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The fisherman who plucked a Cuban boy from the sea, starting an international row.
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We look ahead to the Copa America final, as the hosts Chile prepare to take on Argentina
150 killed by Boko Haram, Greek FM Varoufakis on a debt deal, the rats diagnosing TB
3 villages attacked in northern Nigeria, Aleppo under fire, Minute's silence for Tunisia
Ebola returns to Liberia almost two months after being declared free of the virus
Finding a deal for Greece, Nairobi's modest banker; The Rat Lab
Greek vote court case, BP agrees a settlement for oil spill, Ebola back in Liberia.
Should Greece temporarily Grexit, Europe's broken identity and the UN MDG poverty target.
In the 1930s Hitler began to rebuild Germany's air force.
Young Greeks on what the future holds for them as the financial crisis deepens
The main index in Shanghai closes down almost six percent
Chinese stock market slides, Aussie Rules coach murdered, Greeks rally ahead of vote
The young Tunisians who are drawn to extremism
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Tim Franks in Athens ahead of Sunday referendum; China stock market woes; Sailing spiders
We hear from people at rallies in Greece ahead of Sunday's referendum
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Rory Cellan-Jones reports from the Innorobo robotics fair in Lyon, Southern France.
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