Greece's debt crisis: A who's who
Following a referendum in which Greeks voted against accepting new austerity measures, European leaders are meeting Tuesday in Brussels to try to hash out a new deal or risk throwing the fate of the 19-member eurozone into jeopardy. Here are five major power players to keep an eye on.
Greece: How did it get into this mess?
Greece's affair with the euro began with the grandest of hopes. The country approved the euro in 2001, in time to be among the first countries to use the new currency.
Nigeria bombing kills 20
A bomb killed 20 people in north-central Nigeria on Tuesday, a state governor said -- marking just the latest in a series of recent deadly bombings in a country where the government is battling the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.
Suicide attacks target coalition forces
Two suicide attacks rocked areas in and around Kabul on Tuesday, one of them targeting coalition forces and another an Afghan government building, authorities said.
Fraser accused of 'racist attack' on Kyrgios
Australian Olympic legend Dawn Fraser has provoked outrage and allegations of racism after she told tennis star Nick Kyrgios to "go back to where (his) parents came from," following his "disgusting" on-court antics at Wimbledon.
Beijing issues travel warning for Turkey
China's embassy in Turkey has issued a travel warning to its citizens after some tourists were "attacked and harassed" during anti-Chinese protests in Istanbul.
Iranian artist should be freed immediately
As we approach the revised Tuesday deadline for six world powers to reach a nuclear deal with Iran over its nuclear program, we should not turn a blind eye to the country's ongoing abusive treatment of its citizens.