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Eurozone ‘sceptical’ of Greek reform

Eurozone finance chiefs holding crunch talks in Brussels say they are sceptical of Greece’s vow to introduce reforms in exchange for a debt rescue.

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Eurogroup meets to decide Greece’s fate

Finance ministers gather in Brussels for one more meeting to decide whether Greece should get much-needed aid or leave the euro zone.

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Kudlow: Jeb is right; Hillary is wrong

Jeb Bush won the tweet-off about American workers, says Larry Kudlow, and Hillary is just wrong.

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Now boarding at Gate 1, Hello Kitty airlines?

Flying to Asia and love all things Hello Kitty? This might be your lucky day.

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No bad blood here: Taylor Swift won’t rap YouTube

The pop sensation has taken on Spotify and Apple, but has spared YouTube. There’s a good reason why.

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Iran talks continue as deadline extended (again)

Talks between Iran and the world’s major powers has been extended through Monday, The New York Times reports

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Is the search for immortality a rich man’s game?

As tech and medicine probe immortality, it begs a question: Can only the rich drink from the fountain of youth?

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China evacuates one million as super-typhoon hits

One of the most powerful typhoons to hit east China in decades disrupted air and rail, after forcing the evacuation of more than a million people.

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Greek banks ‘will run out of cash by Monday’

Greek banks will have no money left for customers by Monday unless the ECB agrees to lend them more money, a banker told the Financial Times.

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Stock rout sends chill through Chinese economy

As China’s stock market tumbled, malls became quieter, while customers at auto dealerships asked to defer delivery and payment for pre-ordered cars.