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European Union is furious over reports of US surveillance on European Embassies; US student Andrew Driscoll Pochter killed in Egyptian Protest; Egypt locked in standoff after millions rally against Mursi; Nineteen firefighters killed battling Arizona blaze; Supreme Court rejects bid to halt same-sex marriages in California; Obama meets with Nelson Mandela’s children; and Student loan rates are expected to double today. All this and more, please follow the links below.

EU furious over reports of US surveillance

US student Andrew Pochter killed in Egypt

Egypt locked in standoff after millions rally against Mursi

Nineteen firefighters killed battling Arizona blaze

Supreme Court rejects bid to halt same-sex marriages in California

Obama meets with Nelson Mandela’s Children

Student loan rates are expected to double today

Obama unveils $7B African Initiative program to benefit Africa

Croatia joined the European Union

Cirque du Soleil performer killed in Las Vegas show

Record-setting heat wave turns fatal in Southwest

Wendy Davis: ‘We will fight’ abortion bill

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