Greek parliament to vote on Tsipras’ last-ditch bailout plan
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Greek parliament to vote on Tsipras’ last-ditch bailout plan

The Greek parliament is to vote on the Syriza government’s fresh proposals to creditors to…

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Climate change and migration : A hot issue for Europe – utalk
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Climate change and migration : A hot issue for Europe – utalk

Is Europe worried about the problem of migration due to climate change? And is the…

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Live footage: 100% electric plane takes off, UK
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Live footage: 100% electric plane takes off, UK

Airbus’ E-fan electric plane takes off in an attempt at crossing the English Channel, demonstrating…

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Huge hack of US government databases hits 21.5 million people
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Huge hack of US government databases hits 21.5 million people

Hackers have stolen personal information from millions more people than previously estimated in a massive…

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Life goes on in Athens: locals head to beach to ‘regain sense of normality’
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Life goes on in Athens: locals head to beach to ‘regain sense of normality’

Life’s a beach, or at least that’s the impression some Athens locals wished to give…

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UN brokers brief humanitarian ceasefire in war-torn Yemen
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UN brokers brief humanitarian ceasefire in war-torn Yemen

Yemen’s warring factions have agreed to a “United Nations-brokered temporary ceasefire”:http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=51371#.VZ8wmqPM8aA to allow the delivery…

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Greeks at pro-Europe rally call on Tsipras to keep his promise
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Greeks at pro-Europe rally call on Tsipras to keep his promise

“We live in Europe and this is not negotiable,” was the chant of some 5,000…

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IMF: slashes global growth forecast by 2%, tells Athens to “respect the rules”
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IMF: slashes global growth forecast by 2%, tells Athens to “respect the rules”

The IMF has cut its forecast for global growth from 3.5 percent to 3.3, blaming…

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London brought to near standstill over Tube-driver strike
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London brought to near standstill over Tube-driver strike

London was brought to a near standstill on Thursday (July 9) as Tube drivers from…

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Greece submits last-ditch reform proposals to international creditors
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Greece submits last-ditch reform proposals to international creditors

In a race against the clock to avert bankruptcy, Greece has put forward fresh reform…

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