Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces problems in his Syriza party
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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces problems in his Syriza party

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras must quell potential rebellion in his Syriza party after his…

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Heathrow: back to business after protest closed runway
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Heathrow: back to business after protest closed runway

Flights are now back to normal at the UK’s biggest airport after a protest led…

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What Greece has to do to win a third bailout
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What Greece has to do to win a third bailout

Down to the wire, Alexis Tsipras finally blinked. Enough other euro countries told Greece ‘time’s…

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Vanuatu volcano spits molten lava high into the air with deafening “boom”
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Vanuatu volcano spits molten lava high into the air with deafening “boom”

Another explosive, volcanic spectacle has occurred on the pacific Tanna Island, Vanuatu. At just 361…

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Russian soldiers die when military barracks in Siberia collapse
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Russian soldiers die when military barracks in Siberia collapse

Twenty-three soldiers have been killed near the Siberian city of Omsk when a section of…

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Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta named in a criminal investigation
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Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta named in a criminal investigation

Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta has been named as a defendant in a criminal investigation…

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French police hunt gunmen in north west Paris
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French police hunt gunmen in north west Paris

French police are hunting for three armed men who stormed a clothes store in a…

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Greece clinches deal with eurogroup after marathon talks
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Greece clinches deal with eurogroup after marathon talks

Greece has secured debt restructuring and medium-term financing. The deal with its creditors after seventeen…

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Markets react to potential Greek bailout
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Markets react to potential Greek bailout

EU President Donald Tusk’s tweet – “all ready to go” set the financial markets on…

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‘Listen to us’, Greeks appeal to eurozone leaders
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‘Listen to us’, Greeks appeal to eurozone leaders

More than used to the uncertainty, Greeks out and about in Athens on Sunday calmly…

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