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Greek referendum; Tunisia state of emergency; man behind modern cheerleading.
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Greeks face agonising decision; Iran says deal 'never been closer'; Tonga's King Tupou VI
Greek PM urges No vote in referendum; Solar plane lands; Cuban wi-fi.
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Newshour's Tim Franks in Athens speaking to 'Yes' and 'No' camps ahead of Sunday referendum; China's stock market woes; Sailing spiders
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Four men who were handed the death penalty for their part in the mob killing of a woman in Kabul have had their sentences commuted. The Tunisian authorities have arrested eight people in connection with the deadly beach attack in Sousse in which 38 tourists were killed. The US has asked Switzerland to extradite seven former Fifa officials arrest in May as part of an investigation into corruption.
Billions for Gulf spill; Boko Haram mass killings; Dukes of Hazzard flag controversy.