………….

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Pakistan floods affect 12 million

Fresh rains threaten to worsen floods, thought be the worst in country’s living memory

 

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Wildfire smog sparks Moscow chaos

Dozens of planes grounded as thick smog caused by wildfires blankets the Russian capital……………..

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Chinese poor locked up at night

In an attempt to curb crime, Chinese officials keep urban poor into gated communities………………………………………………..

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