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Eurozone Approves 86Bn Euros Greek Bailout Deal  

The finance ministers of the 19 eurozone countries have approved the terms of the latest Greek bailout deal. This decision comes after a six-hour meeting in Brussels. Meeting in Brussels on Friday, finance ministers from the 19 eurozone countries have given their approval to the latest bailout for Greece. Their ...

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Japan Marks 70 Years Since End Of World War Two

There were bows and “banzai” chants at the Yasukuni Shrine as politicians, veterans, and nationalists paid their respect to the over two million Japanese who died in World War Two. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo. On a table at a refreshment stand in the grounds of Yasukuni Shrine, Tadashi Shimomura ...

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China: Evacuations Ordered After New Tianjin Chemical Port Blasts, 85 Killed

Chinese authorities have ordered the evacuation of residents near the site of two huge explosions in the port of Tianjin. There are fears the area could be contaminated by toxic chemicals. Flames could be seen burning at the blast site in Tianjin’s North on Saturday, as police ordered people within ...

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Sent Into Freedom: Mauritanian Flees From Slavery In Africa For Life In Germany

Ahmet Falla, a soft-spoken 20-year-old from Mauritania does not want to spend his life in slavery like his mother did. He wants to live in freedom. He hopes to find it in a small town in northeast Germany. Slavery is a matter of hereditary caste in traditional Saharan and Sahelian ...

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Migrant Boat Tragedy: 200 Drowned, 370 Rescued Off Libya

An international search for survivors has been called off after rescue ships were called to aid other migrant boats in the area. More than 200 people are believed to have drowned when the overcrowded boat capsized. An international search team for survivors off the coast of Libya was called off ...

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Climate Change: EU Commissioner Miguel Canete, Welcomes Obama’s Carbon Plan

A senior EU figure on climate change has hailed US President Obama’s plan to limit the country’s carbon emissions. Obama’s announcement came ahead of a global climate summit in Paris. In a series of statements on Twitter, the European Union’s commissioner for climate action and energy, Miguel Arias Canete, praised ...

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Oil Prices Dip As OPEC Says No Supply Cuts Planned

US oil prices dipped Thursday, snapping a two-day streak of gains after a top official with OPEC reiterated that the cartel has no plan to cut petroleum production. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for delivery in September dropped 27 cents to $48.52 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. ...

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US: Obama Wraps Up Africa Visit, Addresses AU

  US President Barack Obama has concluded a landmark visit to East Africa by becoming the first American president to address the African Union. Obama highlighted Africa’s need to combat terrorism and corruption. The US president told African leaders on Tuesday that the US was a “partner” and a “friend” ...

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Obama Praises Kenya’s Anti-corruption Drive

US President Barack Obama has commended Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta for his commitment to rooting out corruption in the East African country, saying the issue was a key reason why the economy was not growing faster. The two leaders spoke at a joint news conference in Nairobi on Saturday during ...

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Bill Gates’ Remote Controlled Microchips To Sterilise Poor Women

When Bill Gates, along with Paul Allen, began a little tech venture called “Microsoft” in a garage in 1975, he couldn’t possibly have imagined that the company would grow into the largest personal computer company and most widely used PC operating system on the planet. Or make him the richest ...

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