Bloomberg notes the European Parliament’s criticism of Turkey’s democratic deficit, reports the Czech foreign minister’s statement that Brexit propagandists are distorting the reality, reports on Putin’s preparation for upcoming national elections, and looks at an American nuclear engineer accused of transferring technology to China.
CBC reports on the infuriating trial of two Alberta parents who allowed their child to die of untreated meningitis, and looks at the mixed opinions of Attawapiskat residents about their community.
The Sacramento Beereports that UC Davis spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on trying to salvage its reputation online, after famously being linked with security guards pepper-spraying student protesters.
Bloomberg notes China’s island-building spree in the South China Sea is causing environmental damage, notes Hungary may lose out on future investment because of labour shortages, and notes London property prices are sliding because of Brexit.
The Guardiansuggests Russians do not care about Putin’s corruption.
The Independentreports on a Muslim anti-ISIS march not covered by mainstream media.
MacLean’s writes about the NDP, about the hard left turn, about James Laxer’s criticism of the Leap manifesto, and about the disinterest of Megan Leslie and other NDPers in going for the leadership.