News Headlines - 15 June 2013

Rouhani claims victory in Iranian presidential election - Channel 4 News

Moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani has claimed an outright victory in Iran's presidential election, the country's interior minister announces.

Istanbul park protest ended after riot police use water cannons and tear gas | Fox News

Turkish riot police firing tear gas and water cannons took less than half an hour on Saturday to bring to an end an 18-day occupation of an Istanbul park at the center of the strongest challenge to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's 10-year rule.

Facebook got 10,000 requests for data from NSA in just six months (and Microsoft received 7,000 orders) | Mail Online

The orders involved the accounts of between 18,000 and 19,000 Facebook users on a broad range of surveillance topics, from missing children to terrorism. Microsoft said they had between 6,000 and 7,000 orders, affecting between 31,000 and 32,000 accounts, but downplayed how much they had revealed.

Scotland Yard to lead Madeleine McCann investigation | Metro News

Maddie went missing from her family’s apartment in the resort of Praia de Luz in Portugal in 2007... Scotland Yard has been reviewing the case for the last two years at a cost of £5m, establishing a number of fresh leads and identifying around 20 ‘people of interest’. But the police in Portugal have not reopened the case.

BBC Sport - Japan record historic first win over Wales

Japan claimed their first win over Wales with a sparkling second-half display to win the second Test 23-8 in Tokyo and draw the two-Test series.








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