“ Truth Lies Beyond Mainstream ”
A news study finds that chickens possess numeracy skills and self-control.
New data suggests that as many as 280 previously unknown craters exist on The Moon.
Tianhe-2 is named the world's fastest supercomputer per the TOP500.
Huawei unveils the world's slimmest smartphone, the Ascend P6.
Lower house of parliament
Russia's Duma unanimously passes a law banning foreign same-sex couples from adopting Russian children.
Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum resigns following fraud and corruption charges; he had replaced Gérald Tremblay who resigned because of similar allegations.
Several Federal officials, including National Security Agency (NSA) Director Keith Alexander, testify at a hearing held by the U.S. House Intelligence Committee over government surveillance programs whose existence was leaked earlier this month.
2013 protests in Brazil
As many as 200,000 people march through Brazil's cities, with protestors having scaled the National Congress in Brasilia.
A Greek court decrees that ERT can resume transmission, following a truncation of broadcast due to direct order from Antonis Samaras.
Russian smugglers carrying 213 bear paws are arrested in China.
The Eiffel Tower is evacuated for two hours after a man threatens to throw himself off, in the latest of a string of suicide bids from the Paris landmark.
98-year-old László Csatáry is charged in Hungary and Slovakia with participation in Nazi war crimes.
Australian Football League player Stephen Milne of the St Kilda Football Club is charged with four counts of rape dating from 2004.
Ethiopia and Egypt meet to work out a disagreement over Ethiopia's diversion of the Nile River to build the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
The G8 summit ends with the nations agreeing to a "7-point plan" for peace in Syria.
National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad
The Malian government announces it has reached an agreement with the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad that allows the Malian Army to return to Kidal in anticipation of upcoming elections.
2013 North India floods
More than 73,000 religious pilgrims and 1,700 tourists are stranded.
The death toll from several days of heavy rain, flooding, and landslides in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh, hits 99.
Chrysler agrees to recall 1.56 million Jeeps in the United States.
The Indian Rupee falls to a new record low against the US dollar.
Boeing launches the biggest version of its Dreamliner plane, the 787-10, at the Paris Air Show with over 100 orders worth about US$30 billion.
American journalist Michael Hastings dies in a car crash at age 33.
President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan announces a N3 billion fund to "intervene" in Nollywood.
The Malian government and Tuareg rebels sign a ceasefire agreement.
Seven students and two teachers are killed in a suspected Boko Haram attack on a secondary school in Damaturu, Nigeria.
A suicide blast kills 27 and wounds over 30 others at a funeral in Sher Garh, Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Twin suicide bombings kill 31 and wound another 60 in al-Qahira, Baghdad.
War in Afghanistan
Four United States troops are killed near Bagram Airfield.
A bomb explodes in the Afghan capital of Kabul killing three people and wounding six.
Several Mozambican soldiers are killed following an attack on an armoury in Dondo, Mozambique.
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