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Greece finance minister resigns as banks run out of cash

With Greek banks running out of cash and facing the danger of collapse within days without new aid, the government in Athens is racing against the clock.

Five people seriously injured in bus crash in Brighton

The crash involved two vehicles belonging to Brighton & Hove Buses and the firm's managing director, Martin Harris, said there would be a "full investigation".

Rory McIlroy suffers serious ankle injury to leave his Open defence in jeopardy

Screen grab taken from the Instagram account of Rory McIlroy which features a photo of the golfer who announce he suffered a total rupture of his left ankle ligaments
World number one ruptured ankle ligaments playing football just weeks before St Andrews

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Greece finance minister resigns as banks run out of cash

With Greek banks running out of cash and facing the danger of collapse within days without new aid, the government in Athens is racing against the clock.

Five people seriously injured in bus crash in Brighton

The crash involved two vehicles belonging to Brighton & Hove Buses and the firm's managing director, Martin Harris, said there would be a "full investigation".

Screen grab taken from the Instagram account of Rory McIlroy which features a photo of the golfer who announce he suffered a total rupture of his left ankle ligaments

Rory McIlroy suffers serious ankle injury to leave his Open defence in jeopardy

World number one ruptured ankle ligaments playing football just weeks before St Andrews

Morning news headlines: EU shock as Greeks reject austerity, Tributes to sea rescue grandfather

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Morning news headlines, Britain to honour Tunisia victims, Wimbledon silent for terror victims

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Knitted sweaters wearing Irish singer Val Doonican dies aged 88

Doonican was famous for his laidback style and sweaters and notched up a string of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, selling millions of records around the world.

Ducklings in a sticky situation whilst crossing a road in Norfolk

The ducklings became stuck, not in the mud but the melting tar on the road surface

Morning news headlines: More Tunisia victims to be repatriated, Family of 12 feared to be in Syria

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British victims of Tunisia beach massacre are returning to the UK

The C-17 military transport aircraft left Tunis airport bound for Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.

Health warnings issued as Britain gets hot

Children, the elderly and those with serious illnesses are at particular risk amid fears the hot weather could lead to hospitalisations and even deaths

Morning news headlines: Britain brings back massacre dead, Hottest day looms as mercury rises

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Striking French ferry workers have blocked the Channel Tunnel tracks again causing services to be suspended, Eurotunnel said.

Both Eurostar and Shuttle services were halted because of fire on the tracks at Calais caused by demonstrators.  

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Banker stole £10,000 of customer's money to pay 'gambling debts' - court

Court heard banker Asif Siddiq had been demoted at his branch and lost £3,000 gambling on a horse

Race horse Kauto Star has sadly been put down after injuring himself

Kauto Star was the first horse to retain the Cheltenham Gold Cup suffered pelvis and neck injuries in a fall at a paddock

Ant-Man star Michael Douglas enjoys Marvel role but is no comic geek

Veteran actor plays scientist Dr Hank Pym in Marvel's Ant-Man and only read the comics for the first time before shooting the movie

Morning news headlines: Tunisia Tourists saw two gunmen, sizzling heat could derail travel

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Planets may look like colliding but it's only an illusion

Venus and Jupiter will appear to collide but in reality they are millions of miles apart

Lord Greville Janner

Lord Janner to be prosecuted for child sex offences after DPP forced into U-turn

Independent review overturned Alison Saunders's decision former Labour peer should not face action over allegations because he is suffering from Alzheimer's

Tunisian beach attack death toll to double to 30 British victims

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond warned that it was highly likely a "significant number" of victims yet to be identified would be British

Glastonbury ends in true rock and roll style thanks to The Who

Aging rockers The Who trash stage and swear at backstage staff whilst having a swipe at Kanye West about who is the biggest rock star in the world

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