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Greece on the brink, Stiglitz blames Greece's creditors, UN on atrocities in South Sudan
Athens proposes new bailout plan; Boko Haram girls 'took part' in violence; folk star Shirley Collins at 80.
(Photo: A Greek flag billows on a flagpole. Credit: Reuters)
Defiant talk from Greek PM Tsipras; what's in the ISIS name; Pope to try coca leaves global events.
The European Commission chief, Jean-Claude Juncker, says he feels 'betrayed' by the 'egotism' shown by Greece in the failed debt talks; Stock markets in Europe and Asia see big falls after Greece closes its banks; Lions are being transported from South Africa to Rwanda to replace those killed during the country's 1994 civil war.
Greek banks will remain closed on Monday; Unmanned SpaceX rocket explodes minutes after launch; Burk Uzzle - the man photographing the 'visual craziness' of America's back roads
(Photo: People queue to withdraw money from an ATM outside a branch of Greece"s Alpha Bank in Athens, Greece. EPA/ALEXANDROS VLACHOS)
Greek finance minister on the looming debt payment deadline; the black hole eating its neighbouring star; Formula E - the new sport of green motor racing
(Photo shows a man walking past graffiti made by street artist N_Grams that reads "NO" in German but also "YES, IN" in Greek. AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)