News Headlines - 08 July 2016

Hate crime soars as Brexit vote result aftermath tears communities apart - Mirror Online

Hate crime surged by 42% across Britain in the last two weeks of June as the Brexit debate tore communities apart, police have confirmed... The National Police Chiefs’ Council said there were a staggering 289 reported hate offences across the UK on June 25 - equivalent to 12 every hour.

NATO agrees to reinforce eastern Poland, Baltic states against Russia | Reuters

NATO leaders agreed on Friday to deploy military forces to the Baltic states and eastern Poland for the first time and increase air and sea patrols to reassure allies who were once part of the Soviet bloc following Russia's seizure of Crimea from Ukraine.

Ukraine and NATO, Complementary Allies Against Russia - WSJ

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was created to defend the peace and global order that emerged out of the chaos of World War II. As world leaders gather in Warsaw for the NATO summit on Friday, it will be important to remember these origins. Appeasement is not a solution. Russia has been deliberately inciting instability wherever it can, hoping to divide the West and advance its own geopolitical agenda.

Obama Places Sanctions on Kim Jong-un and Other Top North Koreans for Rights Abuses - The New York Times

The Obama administration announced on Wednesday that it was imposing sanctions on North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, personally, blacklisting the unpredictable ruler and top officials in his reclusive government for human rights abuses as he aggressively presses forward with his nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

Inside the leak that rocked the world: WIRED meets the men behind the Panama Papers

Frederik Obermaier and Bastian Obermayer's book gives the full story of the leak








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