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Eurozone finance ministers say they expect to hear new proposals from Greece.
Yes or No - Greeks are preparing to vote in Sunday's referendum.
BP to pay record fine to settle legal actions over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
No bailout talks until Greece holds its referendum on Sunday.
Greece has missed the deadline for a 1.6 billion euro debt payment to the IMF
Hear a range of views on the debt crisis from the Greek capital, Athens
The Greek Prime Minister calls a referendum on the EU and IMF bailout package.
The Troika schedule a showdown on Saturday, and Donald Trump lands in hot water
Greek bailout talks stall yet again - what's gone wrong? And, the US relaxes ransom rules
The Greek government must present terms of its deal with creditors to the Greek people
There's optimism as Greek crisis talks continue with Europe but still no deal is reached.
Which eurozone members are immune to possible contagion?
Eurozone leaders to hold a summit after finance ministers fail to reach deal
Can an agreement between Greece and its creditors be reached?
The Fed's Open Market Committee have finished the first of two days of talks on rate rise
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis will not present a new plan at the crisis meeting
President Obama fails to convince US lawmakers to pass a key trade deal.
The boss of Twitter steps down - can the company revive its fortunes?
The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney says bankers must be more responsible
HSBC implements sweeping reforms, Alibaba's charm offensive, Magaluf's alcohol crackdown.
Leaders of the G7 group of nations pledge to phase out fossil fuels in 100 years
Greek PM calls lenders' plan a "bad moment for Europe"; Salmon farming controversy
Greece delays IMF repayment; Egyptian 'slush funds' allegations; Saiga antelope deaths
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says talks have been constructive
Sepp Blatter resigns as president of Fifa four days after his re-elction