More Than a Hundred Human Rights Activists Arrested in China, Mexican Cartel Leader Escapes for Second Time in Twenty Years, Serena Williams Wins Wimbledon: A.M. Links


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    The prime minister of Greece has proposed economic reforms in an effort to secure another bailout for the country, but lenders want to see the reforms actually pass first.

  • More than a hundred human rights lawyers and activists were arrested in China over the weekend.
  • Ten people were killed by Saudi air strikes in Sanaa. The U.N.-backed truce in Yemen has completely collapsed.
  • A suicide bomber in Afghanistan killed 17 people near a former CIA base.
  • Mexican drug cartel leader Joaquin Guzman escaped from prison for the second time in two decades.
  • A bill in New Jersey seeks to place a three year moratorium on new charter schools.
  • Serena Williams won her sixth Wimbledon and fourth straight grand slam title.

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