European Parliament President Martin Schulz doubts Greek banks will reopen this week, calls for emergency humanitarian aid for Greece and demands the government make meaningful proposals on its debt to stave off ‘dramatic’ times.
(Reuters Business Report) – There was no mistaking the mood in Athens in front of Parliament Sunday night.
Official figures show a whopping 61 percent of Greeks overwhelmingly rejected the terms of an international financial bailout… overturning opinion polls that had predicted an outcome too close to call.
French MP visits detention centre for illegal migrants near Tripoli, Libya.
(NVO) – U.S. President Barack Obama wished Americans a “happy and safe Fourth of July” on Saturday (July 4) during his weekly address.
With less than a day to go until a crucial referendum, people in the Greek capital seem to be divided on whether to endorse a financial aid deal with creditors.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff downplays Congressional opposition to her controversial fiscal policy while touring Google’s California headquarters where she took a spin in one of the company’s self-driving cars.
U.S Secretary of State John Kerry formally announces the reopening of the American embassy in Cuba, saying it is an “important step on the road to restoring fully normal relations”.
The number of Britons confirmed killed by an Islamist gunman in Tunisia has risen to 27, Prime Minister David Cameron tells parliament.
South Africa says it is considering withdrawing its membership of the International Criminal Court (ICC), after a dispute over the country’s failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
Greek ministers are speculating creditors are conspiring against Athens as euro zone ministers say they will work with creditor proposal not the Greek one, but many still hopeful of a deal.