The archive of all headlines from July 07, 2015, organized by time of publication.
A Kurdish-led offensive in Syria — backed by U.S. airstrikes — has battered the Islamic State, but rising tensions between local Arabs and their purported liberators could jeopardize those military gains.
The Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety signs off on geology reports that find that no active earthquake fault runs under the site of the Millennium Hollywood development, even though the state geologist last year concluded there was one. Europe
Neither side in the fight for Greece’s future knows what will come next, but amid a crisis that has spanned the past five years, many in Athens have little left to lose. “We all have to sacrifice something.”
E.U. leaders said that they are awaiting Greece’s new bailout proposals, cracking the door ajar to a compromise despite vows last week that if Greeks rejected Europe’s terms, there would be no further discussion.
Members of the Taliban leadership in Pakistan were meeting on Tuesday with at least one senior Afghan official in the Pakistani capital, in what is hoped to be a step toward negotiations to end the Afghan war.