Greece prepares for make-or-break referendum
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Greece prepares for make-or-break referendum

Millions of people across Greece are preparing to vote in Sunday’s referendum, which could redefine…

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HK students start summer internships in Guangdong
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HK students start summer internships in Guangdong

As summer vacation begins, 1,000 Hong Kong college students are setting out to Guangdong Province…

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Anne Geddes turns her lens to meningococcal disease
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Anne Geddes turns her lens to meningococcal disease

Australian photographer Anne Geddes is known around the world for her work featuring joyful babies…

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Boko Haram militants suspected of killing 200 people in Nigeria
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Boko Haram militants suspected of killing 200 people in Nigeria

Militants suspected to be linked to Boko Haram have carried out a fresh wave of…

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Chinese Tusi heritage sites make it to UNESCO list
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Chinese Tusi heritage sites make it to UNESCO list

The ruins of Chinese Tusi sites have successfully won a place on the UNESCO World…

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Chinese brokerages to invest in blue-chip ETFs to stabilize markets
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Chinese brokerages to invest in blue-chip ETFs to stabilize markets

China’s 21 major securities brokers convened on Saturday, vowing to stabilize the country’s stock market…

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Blast in mosque kills 25 Al-Nusra fighters in Syria
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Blast in mosque kills 25 Al-Nusra fighters in Syria

Twenty-five members of the Islamist group the Al-Nusra Front have been killed in an explosion…

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Brazil unveils 2016 Olympics torch
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Brazil unveils 2016 Olympics torch

Brazil unveiled the torch for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The colors of…

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World’s largest ore cargo ship arrives in China’s Qingdao Port
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World’s largest ore cargo ship arrives in China’s Qingdao Port

The world’s largest iron ore cargo ship has arrived in east China’s Qingdao Port. The…

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Greek debt crisis: Mass rival rallies over bailout vote
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Greek debt crisis: Mass rival rallies over bailout vote

Tens of thousands of Greeks have attended rival rallies in Athens ahead of a crucial…

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