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  1. In Nigeria, Suicide Bombing Marks End to Bloody Week That Claimed 200 Lives
    Some 17,000 people have died in violence related to Boko Haram since 2009
  2. Witness Scenes from Athens After the Referendum
    Here's what it looked like on the streets of Athens after the successful "No" campaign on a Greek referendum on further austerity measures tied to a bailout.
  3. U.S. Women Win World Cup, 5-2
    "We just made history."
  4. Greek Vote Forces Europe to Make a Difficult Decision
    Europe's choice is essentially to give way to Greece or see it leave the Eurozone
  5. Greek Voters Face Uncertain Future
    In the end, it was all over in an instant. Greeks on Sunday returned a decisive ‘No’ vote on a historical referendum to decide whether it would keep its crippling bailout program in order to repay international creditors, or support its government’s plan to demand a better deal for its citizens. As soon as the…
  6. Pope Francis Returns to South America
    QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Latin America’s first pope returned to Spanish-speaking South America on Sunday for the first time, beginning a nine-day tour that will take him to three of the continent’s poorest countries. Children in traditional dress greeted Pope Francis at Quito’s Mariscal Sucre airport, the wind blowing off his skullcap and whipping his…
  7. Kerry Says Iran Nuke Talks ‘Could Go Either Way’
    "We are not yet where we need to be"
  8. See Princess Charlotte’s First Months in Pictures
    Princess Charlotte was christened Sunday, just over two months after becoming the newest member of the royal family. Here's her life so far in pictures
  9. Greeks Reject Demands for More Austerity in Key Referendum
    "Democracy is defeating fear," Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said
  10. Voting Winds Down in Greece Amid High Anxiety
    The country's future in Europe is at stake