At least 9 civilians were murdered on May 31, 2010 when the Mavi Marmara was attacked and boarded by Israeli Defense Forces. The incident occurred in international waters, but a prosecutor for the International Criminal Court decided that the "crimes were not of sufficient gravity for further investigation".
(INDYRADIO 15jul15) IMF considers a debt reduction necessary for their participation in a bailout of Greece.On the front page of NYT today, an anonymous source from the IMF verifies what IndyRadio has been insisting for 2 weeks, as the split between the IMF and
Nestlé corporation continues to export water while a 4 year drought worsens. In California, Oregon and Washington, protests have had no effect whatsoever as Nestlé continues to expand it's operations, often with water rates discounted compared to other users.
Sound files from the Skype conversation of "global spying firm" Hacking Team are among the gems in a 400GB trove that stays online thanks to the efforts of @CthulhuSec who has deflected DDOS attacks and brushed off a recent threat delivered anonymously via Twitter.
Financial Times suggests the IMF take a look at it's own rulebook. A rule that's never been used could result in a breakthrough for Greece.