News Headlines - 17 July 2016

EU Files Additional Formal Charges Against Google - WSJ

The European Union’s antitrust regulator hit Alphabet Inc.’s Google with its fourth round of formal charges in just over a year, threatening the Silicon Valley company with years of litigation on multiple fronts.

Sturgeon: Second independence referendum could be next year - BBC News

The first minister told the BBC that could happen if the UK government started the formal process of leaving the EU without Scotland's position being safeguarded.
She has also suggested that Scotland could stay in the UK and the EU.

France to extend state of Emergency – what does that mean? | euronews

French President Francois Hollande has said the country’s state of emergency will continue for another three months in the wake of the lorry attack in Nice which left more than 80 people dead and dozens injured.
The u-turn came only hours after he said it would not be extended beyond its existing July 26 end date.

Trump-Pence unveils modified logo - CNNPolitics.com

Donald Trump's campaign unveiled Saturday a modified version of its Trump-Pence logo after the original graphic drew a lot of unintended attention... In the original insignia, the "T" in Trump passes through the "P" in Pence as part of a flag illustration. Their names were stacked below on top of Trump's slogan, "Make America Great Again."

Fethullah Gülen: Turkey coup may have been 'staged' by Erdoğan regime | The Guardian

Fethullah Gülen, the reclusive cleric blamed by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the failed coup in Turkey, has said the uprising by members of the country’s military could have been “staged” by the government.








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