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Greece gets breathing space but at what cost? Ukraine to sell more than 300 state assets.
Greece discusses bailout deal; Syrian rebels free UK woman; passion for Pluto
PHOTO: An anti-EU protester unfurls a Greek national flag on Monday evening (Reuters)
EU leaders' summit cancelled; Federer - a tennis legend; Mexican drug lord escapes jail
Eurozone leaders discuss plans to offer Greece another bailout in exchange for an extensive list of reforms; Joaquin Guzman - known as El Chapo - escapes from a high security prison through a kilometre-long tunnel; Jon Vickers - whose voice was said to hold 100 colours and inflections - has died. (Photo: AP)
Srebrenica 20th anniversary; Europe considers Greece plans; Wimbledon ladies final day
Bosnia apologises for Srebrenica protests, Boko Haram in Chad and skinny dipping record attempt