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Yes or No? Greeks Vote on High-Stakes Bailout Referendum
ATHENS, Greece - Greeks were voting Sunday in a critical bailout referendum, with opinion polls showing people evenly split on whether to accept creditors' proposals for more austerity in exchange for rescue loans, or defiantly reject the deal.
Greece votes in referendum with future in euro in doubt  
In an Athens market, the talk is of paying bills, pensions, job cuts … and a ...  
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BEIJING Chinese authorities have arrested a man who allegedly spread rumors about people in Beijing jumping off buildings in response to a stock market crash, state television reported on Sunday.
Kotzia Square in Athens, Greece. Concerns around Greece's potential exit from the eurozone and the region's economic prospects were also reflected in a slowdown in hiring in Britain's service sector.
As Greeks prepare to vote on an international bailout of its ailing economy, visitors are warned to take plenty of cash as bank reserves reach critical levels.
The MP now tipped to be London's mayor has long been the face of green Toryism . But his passionate opposition to a third runway could put him on a collision course with his party.
The National Asset Management Agency is to be summoned before the Public Accounts Committee to explain what it knows about allegations dogging the sale of its €5.7bn par value Northern Ireland loan book - Project Eagle - for €1.6bn.

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