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Eurogroup creditors refuse to extend Greece bail-out programme beyond 30 January, when Athens is due to repay the IMF $1.7bn; Planeloads of shocked tourists have been flying out of Tunisia after the beach resort massacre which left at least 38 people dead; The work of the 20th Century artist, M.C. Escher, is being celebrated in an exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Art
Tourists killed by gunmen in Tunisia; attack on factory in France; endangered lemurs
A day of global terror; gay marriage legalised across US; Greece rejects bailout extension
A Kobane resident flees to Turkish border; Greece talks; Should men freeze their sperm?
No deal yet in Greek debt crisis; South African police criticised for Marikana mine shootings; a bid to save the rare Ploughshare tortoise in Madagascar
(Photo: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras with other EU heads of government Credit: EPA)
In a world first a Dutch court has ordered the government to cut greenhouse emissions by 25% by 2020; French anger at alleged US spying on senior government ministers; Are racehorses getting faster?