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Greeks vote in referendum to determine country's economic fate
Greeks vote in referendum to determine country's economic fate Athens - Greece is voting on Sunday on its bailout conditions in a snap referendum with far-reaching consequences for the debt-laden country and the rest of Europe.
WikiLeaks’ Assange seeks asylum in France, president says no
WikiLeaks’ Assange seeks asylum in France, president says no Paris - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has failed in a bid to win asylum in France.
Tunisia arrests 12 suspects in deadly resort attack
Tunisia arrests 12 suspects in deadly resort attack Cairo - Twelve people have been arrested in Tunisia on suspicion of involvement in last week's attack on a holiday resort that killed 38 foreign tourists, officials said...
US wants Fifa officials extradited
US wants Fifa officials extradited Washington - The United States has asked Switzerland to extradite seven Fifa officials arrested on corruption charges in May, the Swiss authorities say.
Dropbox users can now request files from non-users
Dropbox users can now request files from non-users Verlin – Dropbox users can now send a request to their contacts asking them to share a file, getting around the problem of not being able to get data from people who...
Greece’s bailout expires, country defaults on IMF payment
Greece’s bailout expires, country defaults on IMF payment Athens - Greece slipped deeper into its financial abyss after the bailout program it has relied on for five years expired at midnight Tuesday and the country failed to...
Jemen-burgerlikes kry baie swaar
Jemen-burgerlikes kry baie swaar Johannesburg - Dokters Sonder Grense het vandag ‘n pleidooi aan vegtende partye in die oorloggeteisterde Jemen gelewer om op te hou om burgerlikes te teiken.
ICC asks Security Council for help to ensure Bashir's arrest
ICC asks Security Council for help to ensure Bashir's arrest New York - A top International Criminal Court prosecutor called on Monday for the UN Security Council to ensure Sudan's compliance with a court order for the arrest of...
ISIS claims responsibility for Tunisian resort attack
ISIS claims responsibility for Tunisian resort attack The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a massacre in a Tunisian seaside resort that killed nearly 40 people in the worst attack in the country's recent...
Sousse gunman concealed weapon in umbrella
Sousse gunman concealed weapon in umbrella Sousse - The gunman that killed at least 37 people at a Tunisian beach resort pulled his Kalashnikov gun from an umbrella.
Twenty-seven foreigners, mostly tourists, killed in Tunisia
Twenty-seven foreigners, mostly tourists, killed in Tunisia Sousse - At least 27 people, mostly foreigners, have been killed in an attack on a beach near two tourist hotels in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse.
UPDATE: Tunisia death toll rises to 19
UPDATE: Tunisia death toll rises to 19 Tunisian state TV reports that 19 people have been killed after two gunmen opened fire on a beach near two hotels in the coastal resort city of Sousse.
Breaking: At least 7 killed in deadly Tunisia attack
Breaking: At least 7 killed in deadly Tunisia attack Tunisia’s Interior Ministry says two gunmen opened fire on a beach near two hotels in the coastal resort city of Sousse, killing at least seven people.
Pakistan heatwave deaths exceed 1 100
Pakistan heatwave deaths exceed 1 100 The death toll from a heatwave in southern Pakistan climbed to 1 100.
Death toll from Pakistan heatwave passes 800
Death toll from Pakistan heatwave passes 800 Karachi - The death toll from a heatwave in Pakistan's southern Sindh province has passed 800. Hospital officials say mortuaries have reached capacity.
Hittegolf in Pakistan eis nog lewens
Hittegolf in Pakistan eis nog lewens Karachi - Die dodetal weens 'n hittegolf in Pakistan het tot meer as 300 gestyg.
Debt crisis: Greece faces critical 24 hours
Debt crisis: Greece faces critical 24 hours Brussels - Greece faces a critical 24 hours as European leaders hold an emergency summit in Brussels that could break the deadlock around the country's debt crisis.
Stowaway plunges to death, another survives flight from SA to UK
Stowaway plunges to death, another survives flight from SA to UK According to reports a stowaway has fallen to his death onto a London office block after clinging to a passenger plane that flew more than 12 000km from Johannesburg to...
World's oldest person dies at 116
World's oldest person dies at 116 Washington - The oldest person in the world has died at age 116, according to the US-based Gerontology Research Group.
Charleston shooting: Alleged shooter has no apparent SA links despite old SA flag on jacket
Charleston shooting: Alleged shooter has no apparent SA links despite old SA flag on jacket Cape Town - The suspected "Charleston shooter" who was pictured with the old South African flag on his jacket, does not seem to have any links to the country.
Senator killed in Charleston shooting
Senator killed in Charleston shooting Washington - The pastor and also a senator of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston has been named as one of the nine victims that had been gunned...
Nine dead in shooting at US mega church
Nine dead in shooting at US mega church Washington - Several people were shot dead at a church in the United States late Wednesday, CNN reported, citing a source close to the police investigation.
Final death toll put at 442 from capsized riverboat in China
Final death toll put at 442 from capsized riverboat in China Beijing - The final death toll rose to 442 as the last bodies were found from a riverboat that sank in China's Yangtze River two weeks ago, a news report said Sunday.
Brits move spies after Snowden leak
Brits move spies after Snowden leak London - Britain has been forced to remove some of its spies after Russia and China accessed the top-secret raft of documents taken by former US intelligence contractor...
Malaysia Airlines jet makes emergency landing in Australia
Malaysia Airlines jet makes emergency landing in Australia Canberra - A Malaysia Airlines passenger jet made an emergency landing at Melbourne airport on Friday after instruments indicated an engine fire, officials said.
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