“ Truth Lies Beyond Mainstream ”
Asteroid 2013 LR6 passes within 65,000 miles of Earth the day after it is discovered.
Former governor of Massachusetts and US ambassador Paul Cellucci dies at age 65.
Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir orders the closure of oil pipelines coming from South Sudan.
Michael Polley, Australia's longest serving current Member of Parliament, retires.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela is readmitted to a Pretoria hospital in a serious condition with a recurring lung infection.
With governor Peter Shumlin signing the law, Vermont becomes the 17th state to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis.
The existence of Boundless Informant, an NSA tool used by the U.S. government to watch every country on planet Earth, is revealed.
US president Barack Obama and Chinese president Xi Jinping finish up their two day summit by discussing cyber espionage.
2013 European floods
Flooding in Central Europe spreads to Hungary.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden
Princess Madeleine of Sweden marries British-born American businessman Christopher O'Neill in a lavish ceremony.
Ras Kamboni Movement
Clashes between the Ras Kamboni Movement and pro-government militia leave at least 18 dead in the Somali port of Kismayu.
The government of Mali opens talks with Tuareg separatists in the hopes of reaching a ceasefire agreement.
At least 21 people are killed in Maiduguri, Nigeria, as the government continues its crack down on Boko Haram militants.
Clashes between protestors and militia members in Benghazi, Libya, leads to at least 27 deaths and 117 injuries.
The Syrian military captures the town of Al-Buwaydah al-Sharqiyah.
War in Afghanistan
In a separate unrelated incident, an Italian soldier is killed and three are wounded when a child throws a grenade at a NATO convoy in west Afghanistan's Farah Province.
In Afghanistan, a man wearing an Afghan military uniform attacks and kills three American soldiers, in what appears to be an insider attack on U.S. International Security Assistance Force soldiers, based in east Afghanistan's Paktika Province.
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