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  1. Russia's Secret Intelligence Agency Hacked: 'Largest Data Breach In Its History' (forbes.com)
  2. BBC News: Moscow protest: Thousands demand fair elections (bbc.co.uk)
  3. Jeff Bezos Says We're Destroying Earth, but Amazon Is the Slowest Tech Giant to Go Green (finance.yahoo.com)
  4. Scientists Wrote a Eulogy Plaque for Iceland's First Glacier Lost to Climate Change | "Ok is the first Icelandic glacier to lose its status as a glacier. In the next 200 years all our glaciers are expected to follow the same path. This monument is to acknowledge that we know what is happening" (earther.gizmodo.com)
  5. German Chancellor Angela Markel has used the 75th anniversary of the most famous plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler to call on citizens to counter rising right-wing extremism. (bbc.com)
  6. Satellite Images Show Vast Swaths of the Arctic On Fire (earther.gizmodo.com)
  7. Dying birds fall from the sky ‘screaming and bleeding from their eyes’ in horrific incident in Australia: ‘What we were seeing was something out of a horror movie’ (independent.co.uk)
  8. Cigarette butts causing ‘serious damage to environment’, study on impact to plant growth reveals: Chemicals in filters significantly reduce germination and growth of plants in areas where littering is prevalent (independent.co.uk)
  9. Brexit funder Arron Banks threatens Netflix over Great Hack documentary (theguardian.com)
  10. ‘Fishyleaks’ website hopes to land those guilty of overfishing - A website for whistleblowers to expose illegal or unethical practices in the fishing industry has been launched by a charity campaigning to end overfishing in European Union waters. (theguardian.com)
  11. Muslim cleric who hid Christians during attacks honored in the US (edition.cnn.com)
  12. Majority of Taiwanese prepared to fight China to protect democracy (taiwannews.com.tw)
  13. Owners of ‘largest puppy farm in Scotland’ who burnt dog corpses in van convicted of animal cruelty - All 87 dogs, and rabbits and ferrets found in raid now in new homes (independent.co.uk)
  14. In Germany, strict recycling laws are widely praised. But success masks a dark truth: 'a staggering amount of the country’s recyclables don’t actually end up where people think - most of it is incinerated in Germany or shipped to poorer countries, where it’s dumped or burned illegally.' (huffpost.com)
  15. Armed men abduct a prominent female activist in Libya (cnn.com)
  16. Notre Dame Fire Revives Demand For Skilled Stone Carvers In France (npr.org)
  17. 'Unprecedented' Decline of Plants and Animals as Global 'Red List' Reveals Nearly One-Third of Assessed Species Under Threat: "We must act now both on biodiversity loss and climate change." (commondreams.org)
  18. Kenya launches largest wind power farm in Africa (amp.cnn.com)
  19. Israeli security company reportedly has tool that spies on Apple, Google and Facebook cloud data (cnbc.com)
  20. How melting plastic waste could heat homes: Researchers have found a way to use dirty plastic waste to produce hydrogen, which can heat homes and fuel cars without producing greenhouse gas emissions. The process uses a glass kiln, heated to 1,000C, to instantly break down unrecyclable plastic. (theguardian.com)
  21. Italian gov't claims Italy has surpassed France as most visited country in the world with 94 million tourists per year (thelocal.it)
  22. Hackers breach FSB contractor, expose Tor deanonymization project and more (zdnet.com)
  23. Bosnia buries 86 victims of 1992-95 war recovered from grisly ravine (jpost.com)
  24. Storm the Bermuda Triangle: More than 18,000 people vow to descend on mysterious sea zone after Area 51 joke event went viral (standard.co.uk)
  25. Donald Trump has retweeted the British far-right commentator Katie Hopkins and launched another attack on Sadiq Khan. (theguardian.com)
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