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Sousse beach resort attack aftermath - and its impact on tourism; Kuwait buries suicide bombing victims; Iranian-American "food diplomacy"
(Photo credit: Flowers and a note are laid on a sun lounger at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse, Tunisia. EPA/ANDREAS GEBERT)
A day of global terror; gay marriage legalised across US; Greece rejects bailout extension
Tourists killed by gunmen in Tunisia; attack on factory in France; endangered lemurs
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)
A Kobane resident flees to Turkish border; Greece talks; Should men freeze their sperm?
The US reforms how it works with families of hostages; Mass migration into Europe creates tensions within the union; Are Shakespeare's jokes funny