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Chinese fashion comes of age as a home-grown star makes the leap to becoming an international household name.
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Greek banks will be closed and capital controls imposed, the prime minister says, amid growing fears of a default and possible exit from the eurozone.
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Tunisia's tourism industry faces crisis
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Why Greece is on the brink of capital controls
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The European Central Bank says it will maintain its emergency funding of Greek banks at the level agreed on Friday.
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Greek papers mull over the referendum on the international bailout offer
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Greece on the brink
28 Jun 2015 0:13:50
Greece stares default in the face
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The European Central Bank is expected to end emergency lending to Greece's banks on Sunday, the BBC understands.
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Greece's parliament approves plans for a controversial referendum on creditors' terms for a bailout, as the country faces a possible default.
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A judge in Argentina orders the seizure of assets of firms drilling for oil around the Falklands, but it is unclear how it can be enforced.
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Eurozone finance ministers reject a Greek request to extend a bailout programme beyond 30 June.
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After Greece called a referendum on the terms for a fresh bailout, the BBC's Anna Holligan speaks to people queuing outside banks in Athens.
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Greece's creditors hold a crisis meeting with the Greek finance minister after Athens calls a surprise referendum on the terms for a fresh bailout.
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Head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, says she is willing to continue giving financial support to Greece - as long as the country plays its part in reaching a bailout agreement.
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Residents on the Greek islands are concerned that government plans to end their favourable tax rate would damage tourism, as the BBC's James Reynolds reports.
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Greece will hold referendum on 5 July on a controversial bailout deal with foreign creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announces.
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Can Aston Martin's £1.5m car rev up its fortunes?
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The BBC's Emma Simpson is taken for a spin in Aston Martin's new £1.5m supercar, the Vulcan.
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Q&A: Rail upgrade row
26 Jun 2015 6:21:09
Why have rail upgrade plans been held up?
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Foreign contractors are cashing in on Zambia's building boom, say local firms.
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Leaders of Africa's top companies spend a cold winter night sleeping outside, raising $2m (£1.3m).
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Can the Ghanaian economy keep its head above water following the floods in the capital?
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Andrew Walker explains what will happen if the Greek talks fail
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Police have acted against an online ticket firm's website after hundreds of Taylor Swift fans were left without tickets they had paid for.
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Greece's creditors offer to extend the country's bailout deal so it can avoid defaulting on its debt, providing it agrees to economic reforms.
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