News Bulletin: 10/7/2015
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- U.K. marks 10th anniversary of London bombings.
- U.K. Budget 2015: George Osborne unveils National Living Wage.
- Princess Charlotte has been christened!
- Greece has less and less time to prevent a possible exit from the Eurozone.
- Greece votes ‘No’ in austerity debt referendum.
- The U.S. wants to bag the Confederate flag. South Carolina removed the flag from its own state capitol.
Finance/Business (UK vocabulary)
- China's stock market has crashed. The whole world is concerned.
- Greek banking system is likely to run out of money within a few days.
- IMF cuts its forecast for global growth in 2015.
- FIFA’s Chuck Blazer has been banned from football for life amid corruption scandal.
- Wimbledon 2015: Roger Federer will play against Andy Murray in semifinals.
- Wimbledon 2015: Serena Williams gets to finals by eliminating Sharapova.
- Veteran journalist James Naughtie to leave Radio 4's Today programme.
- BBC bows to criticism over its Wimbledon 2Day highlights programme.
- New developments in the Bill Cosby rape case.
- New details about Apple iPhone 7 release date, specs and rumors.
- LG G4 Beat has been announced. What can this mid-range smartphone offer?
- Microsoft might release final Windows 10 this weekend.
This time in History
- July 9: in 1877, the first lawn tennis tournament at Wimbledon took place. Twenty-one amateurs participated in the tournament.
- July 8: in 1951, Paris, the capital city of France, turned 2,000 years old.
- July 5: in 1946, French designer Louis Reard introduced a two-piece swimsuit at the Piscine Molitor, a popular swimming pool in Paris. The swimsuit was then named ‘bikini’.
Images via Reuters | Written by MYC Bulletin Writer Polina TikhonovaSubscribe to UpdatesRelated Articles