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Tunisia declares state of emergency

Tunisia declares a state of emergency, just over a week after 38 people were killed in attack in the resort city of Sousse.

Dennis in yellow with record speed

Rohan Dennis rides the fastest individual time trial in Tour de France history to claim victory on the opening stage in Utrecht.

IS video 'shows murders at Palmyra'

A video apparently released by the Islamic State group shows 25 men being shot dead in the ancient city of Palmyra.

Six dead in China factory collapse

A shoe factory collapses in eastern China, killing six workers, according to Chinese state media.

Croatia football officials arrested

Two senior officials with Croatia's leading football club are arrested on suspicion of embezzlement and tax evasion, police say.

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Israel’s gas potential

Israel has discovered the equivalent of a century's worth of gas, but the development of gasfields is being blocked. Lex's Jonathan Eley and Alan Livsey discuss what the obstruction is and the likelihood of progress.

3 Numbers with Lex: UK housebuilders

First-time buyers in the UK are having to pay five times their salaries for a property and house builders, such as Persimmon, are doing very nicely. Lex's Jonathan Eley looks at how long this can last.

Iran investment opportunities

With negotiators appearing to move closer to an Iran nuclear deal, is there an investment opportunity in the offing? Lex’s Oliver Ralph and Alan Livsey discuss which external companies may benefit and the outlook for the Iran stock exchange.

Sony’s perplexing capital issue

Sony is raising $3.6bn, its first public share issuance in a quarter of a century — but why not raise it via debt? Lex's Lucy Colback and Robert Armstrong try to make sense of the group's strategy.

Samsung Bioepis - a spin-off sweetener?

Drugmaker Samsung Bioepis is looking to list in New York, saying it needs to fund its development of biosimilar drugs. But with a large and lucrative biotech market, why would Samsung spin off the company? Lex's Oliver Ralph asks Lucy Colback.

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Sources: YC Alums Club Together For Crystal Towers, A $100M VC Fund For Promising YC Startups

10724558026_940f702785_k  Y Combinator has helped over 800 startups come to market that are today worth a collective $30 billion (and possibly even more very soon). Now it looks like a new VC is emerging out of it that will be dedicated to help the most promising of these grow. TechCrunch has learned of a new VC fund called Crystal Towers. Backed by several YC founders, it will start out with between $90 million… Read More… See More
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Tunisia's president says country is 'not safe'

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A week after a gunman killed 38 people at a tourist resort in Sousse, on Saturday, Tunisia's president said that the country is "not safe" from future extremist attacks.

President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a national state of emergency, which will last for 30 days.

On Friday, police patrolled the area of the attack while tourists gathered on the beach to honor the victims, including 30 Britons, three Irish, two Germans, one Belgian, one Portuguese and one Russian.

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Tourists gather near the Imperial Marhaba hotel in the Mediterranean resort town of Sousse, to honor the victims of a deadly beach attack a week ago that killed 38 people, Friday, July 3, 2015.

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Reddit CEO Ellen Pao responds to admin firing outrage as petition against her gains steam

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The furor surrounding the firing of popular Reddit administrator Victoria Taylor took a new turn on Friday, when company CEO Ellen Pao commented on the resulting backlash.

After Taylor's termination, several Reddit boards were set to private by their respective moderators, in a show of protest against the decision.

Facing mounting criticism from the link-sharing community, Pao finally spoke out by commenting on a thread titled, "Reddit alternatives? Other Subs going private to protest the direction Reddit has been going." Read more...

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10 sunglasses under $10 you won't mind losing at a boozy BBQ

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The season of losing sunnies under the sun is upon us

It's happened to the best of us: We've all purchased the chicest of shades only to see them being washed away by the ocean (with our dreams), or killed in a tragic accident at a friend's boozy brunch

Whatever the case, it's best to foolproof your shade game this weekend with a pair of affordably chic pairs you won't have to think twice about. Because the last thing you need is to shed a tear (or three) over sunglasses that were accidentally doused in barbecue sauce Read more...

1Natalie basic brow square sunglasses, $5

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Fireworks warning video will make you rethink your Fourth of July

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Looking forward to festive Fourth of July fireworks? Then maybe don't watch this video.

Produced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the video shows just how dangerous fireworks can be when handled improperly. The disturbing video demonstrates the possibly disastrous scenarios on dummies, using everything from sparklers to professional aerial fireworks, which the commission says cause grievous injuries when used illegally by inexperienced consumers

The beginning of the video is a (sorry, government dude) boring warning about how fireworks — though considered integral to celebrating Independence Day — are actually very dangerous. Read more...

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Heartbreaking 'Humans of New York' photo of gay boy brings out the best in the Internet

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Sometimes the Internet can be a good place filled with good people

On Friday, Humans of New York photographer Brandon Stanton posted a heartbreaking image of a young boy with the caption, "I'm homosexual, and I'm afraid about what my future will be and that people won't like me."

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Tunisia's president says country is 'not safe'

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A week after a gunman killed 38 people at a tourist resort in Sousse, on Saturday, Tunisia's president said that the country is "not safe" from future extremist attacks.

President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a national state of emergency, which will last for 30 days.

On Friday, police patrolled the area of the attack while tourists gathered on the beach to honor the victims, including 30 Britons, three Irish, two Germans, one Belgian, one Portuguese and one Russian.

sousse

Tourists gather near the Imperial Marhaba hotel in the Mediterranean resort town of Sousse, to honor the victims of a deadly beach attack a week ago that killed 38 people, Friday, July 3, 2015.

Image: Hassene Dridi/Associated Press Read more...

More about Travel and Tunisia

Reddit CEO Ellen Pao responds to admin firing outrage as petition against her gains steam

Ellp087
Feed-tw Feed-fb

The furor surrounding the firing of popular Reddit administrator Victoria Taylor took a new turn on Friday, when company CEO Ellen Pao commented on the resulting backlash.

After Taylor's termination, several Reddit boards were set to private by their respective moderators, in a show of protest against the decision.

Facing mounting criticism from the link-sharing community, Pao finally spoke out by commenting on a thread titled, "Reddit alternatives? Other Subs going private to protest the direction Reddit has been going." Read more...

More about Reddit, Startups, Tech, Jobs, and Ellen Pao

10 sunglasses under $10 you won't mind losing at a boozy BBQ

Fourthsunnies
Feed-tw Feed-fb

The season of losing sunnies under the sun is upon us

It's happened to the best of us: We've all purchased the chicest of shades only to see them being washed away by the ocean (with our dreams), or killed in a tragic accident at a friend's boozy brunch

Whatever the case, it's best to foolproof your shade game this weekend with a pair of affordably chic pairs you won't have to think twice about. Because the last thing you need is to shed a tear (or three) over sunglasses that were accidentally doused in barbecue sauce Read more...

1Natalie basic brow square sunglasses, $5

More about Fashion, Style, Summer, Lifestyle, and Sunglasses

Fireworks warning video will make you rethink your Fourth of July

Commission
Feed-tw Feed-fb

Looking forward to festive Fourth of July fireworks? Then maybe don't watch this video.

Produced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the video shows just how dangerous fireworks can be when handled improperly. The disturbing video demonstrates the possibly disastrous scenarios on dummies, using everything from sparklers to professional aerial fireworks, which the commission says cause grievous injuries when used illegally by inexperienced consumers

The beginning of the video is a (sorry, government dude) boring warning about how fireworks — though considered integral to celebrating Independence Day — are actually very dangerous. Read more...

More about Fireworks, Fourth Of July, Us, Lifestyle, and Travel Leisure

Heartbreaking 'Humans of New York' photo of gay boy brings out the best in the Internet

1__humans_of_new_york
Feed-tw Feed-fb

Sometimes the Internet can be a good place filled with good people

On Friday, Humans of New York photographer Brandon Stanton posted a heartbreaking image of a young boy with the caption, "I'm homosexual, and I'm afraid about what my future will be and that people won't like me."

More about Lgbt, Politics, Watercooler, Conversations, and Family Parenting

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A job and a bicycle: A refugee boy’s struggle to survive in Lebanon

BEIRUT, Lebanon, 2 July 2015 – Each morning, 15-year-old Ahmad rides his crimson red bicycle to a picturesque stone house on a small street in Beirut. At 8:30 a.m., he unlocks the gate with the keys entrusted to him and enters the tranquil front yard.

In Burundi, quick action to contain cholera

KABONGA, Burundi, 1 July 2015 – “It was on the Monday that we came back that she started to feel sick,” remembers Uziya Nyabenda, speaking of her daughter, Esta. “On Wednesday she began having heavy diarrhea and vomiting, so we brought her to the health centre. I suspected it was cholera – and I was afraid.”

In Bangladesh, a partnership to prevent malnutrition

NETRAKONA, Bangladesh, 30 June 2015 –The signs of severe malnutrition were plain to see in 14-month-old Omi – an extremely bony appearance, low weight, infections and a distaste for food –  but her mother, Lucky Akter, thought she was fine.

Malnutrition a growing risk for Burundian refugee children in the United Republic of Tanzania

KIGOMA, United Republic of Tanzania, 23 June 2015 – Emelyne and her 1-year-old twin daughters Lydia and Floride are among the families at the busy nutrition centre in Nyarugusu camp, in Kigoma region. Children admitted with severe acute malnutrition are being given specialized feeding and therapeutic care to help rehabilitate them. Lydia and Floride have been receiving treatment for a week.

UNICEF Executive Board concludes with a presentation of field visits to Madagascar and Malaysia

NEW YORK, United States of America, 19 June 2015 – Members of the UNICEF Executive Board routinely conduct field visits to UNICEF programmes in the countries in which we operate. These visits provide an opportunity for Board Members to meet with partners and key stakeholders – including from governments, civil society and the private sector – and to witness first-hand UNICEF’s activities in the field in order to achieve results for children.

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