30.06.15 SouthFront Daily Digest

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Plane crash in Indonesia, Iran Nuclear Talks, Kiev’s Plan to Boost Military Spending, Greece Debt Crisis, ISIS Claims Car Bombing, Spaniards Protest Against US, Azov, Right Sector Scare Poroshenko.

 

  1. Up to 113 Killed as Military Plane Crashes in Residential Area of Medan, Indonesia

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestA military plane has crashed into a hotel in Medan, Indonesia, killing at least 38 people, according to a local official.

“The bodies were in [the] debris of the plane and buildings… we are taking the bodies one by one by ambulance to [a nearby] hospital,” said local Police Chief Mardiaz Dwihananto as cited by AFP. “The bodies have been crushed by debris of the building and the fuselage.”

Materials of RT

  1. Iran Nuclear Talks Enter ‘Sensitive’ Stage

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestTuesday marks the deadline for reaching a deal between Iran and the P5+1 group over Tehran’s nuclear program.

The ongoing Iran nuclear talks have entered a very sensitive stage, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said after he landed Tuesday in the Austrian capital of Vienna.

Zarif was accompanied by the head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, and senior presidential adviser Hossein Fereydoun.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. CyberBerkut Leaks Kiev’s Plan to Boost Military Spending

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestHacker group CyberBerkut leaked documents of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry revealing Kiev’s plans to boost the military budget two and a half times during the next three years.

The document envisages increasing expenditures from 60 billion hryvnia (nearly $3 billion) in 2015 to 150 billion (over $7 billion) in 2018. Thus, the military budget will grow 2,5 times.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. Greece Debt Crisis: ‘Last-Minute Talks After New Offer’

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestLast-minute talks are taking place in Athens over whether to accept an offer by creditors allowing Greece to repay part of its debt, Greek media say.

Greece is hours away from a deadline to repay a €1.6bn (£1.1bn) loan to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – one it may miss.

One of Greece’s creditors made a last-minute proposal of reforms on Monday, reports say

Materials of BCC

  1. ISIS Claims Car Bombing in Yemen’s Capital

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestThe explosion injured 35 people, among them women and children, according to the Houthi-run Defense Ministry. Two people were critically injured.

Yemen military spokesman Sharaf Luqman said the blast, which went off behind Sanaa’s Military Hospital, apparently targeted a group of mourners.

Materials of CNN

  1. Spaniards Protest Against US Military Presence in Spain

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestSpain and the United States signed an agreement two weeks ago that will increase the US military presence on the base at Moron de la Frontera and give American armed forces a permanent stay.

Several dozen people gathered on the square in front of the Spanish Foreign Ministry to protest the extension of the presence of US troops at the base of Moron de la Frontera (Seville) indefinitely.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. Nazi Organizations Azov, Right Sector Scare Poroshenko With Collapse if Minsk Deal Stays

30.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestExtremist organization Right Sector and Neo-Nazi regiment Azov will rally in Kiev on July 3, demanding that the authorities declare the Donbass conflict a war and scrap the Minsk agreements, UAPress reported

The Right Sector is a hardline nationalist paramilitary union notorious for atrocities.

Materials of Sputnik

Plane crash in Indonesia, Iran Nuclear Talks, Kiev’s Plan to Boost Military Spending, Greece Debt Crisis, ISIS Claims Car Bombing, Spaniards Protest Against US, Azov, Right Sector Scare Poroshenko.

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