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Eurozone finance ministers agree to extend a further bailout loan to Greece as well as debt relief, in what they call a "major breakthrough".
A three-story building has collapsed after flooding in the Rongxian county of China's southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Carmakers Toyota and Volkswagen have struck separate partnerships with rideshare companies Uber and Gett.
Saudi Arabia prepares for religious tourism boost
Cuba's government legalises small and medium-sized private businesses, the latest stage of reforms launched by President Raul Castro.
Chechen leader not impressed by missing cat mocking
Why India's Taj Mahal is turning green
What is the chance of catching a bright blue lobster?
A US-backed alliance of Syrian Kurdish and Arab fighters begins a campaign to expel Islamic State militants north of their stronghold Raqqa.
Australia's deputy PM says he's "pulling strings" in Johnny Depp's head, after the actor called him an "inbred tomato".
Turkey's parliament will block a deal on the migrant crisis with the EU if Turks do not gain visa-free travel, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns.
The Russian Olympic Committee says 14 of its athletes at the 2008 Beijing Olympics have tested positive for doping during re-tests of their samples.
Dan Roan is granted rare behind-the-scenes access to the discredited Moscow laboratory at the centre of the Russian doping scandal.
The US justice department seeks the death penalty in the case of the Charleston church shooting which claimed nine lives last year.
The trail of clues after the Taliban leader was killed
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby could face up to 10 years in prison after being ordered to stand trial on charges of sexual assault.
New satellite imagery appears to reveal extensive damage to a major airbase in Syria used by Russia after an attack by Islamic State militants.
The UN says it is very concerned for some 50,000 civilians still in the Iraqi city of Falluja, where the army is battling Islamic State militants.
Protests are held in Rome after it emerged that Italy's mafia may have organised large-scale cheating during an entry exam for prison guards.
As well as carrying out his official engagements, President Obama found time for less formal meetings during his visit in Vietnam.