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Greeks Vote on Country's Future Amid Confusion Over Referendum
New York Times
ATHENS — With the polls closed, Greek voters — angry, tired and scared — waited anxiously Sunday to learn the verdict on a high-stakes referendum that many said they did not understand, but that could nonetheless redefine the country's place in ...
Opinion Polls Suggest More Greeks Would Vote 'No'
Referendum Day live: Fears a major bank is hours from running out of cash
Counting underway in Greek referendum; some give edge to 'No' vote
Kerry urges Iran to make 'hard choices', says US ready to walk
VIENNA An Iranian nuclear agreement is possible this week if Iran makes the "hard choices" necessary, but if not, the United States remains ready to walk away from the negotiations, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday. Speaking after his ...
Kerry says Iran nuclear talks 'can go either way'
Kerry Says Difficult Issues Still to Be Resolved for an Iran Deal
Iran nuclear talks 'could go either way' says John Kerry
Princess Charlotte christened in English countryside
Princess Charlotte is ready for her closeup. Like brother Prince George and countless royal babies before her, she is now officially named — Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge — and has entered the communion of the Church of England.
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Is Christened in Front of Royal Family ...
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge christening highlights
Princess Charlotte's christening: A balance between private celebration and ...
ISIS capital Raqqa hit by US-led airstrikes as they release images of dead
Coalition forces launched the largest ever airstrike offensive in Syria, killing at lease ten militants and a host of civilians in horror scenes in ISIS's de facto capital. The attacks sparked a series of explosions that rocked the city and prompted ...
Islamic State's Raqqa stronghold hit as Palmyra video shows shootings
US-led air strikes target Isis Syria stronghold
US coalition hammers de facto ISIS capital Raqqa
Russia: Powers in the balance
When top US, European and Russian officials gathered beneath the gilded chandeliers of a baroque Vienna palace last month to discuss European security after the Ukraine crisis, the ghosts of history were watching. Two centuries earlier in salons like ...
Putin Urges Equality, Respect in Independence Day Message to Obama
Don't Think for a Minute Putin Is Winging It
Vladimir Putin sends special message to Obama for 4th July celebrations