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Corporate Dispatch End of Day Roundup

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Put it to the People march in London

American historian Jared Diamond states Brexit too complicated for referendum. READ MORE HERE


Liverpool fans celebrate at Puerta del Sol in Madrid

Man knifed to death during Champions League celebrations in Liverpool. READ MORE HERE


Shangri-La Dialogue 18th Asian Security Summit in Singapore

As the world readies to commemorate the Tiananmen protests in Beijing 30 years ago, China defended the bloody crackdown on student protesters. READ MORE HERE


SPD chairwoman Nahles to resign

German SPD leader Nahles resigns after poor results in European elections. READ MORE HERE


Day of Silence in Bali

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) 75th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Seoul, South Korea, unanimously approved a resolution to improve the air travel experience for passengers with disabilities. READ MORE HERE



A cruise liner early Sunday morning lost control and smashed into tourist boat, the Michelangelo, as it was docking in Venice, Italy. READ MORE HERE


Spitfire at London Bridge station to commemorate 75th anniversay of D-Day

The UK is preparing to host unprecedented commemorations in Portsmouth this week to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day. READ MORE HERE


Israel's 71st Independence Day celebrations

The Israeli military said its aircraft struck Syrian army targets on Sunday after rockets were fired at the Golan Heights. READ MORE HERE


220 migrants rescued by Italian ship

Tunisian rights organisation FTDES revealed Tunisian authorities were refusing 75 migrants saved at sea from coming ashore. READ MORE HERE



The volcanic activity on Mount Etna has not abated, spitting molten lava high into the sky, though cloud cover through the weekend. READ MORE HERE


Tajikistan's President Emomali Rahmon visits Beijing

Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe said the army had a “sacred duty” to defend Chinese territory and that Beijing still sees Taiwan as part of its territory and that his country would not renounce the use of force over the reunification of Taiwan with the Chinese mainland. READ MORE HERE


Britain Hull

New law protecting tenants comes into force in the UK from unfair letting fees with most seeing tenancy deposits capped at 5 weeks’ rent. READ MORE HERE


Protest against food waste in Vienna

The German city of Hamburg wants to legalise taking food from garbage bins in an effort to reduce food waste. READ MORE HERE


President Trump speaks to the National Association of Realtors in Washington, DC, USA

After he backed Boris Johnson as the next British prime minister, US President Donald Trump said the UK should send Nigel Farage to Brussels to negotiate Brexit. READ MORE HERE


Measles vaccination in Schwelm

The Italian Higher Health Institute (ISS), said there were 864 measles cases in Italy in the first four months of the year. READ MORE HERE



UK Border Patrol in Dover

British authorities intercepted eight vessels carrying some 74 migrants, including minors, across the English Channel. READ MORE HERE


Protest against Northern Ireland G8 Summit

A bomb was found underneath a police officer’s car in Belfast in Northern Ireland. READ MORE HERE


Fighting flares in Benghazi

At least 18 people were wounded in two car bomb explosions in Derna, Libya. The target of the attack was a military unit in city. READ MORE HERE

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