The Telegraph
Thursday , July 9 , 2015

Greece submits new loan request

Greece, running out of money and under a tight deadline from European leaders, today requested a three-year loan from the eurozone's bailout fund.   | Read..

Germans forget debt-relief lesson

As negotiations between Greece and its creditors stumbled towards breakdown, culminating in a sound rejection on Sunday by Greek voters of the conditions demanded in...   | Read..

Crisis hits tourism with fall in bookings

Greece's debt crisis has hit tourism, with last-minute bookings falling sharply, although the impact on the industry may be limited because the flare-up has come late in...   | Read..

Pope calls for more rain forest protection

Pope Francis yesterday called for increased protection of the Amazon rain forest and the indigenous people who live there, declaring that Ecuador must resist exploiting...   | Read..

Microsoft to cut 7800 jobs in overhaul

Seattle, July 8: Microsoft said today that it would eliminate up to 7,800 jobs, more than 6 per cent of its work force, in a major overhaul of its struggling smartphone...   | Read..

Lee gets copy of Watchman

Nearly 60 years after Harper Lee wrote Go Set a Watchman, the novel she hoped would be her literary debut, the 89-year-old author was handed a finished copy of the book at...   | Read..

Swift in cancer donation

Taylor Swift continues to prove herself the most charitable mega-watt popstar of the moment after making her biggest donation to a fan yet.   | Read..

Error sends minister to wrong country

Jersey's sports minister Steve Pallett was scheduled to visit Bucharest, Romania, to attend the official handover of the Dance World Cup.   | Read..
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