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The Greek prime minister's efforts to balance the books may add up to his departure, writes Gavin Hewitt.
Britain's Liam Broady goes out of Wimbledon in the second round with defeat by Belgium's David Goffin 7-6 6-1 6-1.
Yorkshire leg spinner Adil Rashid is included in England's 13-man squad for the opening Ashes Test against Australia.
The bodies of eight British tourists killed in last Friday's attack at a holiday resort in Tunisia are being flown back by the RAF to the UK.
Iain Duncan Smith is among 19 MPs to have had their Commons credit card suspended after running up more than £1,000 in expenses debts.
A woman who killed a cyclist in Fife after using her mobile phone while driving has been jailed for five years.
Why are train lines now worse in hot weather?
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers and Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan attend Somme remembrance ceremony in Belfast.
EU funding of 24m euros (£17m) has been secured for two railway upgrades in Northern Ireland, including the Londonderry-Coleraine line.
A court in Honduras orders the arrest of a senior lawmaker amid a widening probe into embezzlement in the country's health system.
Dennis Skinner and David Cameron clash at PMQs over miners' pensions with the Speaker having to intervene.
Britain's Liam Broady sees the funny side as the secretary is called to the conservatory kitchen by the PA announcer on Court 3
Liverpool sign England right-back Nathaniel Clyne from Premier League rivals Southampton in a £12.5m deal.
The former deputy editor of the News of the World, Neil Wallis, is cleared of conspiracy to hack voicemails.
The outlook for the UK's financial stability has worsened in the light of events in Greece, Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns.
Canadian potato farmers increase their reward for tips on an unknown saboteur who has been pushing needles into their crop to $400,000.
A deadly disease of citrus plants spreads by manipulating its insect host, research suggests.
A 62-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of slavery, servitude and forced labour offences, Gwent Police says.
The boss of the first African team to ride the Tour de France says an African rider will be on a Grand Tour podium in five years.
The health insurer Vitality promises to be "clearer" about the fact an app it promotes is owned by Facebook, following complaints by privacy groups.