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Migrants disrupt tunnel traffic between France and UK

Dozens of migrants trying to stow away on vehicles crossing the Channel by tunnel broke through fences at Calais.

Can Greece be saved?

We examine the crucial choice facing Greeks on Sunday, whether to stay in or leave the eurozone.

Syria army and Hezbollah in major assault near Damascus

Siege tightens on Zabadani, the last opposition stronghold along Lebanon’s border, while rebels advance in Aleppo.

Greek finance minster accuses creditors of 'terrorism'

Yanis Varoufakis accused Athens' creditors of "terrorism" and of having intentions to humiliate the Greeks.

Dutch drought at Tour de France

Majority of the Dutch population uses a bike daily. But where is the success at cycling's biggest event?

Gerardo Hernandez: 'I will do it again'

After spending 16 years in US prisons, the Cuban spy shares his remarkable story behind his liberation.

Magazine: A message from the shipyards of Greece

They once worked two or three shifts a day, but Greek shipyard workers are now lucky if they get 30 shifts a year.

Crowdfund for Greek bailout edges to 2 million euros

One Briton's attempt at crowdfunding the Greek bailout might not work, but it sends an important message.

Kurdish fighters advance on ISIL-held Raqqa

YPG fighters locked in battle just 50km from ISIL's de facto capital in northern Syria, sources tell Al Jazeera.

Greece and the passing of the nation state

A conflicted Greece reveals how transnational utopias and virtual purgatories are replacing the nation state.

PA arrests scores of Hamas members in West Bank

Palestinian Authority arrests more than 120 Hamas member over the past two days, raising tension between rival groups.

Iran nuclear deal 'never been closer'

Iranian FM Zarif says "no guarantee" of success, though negotiators have "never been closer" to reaching lasting accord.

Egypt's extrajudicial killings

Egypt's regime is dominated by figures that believe in eradicationist policies.

Philippines charges owners of sunken ferry with murder

Overloading of cargo and passengers may be to blame for the disaster that left at least 59 dead, officials say.

Mass arrests in Dutch riots after police custody death

More than 200 people detained in The Hague for breaking a curfew to protest against death of a man during his arrest.

Nigeria president slams ''inhuman and barbaric' attacks

Bloody assaults blamed on Boko Haram this week have killed more than 160 people in Borno State.

How a baby was part of the US-Cuban prisoner deal

When spy Gerardo Hernandez's was released, Cubans were shocked to see his wife nine months pregnant.

Copa America: Peru beat Paraguay to clinch third place

Guerrero scores one and sets up another as Peru end tournament in third place for second time running.

Protests and Sinai clashes mark Egypt coup anniversary

Two years since president Morsi was overthrown, Egypt's stability is unravelling.

Tens of thousands rally in Athens ahead of referendum

Rival sides of Greece's debt debate rally days before voters are to decide on whether to reject creditors' conditions.

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