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No bailout talks until Greece holds its referendum on Sunday.
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Deradicalising young Moslems in Denmark – is the Aarhus Model working?
IS attacks in Sinai, the US and Cuba plan embassy reopening, Mexico circus animal ban.
All eyes on Sunday's Greek referendum, IS attacks in Sinai, the 9 year old piano prodigy.
The arthritis drug that has successfully restored pigment to a vitiligo sufferer
IS attacks Egypt's security forces, Hungary's immigrant fence, 9 year old piano prodigy
IS attack Egyptian security services, cash in the (Greek) attic, South Sudan sanctions
Why the world has struggled to meet its goal of cutting child mortality by two-thirds
In 1944 the International Red Cross was allowed into Theresienstadt concentration camp
More Or Less looks behind the box office figures for record breaking film releases.
European Central Bank keeps open its line of credit to the country's banks
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The fisherman who plucked a Cuban boy from the sea, starting an international row.
Kabul woman's killers spared death, Sousse attack arrests, US seeks Fifa extraditions
A Belgian woman who has severe depression has been granted the right to die.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
A magical tale of allium bulbs, a water spirit and local politics in a Dogon village
UK considers Syria strikes; Tunisia uncovers terror network; IS 'Palmyra destruction'
The oil giant has reached a settlement following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
UK considers Syria strikes; Sealife under threat; Tutu renews marriage vows
Ebola returns to Liberia almost two months after being declared free of the virus
Billions for Gulf spill; Boko Haram mass killings; Dukes of Hazzard flag controversy.
BP oil spill settlement; Dominique Cottrez sentenced to nine years; Greek referendum
BP record settlement: Colombia coco production grows: Oceans under threat
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