Weekday News Wrap: Monday, July 1, 2013
- Tens of thousands of Croatians cheered the country’s entry into the European Union.
- Ecuador’s Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patino, has called on the US to explain itself to the world over its massive spy program.
- Millions of people have taken to the streets of Cairo and other cities across Egypt, demanding the resignation of President Mohamed Morsi amid sporadic violence that left several people dead.
- A report by the US military into the suicide of a Guantanamo detainee last year has criticized the facility’s guards and medical staff for not following correct procedure.
- Former dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, is reportedly now in police custody in Senegal After a 22-year campaign by his victims, the Extraordinary African Chambers were established in the Senegalese court system in February to prosecute the worst crimes during his rule.