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Greece On Brink Of Default, Athens Low On Cash, May Drop Out Of Eurozone

Greece and its creditors remain locked in brinkmanship, with one EU commissioner saying Athens had been only “centimeters away” from a deal to avoid default and euro exit. Greek bank dispensers are low on cash. EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici told French radio Monday that Greece’s leftist government had ...

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A Road Map for Eradicating World Hunger

A lot has changed in Ethiopia since hundreds of thousands of people died in the famine of the mid-1980s. Rates of undernourishment have plummeted in the past 25 years, child mortality is down by two-thirds and 90 percent of children go to primary school. Now, the country whose name was once a ...

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Germany: P5+1 World Powers Must Not Fail In Iran Nuclear Talks – FM Steinmeier

Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has urged a resolution of the nuclear negotiations with Iran. With a deadline approaching on Tuesday, all sides are seeking a compromise to finalise a deal under which Iran would cut back its nuclear programme. Steinmeier told the Sunday edition of “Die Welt” newspaper that ...

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US: Republican Presidential Candidates Condemn Gay Marriage Judgement

White House hopefuls from the Republican Party have shown their anger at the Supreme Court’s ruling to allow gay marriage across the country. Mike Huckabee also criticized the US president for changing sides on the issue. At a meeting of the Western Conservative Summit on Saturday, Mike Huckabee became the ...

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Pakistan: Deadliest, Week-long Heatwave Kills 1,233 In Karachi

Tens of thousands of people have been treated for heatstroke in Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi. The heatwave, the worst on record, has already killed 1,233 people, authorities say. About 65,000 heatstroke patients have been treated by doctors at Karachi’s hospitals since June 20 according to the Provincial Disaster ...

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Greece Teeters On Brink Of Debt Default: ECB Crisis Talks Expected

The European Central Bank (ECB) has scheduled emergency talks as Greece faces what seems an almost inevitable debt default. Amid the crisis, the German Deputy Chancellor cancelled a trip to Israel. ECB, one of Greece’s three international creditors along with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Commission, was ...

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UN At 70: Ban ki-Moon Calls For Deeper Cooperation Between Member Nations

The United Nations Secretary General Ban ki-Moon has called for greater and deeper cooperation as the Charter clocks 70 years. Mr Oluseyi Soremekun, United Nations Information Officer, in a statement on Friday quoted the Secretary General as saying, “As we mark the anniversary of the adoption of the organisation’s founding ...

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Boko Haram: ECOWAS, ECCAS Yet To Fix New Date For Security Summit – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday welcomed efforts to strengthen and expand cooperation between Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) for the war against terrorism. The President who spoke at a meeting with Mr Kadre Desire Ouedraogo, President of ECOWAS Commission, restated ...

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Obama To Host President Buhari July 20

US President Barack Obama will host President Muhammadu Buhari at the White House on July 20, the White House National Security Council said on Thursday. It said in a terse note in Washington that the visit would underscore U.S. commitment to expanding its partnership with Nigeria’s new government and support ...

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US Condemns Latest Boko Haram Attacks In Nigeria

By Wale Makanjuola Recent frequent attacks by Boko Haram insurgents on hapless citizens have drawn condemnation from US government, which described the incessant attacks as “deadly and destabilising.” According to a statement Thursday by Department of State Spokesperson John Kirby, the U.S. government said those responsible for the deaths must ...

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