· U.S. To Latin American Countries Offering Asylum To Snowden: "We Won't Put Up With This Kind Of Behavior"
· Mexico: Teenager stabbed to death for recording vote-buying with his cellphone. He was attacked by PRI militants, the current party in power.
· Andy Murray defeats Novak Djokovic to win Wimbledon men's final, becomes first British man to win since 1936.
· Ban Ki Moon goes to a private meeting with Icelandic officials and condemns Snowden. Pirate Party's Birgitta Jónsdóttir's response - "Ban Ki Moon sucks"
· 5 confirmed deaths in Quebec train explosion, at least 40 still missing. Chemicals have polluted the air and water - the river has turned orange.
· Egypt after Mursi - Suddenly there is electricity and petrol again which raises questions and nourishes rumors
· An autopsy was being conducted Sunday to determine whether one of the two teenaged passengers killed on the Asiana Airlines flight had been run over by a San Francisco fire rig at the crash scene.
· A new form of protest is emerging in Turkey - people's forums. A loosely organised group with no political or religious affiliation is keeping the government to account.
· Muslim television channel fined after preacher of hate incited murder live on air. “Under the guidance from Islamic texts it is evident that if a Muslim apostatises, then it is not right to wait for the authorised courts; anyone may kill him."
· NSW Beaches Flooded with Millions of Liters of Waste Water in Past 2 Yrs - Water treatment plants put on "bypass" about 600 times in 24 months, posing a health risk to swimmers & surfers. "The community has a right to know when they are swimming in waste water."
· Toxic Radiation "in Groundwater" at Fukushima - Tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen used in glow-in-the-dark watches, is present at levels 10 times permitted rate. In June, highly toxic strontium-90 were found at levels 30 times the permitted rate.
· Researchers Outraged as Spain's Research Institutes' Unused Cash Reserves Wiped Out Amid Budget Crisis - This is just the latest in Spain's growing science crisis
· Andy Murray wins Wimbledon, ends 77-year British drought
· John Kerry's wife hospitalized in Boston
· Kevin Durant gets engaged to WNBA’s Monica Wright
· Nigella Lawson's husband announces divorce via newspaper
· There's A War On Wikipedia Over The Egyptian Military 'Coup' For details:http://www.sfgate.com/technology/businessinsider/article/There-s-A-War-On-Wikipedia-Over-The-Egyptian-4651339.php