News Headlines - 30 June 2013

Four killed in clashes outside Cairo during anti-Morsi protests | CTV News
Three protesters have been killed in the southern city of Assiut, during a day of massive protest calling for the resignation of Egypt’s president.
BBC News - French and German fury over claims US bugged EU offices
France and Germany are urging the United States to come clean over claims that its intelligence services have been spying on key EU offices.
Croatia joins EU amid celebrations and uncertainty about future | guardian.co.uk
Thousands of people joined celebrations across Croatia on Sunday night to mark the country's entry into the European Union, 20 years after it won its independence in a bloody civil war that shook the continent.
BBC News - Mark Carney: A stranger in a foreign land?
All eyes in the City will be firmly fixed on Bank of England governor Mark Carney in the coming weeks.
Google reveals London 'groundscraper' - Telegraph
Google has revealed that its new UK headquarters, a base for all its London employees, will be a building longer than the Shard skyscraper is tall.








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