IT'S CONSTITUTION DAY IN URUGUAY!
*An agreement has been reached between world leaders concerning the Iranian nuclear program, although Republicans in the American Congress are vowing to veto the United States participation in it.
*The Eurozone leaders have agreed upon a new bailout plan for Greece. Meanwhile, Puerto Rico is taking measures in hopes of avoiding their own economic disaster.
*Georgia has accused Russia of resetting some of the border markers between the two countries, since this act places part of an international oil pipeline that originally went totally through Georgia now under Russian control.
*NASA's New Horizons space probe has reached Pluto, sending back amazing photos of the (dwarf?) planet.
*Within professional tennis, Novak Djokovic has won the Men's Singles, Serena Williams the Women's Singles, Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau the Men's Doubles, and Martina Hingis & Sania Mirza the Women's Doubles at the 2015 Wimbledon Tennis Championship.
TERRIBLE TERRORIST ACTIVITIES...
*Once again, suicide bombers seem to be the weapon du jour this past week in several Middle Eastern locales.
*A suspect is in custody after allegedly attempting to bomb a Boston, Massachusetts university on behalf of ISIS/ISIL.
*A shooting at a Chattanooga, Tennessee US Navy Recruiting office has left 4 unarmed Marines killed, and a wounded sailor died from injuries sustained during the attack. A suspect is in custody.
*Actor Olaf Pooley (Doctor Who, Star Trek: Voyager) has taken his last bow on life's stage.
*Actor Aubrey Morris (A Clockwork Orange, The Wicker Man) is no longer with us.
*Artist Alan Kupperberg (Spiderman, Thor, Little Orphan Annie) has passed away.
*Noted songwriter and singer José Manuel Figueroa Figueroa is no longer with us.
*Noted video game programmer and executive Satoru Iwata of Nintendo has passed away.
WITHIN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA...
*Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has entered the already heavily populated contest to acquire the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination. However, he will never have the support of the AFL-CIO labor unions. Meanwhile, the top two contestants in the current polls are Jeb Bush and Donald Trump, with no actually ballots to be cast until next February.
*In hopes of easing prison overcrowding, President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 non-violent offenders.
*Congress has said no to a bill that would make bullying LGBT minors officially illegal.
*The suspect in the 2012 Colorado movie theater massacre has been found guilty of all charges.
*Game of Thrones leads the nominees for the 2015 Emmy Awards in television.
*The American League defeated the National League 6-3 in the 2015 All Star Game of Major League Baseball, thus earning their side home field advantage in the World Series this fall.
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