test bulletin june 2016 brexit
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Less than a week is left before U.K. holds the highly-anticipated EU referendum across the country. And while the outcome of the referendum can hardly be predicted, some suggest that British politicians are widely using scare tactics to encourage people to vote Leave or Stay in the EU.
Meanwhile, Euro 2016 began a week ago but it has already made numerous headlines. In particular, there are terror threats in France that could put the football event on hold or even cancel it.
And Russia has gotten in the center of scandals at Euro 2016 by the violent behavior of its fans. Russia and England fans had brutal clashes before and after the two national teams played last Saturday.
- Euro 2016: English fans are urged to ‘behave responsibly’ after brutal violence.
- Scare tactics used by British politicians before EU referendum.
- Brexit is ‘grave threat’ to U.K. cities, according to Labour leaders of U.K. biggest cities.
- Orlando shooting in gay club: 49 people died, 53 injured.
- Serious concerns about security in France during Euro 2016.
- Wreckage of EgyptAir found in Mediterranean.
- Bank of England governor’s war of wards against Vote Leave campaign.
- US Federal Reserve puts interest rates on hold because of U.K.’s upcoming EU referendum.
- There could be $43 billion in tax spikes and budget cuts if U.K. votes in favor of Brexit.
- Euro 2016: Russia summoned French ambassador after fan violence.
- Euro 2016: terror threats in France and scandals at the football event.
- Euro 2016: See the schedule and results.
- Stephen Colbert has just compared Donald Trump to a Nazi.
- Is Taylor Swift now dating Tom Hiddleston?
- Unseen Audrey Hepburn letters are being sold at auction.
- E3 finally brings a great change to diversity.
- Facebook denies its U.K. referendum bias.
- Report: social media is main source of news for young people.
This time in History
- June 17: in 1885, State of Liberty arrived in New York as a present from the people of France.
- June 16: in 1884, first ever roller coaster opened in America at Coney Island.
- June 14: in 1777, the Continental Congress adopted the stars and stripes flag of the United States of America.