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Pride in London 2013: in pictures
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Pride in London 2013: in pictures

Thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, and their supporters and allies, paraded through central London and partied in the streets as part of 'Pride in London'. With the Parliamentary debate around the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill continuing, the organisers decided that the theme for this year's parade was to be 'Love and Marriage', with a number of the parade participants dressing as brides or grooms.

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Wikinews interviews a Restore the Fourth organizer
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Wikinews interviews a Restore the Fourth organizer

A grassroots movement known as Restore the Fourth, dedicated to the protection of the 4th Amendment to the US Constitution, recently created, are to hold protests countrywide on July 4. Wikinews interviewed Jett, a national organizer from this movement.

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Egyptian military issues ultimatum to Morsi
Egyptian military issues ultimatum to Morsi

Monday the Egyptian military issued an ultimatum to Mohammed Morsi that gives him 48 hours to meet the demands of the hundreds of thousands of people protesting his presidency, by announcing a snap election, resigning, and allowing a provisional government to take over, or they will force a political transition.

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Canada approves revision to previously anti-competitive broadcaster acquisition
Canada approves revision to previously anti-competitive broadcaster acquisition

Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE)'s most recent bid to buy Astral Media's television and radio services for CAD$3.4 billion has been approved by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the Canadian regulatory body which supervises broadcasting and telecommunications.

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Judge jails two men for life over Liam Aitchison murder
Judge jails two men for life over Liam Aitchison murder

A High Court judge in Edinburgh, Scotland sentenced two men to life imprisonment for the murder of 16-year-old male Liam Aitchison in the Outer Hebrides.

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