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With hours to go before the IMF loan repayment demand expires, there is growing speculation that the IMF may agree to extend its deadline till after Greece’s referendum on Sunday.
With hours to go before the IMF loan repayment demand expires, there is growing speculation that the IMF may agree to extend its deadline till after Greece’s referendum on Sunday. Some analyst believe such a scenario is highly likely as Greece sails into uncharted financial waters. Jasper Lawler, market analyst at CMC Markets said: “They are not going to make today’s…
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Les taxis sont satisfaits, la bataille contre Uber penche en leur faveur.
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Les taxis sont satisfaits, la bataille contre Uber penche en leur faveur. Deux dirigeants d’Uber ont en effet été placés en garde à vue à Paris. Selon la société, le directeur général, et son directeur pour l’Europe de l’Ouest se sont spontanément rendus, afin d‘être entendus dans le cadre d’une procédure datant de plusieurs mois. L’enquête, ouverte fin 2014…
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Deaths in people over the age of 75 rise by 60 percent during heatwaves.
It’s not often the weather makes the headlines in Scotland for being on the warmer end of the scale. However, this week will see a heatwave in European countries that is so strong warnings are being released over public health. The mini heatwave in the UK will last between midday on Tuesday and 6am on Thursday. Scotland will see temperatures rocket into the 20s, while England will feel a…
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Those Scots shouldn't be too concerned. Just lift your kilts and everything is fine.
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Here are the 3 international stories you need to see as you start your day

- Tunisia arrests suspects linked to the gunman in the beach hotel massacre in the search for accomplices as survivers return home
- Tsipras says if Greeks approve the EU's aid plan, Syriza will resign rather than see it through
- Thousands of Greeks rally behind their government's call to reject creditor proposals and the certainty of more austerity
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Approximately 5 years ago many people have predicted the fall of Greeks. Somehow nobody listened to it. Today, the cockiness of the Greeks resulted in major crises and more importantly much money being spent on these peasants.
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[Picture of the day]

Tunisia tragedy: a tribute to the victims

Bouquets of flowers are laid at the beachside of the Imperial Marhaba resort after the Islamist militant attack that killed 39 foreigners in Sousse.

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What is the political agenda behind this - who is responsible ? CIA ?
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Heading for Hawaii, Solar Impulse II takes off for the most risky leg of its round the world trip

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E-FAN bundan daha kaliteli ve gerçekçi.
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What would a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ vote mean for Greece?
Greece’s debt crisis is the saga that has seemingly dominated headlines for months (if not years) – the only positive being it’s gone on for so long it’s almost exhausted the ability of newspapers to trot out the puns around Greeks and tragedies. Yet while the story has endured, how many people understand the background? In fact how many understand the foreground, namely the question in…
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It really means Greeks are getting more money. Why not, I will say?
European countries are subsidising them for decades. So why stop now?
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In France, it seems, the protests of taxi drivers are being heard.
In France, it seems, the protests of taxi drivers are being heard. The ride has come to an abrupt stop for two executives from the Uber taxi and car-sharing company. French police have detained the manager of Uber France Thibaud Simphal and the company’s general manager for western Europe Pierre-Dmitri Gore-Coty. The investigation is focussed on UberPOP, one of Uber’s transport…
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“There was no ethnic cleansing… we invited them to stay." Croatian President Grabar-Kitarovic talks about Serbia relations in an exclusive interview with Euronews' Isabelle Kumar eurone.ws/OYlS0
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Oh, yes?! To stay but to change religion and all?!?
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"No I am not a feminist."

Euronews' Isabelle Kumar meets Croatian President Grabar-Kitarović in a new edition of The Global Conversation, on air today from 20:40 CET. http://ow.ly/i/bxPDr
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SHE IS A ROMA ,FROM INDIA .
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From corruption and the EU to claims of “ethnic cleansing”, an exclusive interview with Croatian President Grabar-Kitarović. Watch the first broadcast today 20:40 CET.
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No, EU free handouts please. its another useless country.
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Never lose your keys or forget your computer password again http://eurone.ws/OIARo
Losing his keys is no longer a concern for Sandro Portner: all he needs to do to open his front door is swipe his hand in front of this chip reader. A fan of new technology, this young man from Switzerland has had two Radio Frequency Identification chips implanted into his body. He is part of a new generation of what some have branded “enhanced human beings”. “I’m…
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nous smme temps de la fin soyons sage que dis le livres d'apocalypse
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