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Greeks vote “no” to bailout conditions…

  The country voted overwhelmingly against enduring more austerity in exchange for a new round of bailout funding from its creditors, putting Greece’s future in limbo. A summit of euro leaders has been called for Tuesday.
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Pressure mounts on Malaysia’s prime minister.

  The country’s two main opposition parties called for an emergency meeting of the government after its attorney-general said he had received documents “connected to allegations” that almost $700 million was transferred to prime minister Najib Razak’s personal accounts. Najib has denied taking the money, which allegedly came from a heavily indebted state fund.
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A suicide bomber caps a week of violence in Nigeria.

  A church attack by the Islamic militant group Boko Haram killed five people on Sunday, bringing the death toll from the group’s attacks to over 200 for the week in Nigeria alone. President Muhhamadu Buhari called for the quick deployment of a regional military force to fight the militants.
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Chart of the Moment

And we’re back: A new week for China’s wild stock market.

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Kenya is building the most efficient wind farm in the world.

  It will generate 20% of the country’s energy needs.

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