Greece may have staved off a plunge into new financial crisis and a forced exit from the Eurozone – for now – as a package of new taxes and reforms received a grudging welcome in Brussels.
Esther Han The whites of his eyes say it all. A pilot has received the shock of his life, midflight, when a furry stowaway decided to stick its head into the cockpit.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies Frenchman Serge Atlaoui, was originally due to be executed with Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, has lost his appeal.
Nick Miller Greek banks – and their customers – should brace for a "difficult day" on Tuesday if the Athens government does not reach a deal with its creditors, senior bankers warn.
Nick O'Malley It is often sadly noted that the racial divide in America is nowhere more noticeable than in worship. Blacks attend black churches, whites pray alongside whites.
Nick Miller This may just be Greece's last evening before it is plunged into economic chaos.
Waking up in the throes of a sweaty nightmare, Naomi Jacobs whispered to herself that it had only been a dream. But the foreign tone of her voice sent her grabbing for her throat. Her speech was deep, as if it belonged to a grown-up.
Nick O'Malley In newly discovered photographs of Dylann Roof, the young white man accused of massacring a black prayer group in Charleston, he poses with a Confederate flag, gazing as dully at the camera as he did during Friday's court appearance.
Peter Hannam Many countries face challenges in cutting greenhouse emissions but few set their bar as high as Germany.
Nick O'Malley The mass killing in a church at the heart of African American history has reignited an old and bitter debate over the place of Confederate flag in the South