04.07.15 SouthFront Daily Digest

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Iranian Nuclear Program, Greek Referendum, NSA Spied on Brazil’s President, Armenian Protests, Military Operation in North Sinai, Honduras Protest.

  1. IAEA to Report on Military Aspects of Iranian Nuclear Program

04.07.15 SouthFront Daily DigestIAEA Director General said that International Atomic Energy Agency will issue a report assessing the possible military dimension of Iran’s controversial nuclear program by the end of 2015.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) may issue a report assessing the possible military dimension (PMD) of Iran’s controversial nuclear program by the end of 2015, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said Saturday.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. Varoufakis Accuses Greece’s Creditors of ‘Terrorism’ Ahead of Crucial Referendum

04.07.15 SouthFront Daily Digest

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has described the actions of Athens’ creditors as “terrorism,” but said agreement with them was inevitable in an interview published hours before a landmark referendum to accept or reject the bailout terms.

“What they are doing with Greece has a name: terrorism,” Varoufakis told Spain’s El Mundo daily. Why have they forced us to close the banks? To make people frightened. And when it comes to spreading terror, this phenomenon is called terrorism.”

Materials of RT

  1. NSA Spied on Brazil’s President Rousseff, Dozens of Top Officials – WikiLeaks

04.07.15 SouthFront Daily DigestThe US National Security Agency tapped the telephones of 29 Brazilian government top officials as well as waged economic espionage against the country by listening in to calls of those managing Brazilian economy, WikiLeaks claims in a new release.

A top secret NSA target list published by the whistleblowing website Wikileaks on July 4 contains 29 key Brazilian government phone numbers. The list of those selected for intensive interception includes not only President Dilma Rousseff but also her assistant, her secretary, her chief of staff, her Palace office and even the phone in her presidential jet.

Materials of RT

  1. Armenian Protests Spread From Capital to Second-Biggest City

04.07.15 SouthFront Daily DigestProtests prompted by the rise in household electricity prices have spread from the Armenian capital of Yerevan to the country’s second largest city of Gyumri.

Meanwhile in Yerevan Armenian Police Deputy Chief Valery Osipyan claims that Police will not allow the protesters in the Armenian capital to move closer to the presidential administration.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. Egyptian Forces Kill Over 200 Militants in North Sinai

04.07.15 SouthFront Daily DigestEgyptian armed forces have killed over 200 militants in North Sinai in the past three days, a military source told Sputnik Saturday.

The Egyptian forces launched a military operation against the radicals and targeted the terrorists’ positions with airstrikes.

“The total number of militants killed after the attack on army checkpoints in North Sinai has reached 205 people in the past three days,” the source told Sputnik.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. 60,000 Gather at Honduras Anti-Corruption Protest Rally

04.07.15 SouthFront Daily DigestSome 60,000 people gathered in Honduras’ capital of Tegucigalpa Friday to demand the resignation of the president, Juan Orlando Hernandez, whom the protesters accuse of running corruption schemes, the Guardian reported Saturday.

Materials of Sputnik

Iranian Nuclear Program, Greek Referendum, NSA Spied on Brazil’s President, Armenian Protests, Military Operation in North Sinai, Honduras Protest.

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