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Greece emerges from eurozone bailout programme
The economy is still 25% smaller than eight years ago and nearly one in five people is unemployed.
Kerala floods: Relief teams rescue 22,000 as rains ease
Waters recede in some areas but officials warn of disease spreading among thousands made homeless.
Korean reunions: Families divided by war meet in North
About 200 North and South Koreans will spend a few hours with family they have not seen since the war.
Afghan Taliban kidnap dozens of bus passengers near Kunduz
The militant group says security forces were the target of the ambush near Kunduz, Afghanistan.
Measles cases hit record high in Europe
More than 41,000 people have been infected with measles in the first six months of 2018.
Venezuelans confused as Maduro's economic plan starts
A government plan to curb inflation comes into force but there is confusion about how it will work.
Serie A: Lazio hardcore fans call for women ban in some seats
Hardcore Lazio fans say no women should occupy the first 10 rows of the Curva Nord stand.
Zuma corruption claims: South Africa state capture inquiry opens
The public inquiry is looking into whether the wealthy Gupta family influenced political decisions.
'Exploding' iPad prompts Apple shop evacuation
The Dutch fire brigade is called to help deal with a "fuming" Apple device.
Knife attacker shot dead by police near Barcelona
A man shouting in Arabic was shot dead near Barcelona and police say he was carrying out a terrorist attack.