News Headlines - 11 June 2013

UPDATE 3-Turkish riot police clash with protesters in Taksim Square | Reuters

Turkish riot police fired tear gas and water cannon at hundreds of protesters armed with rocks and fireworks on Tuesday as they tried to take back control of a central Istanbul square at the heart of fierce anti-government demonstrations.

Anti-G8 protest headquarters in London raided by riot police | The Guardian

Riot police raided the central London HQ of anti-G8 protesters on Tuesday and hundreds of officers were deployed in the capital as protests took place against next week's G8 summit. Squatters inside the building, a former police station in Beak Street, off Regent Street, accused police of heavy-handed tactics after they were led out by officers who forced their way in after a tense standoff lasting more than three hours.

Julian Assange to Edward Snowden: 'Go to Latin America' - CNN.com

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, knows something about secrets and what happens when they're exposed. He has some advice for Edward Snowden, who recently leaked information about the extent of U.S. electronic surveillance programs.

Russian parliament approves legal ban on ‘gay propaganda’ - FT.com

Russia’s parliament on Tuesday gave overwhelming support to two laws that signify a sharp turn towards a conservative, Orthodox Church morality that has come to characterise the third presidential term of Vladimir Putin. The body nearly unanimously passed a ban on “gay propaganda” as well as a measure known as the “blasphemy law” which foresees up to three years imprisonment for “offending the feelings of religious believers”.

Charles stars in Beano royal comic | London Evening Standard

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited a notoriously unruly school - when they made a guest star appearance in the latest edition of the Beano.








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