Weekday News Wrap: Thursday, June 27, 2013
- Human Rights Watch has called on China to end forcible relocations of ethnic Tibetans.
- South Korea’s President Park is in Beijing for her first talks with the new Chinese administration, in a visit that is seen as increasing pressure on North Korea to return to nuclear disarmament negotiations.
- EU Finance Ministers have agreed on a blueprint on how to deal with bank bailouts, to protect taxpayers against having to shoulder the burden.
- Following the US Supreme Court decisions on marriage equality, questions are raised about what’s next for same-sex marriage (OUP Blog) and what’s next for the gay rights movement (CNN).
- With Ecuador’s asylum decision possibly taking a few months to be finalized, Edward Snowden is reportedly still in the transit zone at Moscow’s airport. Maybe he can watch The Terminal to kill some time?