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BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir said on Friday talks with Greece this weekend to clinch a deal to avert default next week would likely drag on to Sunday, and would be the last on the issue.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek banks saw deposit outflows of about 400 million euros (289.17 million pounds) on Monday as the pace of withdrawals picked up from last week after talks with the country's creditors over an aid-for reforms deal broke down on Sunday, bankers said.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The Greek government stuck to demands on Monday that its creditors propose less harsh terms for a cash-for-reforms deal after talks collapsed, bringing Athens one step closer to a default that could tip it out of the euro zone.
SEGOUCOURA, Senegal (Reuters) - Mahamadou Diaby lost his savings of $4,000 in a failed bid to reach Europe that saw him smuggled across the Sahara by migrant traffickers before being shot by police and thrown in jail for six months in Libya.
TOKYO (AFP) - Atomic fuel was being loaded into a reactor in southern Japan on Tuesday as its operator prepared to restart operations despite widespread public opposition to the technology.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Some of the Uighurs deported to China last week from Thailand had planned to go to Syria and Iraq to carry out jihad, state television said, showing pictures of them being bundled out of an aircraft with black hoods over their heads.