• The Latest: Greek banks to reopen to let pensioners get cash

    The Greek Finance Ministry says it will open about 1,000 bank branches across the country for three days this week to allow pensioners without bank cards to make withdrawals — but for a total of just 120 euros ($134) for the week. Meanwhile, irate depositors called in to television stations to report that some ATMs in Athens had run out of 20-euro notes, leaving them dispensing 50 euro notes only. Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European Commission, has made a last-ditch effort to help Greece get a bailout deal, provided Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras campaigns for staying in the euro.

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  • Woman tested partner before fatal plunges

    Kristen Schroder's decision to climb a fifth-storey cruise ship railing would be the final test of her partner's love. The 26-year-old slipped and fell 18 metres from the balcony, prompting her boyfriend, Paul Rossington, to plunge into the sea after her. Deputy State Coroner Hugh Dillon found on Tuesday that it was improbable Ms Schroder, who suffered anxiety and depression, meant to end her life that night in May, 2013.

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  • Kylie Jenner moves into new home

    Kylie Jenner has moved into her $2.7million mansion. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star was originally planning to move into the luxurious pad when she turned 18-years-old, but with two months to go until she reaches the milestone, she has already made the big move. Sharing a snap of her and half-sister Khloe Kardashian at her new 4,900 square foot mansion in Calabasas, she wrote: "Don't you wish your move-in crew looked like mine?

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  • In first, IS beheads two Syria women for 'sorcery': NGO

    Islamic State jihadists have beheaded two women in Syria for "witchcraft and sorcery", a monitor said on Tuesday, in the group's first known decapitation of female civilians. Meanwhile, IS re-entered the town of Tal Abyad on the Turkish border, seized from it by Kurdish forces two weeks ago, and took back one district, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights added. Rami Abdel Rahman, the Britain-based watchdog's chief, said IS "executed two women by beheading them in Deir Ezzor province... the first time the Observatory has documented women being killed by the group in this manner".

    AFP
  • Berlusconi 'paid' Bunga Bunga dancer millions for silence

    Silvio Berlusconi paid an exotic dancer and other young women some ten million euros for their silence over what went on at his Bunga Bunga sex parties, says a prosecutor. Milan prosecutor Tiziana Siciliano told a press conference she had no doubt the former prime minister and billionaire media tycoon had engaged in an orchestrated attempt to pervert the course of justice. The effort came while he was being investigated and tried for paying for sex with dancer Karima El-Mahroug, better known as Ruby the heart stealer, when she was under 18.

    AFP
  • This is China's biggest problem, expert says

    China 's growth story is "basically over," and the country's recent stock battering reflects "horrible" fundamentals, one economist said Monday. The biggest roadblock for the world's second-largest economy is dependency on exports to the United States and Europe, which face growth problems of their own, said Peter Navarro, an economics professor at the University of California, Irvine. "China is going to be in a slow growth mode and that's going to continue until Europe and the United States recover," he said in a CNBC "Power Lunch" interview.

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  • How this Geelong man became Mr Universe and 'Schwarzenegger Two'

    Calum von Moger, 24, goes by the nickname Schwarzenegger Two in bodybuilding circles thanks to his Dutch and Austrian heritage. Mr Von Moger told Fairfax he barely ate or drank for a week to cut down body fat before competing.

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  • Chrissy Teigen Breaks Instagram’s Boob Rules

    The 29-year-old was shot by famed photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for a spread in W magazine. The others include Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid, Irina Shayk, Doutzen Kroes, and more professional lingerie promoters, all posing provocatively in Agent Provocateur, Victoria’s Secret, and little else. “The most uncomfortable I’ve ever been on set was having to model coats,” Teigen told the magazine.

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  • Five incredible images of tourists living on the edge (7 photos)

    This adrenalin-loving couple like living life on the ledge - literally. Hanging nearly 1,000 metres above Rio de Janeiro's Pedra de Gavea, Leonardo Edson Pereira and Victoria Medeiros cling to the clifftop with no support, sometimes with just one hand

    Total Travel
  • Hewitt a fighter 'til his Wimbledon end

    World No.1 Novak Djokovic led the tributes after lion-hearted Lleyton Hewitt made the most fitting, if not triumphant, of Wimbledon bows. Hewitt's epic 3-6 6-3 4-6 6-0 11-9 first-round loss to Jarkko Nieminen, in which he saved three match points and produced some extraordinary counter-punching, provided a four-hour snapshot of the baseliner's famous fighting spirit. "That pretty much sums up my career, I guess," Hewitt said.

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  • What happens if Greece defaults on IMF?

    Greece could take a risky step into the unknown Tuesday if it misses, as expected, a 1.5 billion euro ($1.7 billion) debt payment to the International Monetary Fund. Already on its second IMF crisis bailout program, if Athens does not make the payment it would immediately be cut off from access to Fund services and facilities. To help fund a budget shortfall and keep current on all its obligations, Athens has been negotiating to get another 7.2 billion euros in bailout funds from the IMF and European Union.

    AFP
  • Pilots fired after snapping selfies with model in cockpit

    In the world of aviation, on-the-job selfies are the quickest way to find yourself in the unemployment line. Two pilots were fired after taking photos with an actress in the cockpit during a flight on Tuesday from Buenos Aires to Rosario. The woman, Vicky Xipolitakis, shared the photos with her 405,000 followers on Twitter.

    Total Travel
  • Woman steals TV by carrying it under her skirt

    A woman has been caught on camera stealing a flatscreen TV from a department store in Zambia in the most bizarre way. The woman can be seen inspecting the TV, pretending to be a regular customer, before she casually bends down and slides it between her legs under her skirt. A security guard posted the footage on Facebook as he was on the hunt for the stolen TV.

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  • Next iPhones to have Force Touch feature, says report

    Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has begun work on new iPhones that will feature Force Touch, reported Bloomberg, citing sources familiar with the matter. The feature will sense how hard a user is pushing down on the screen. (Tweet this) The new phones will

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  • Woman survives three days stranded in forest after giving birth

    A Californian woman survived three days alone with her newborn baby in national woodland after giving birth at the side of the road when she ran out of fuel. Amber Pangborn, 35, began having contractions and decided to take an unfamiliar short cut to her parents' home to get help when she ran out of petrol on a desolate back road. Amber Pangborn gave birth to her baby daughter alone in the woods after becoming stranded when she ran out of fuel.

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  • Cramer: Amazing world chaos-resistant stocks

    After a hideous day on the markets on Monday, Jim Cramer reminded investors that this is a true demonstration of just how fragile the market really is. It seems to Cramer that Greece will ultimately default on its debt and leave the euro, causing the entire global economy to feel as though it is in chaos. "I suspect that there are going to be some big declines here, and I think I have the ones that will bounce back the hardest when all the weak hands fold," Cramer said.

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  • Road rage backfires hilariously

    We didn't see this coming! Watch this man’s road rage backfire hilariously.

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  • Lufthansa offers 25,000 euros compensation to Germanwing crash families

    German airline Lufthansa said Tuesday it has offered compensation of 25,000 euros ($27,900) to the families of the German passengers who were killed in the Germanwings crash in March, a sum dismissed as "completely inadequate" by the families' lawyers. Lufthansa and its low-cost subsidiary Germanwings said that in addition, each of the victim's immediate surviving kin -- parents, children, adopted children, spouses and partners -- would each receive 10,000 euros. Prosecutors believe that the jet's 27-year-old co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed the Airbus A320 into a French mountain on March 24, killing all 150 people on board, including 72 Germans.

    AFP
  • Man sets himself alight on Japan bullet train, second passenger dies

    Two passengers on a Japanese Shinkansen bullet train died on Tuesday after one doused himself in oil and set it ablaze, police said, but there was no immediate indication of a motive for the action that left 26 others injured. The train, carrying about 1,000 passengers, made an emergency stop on its way from Tokyo, the capital, to the western city of Osaka, after smoke started to fill at least one carriage. TBS footage showed a train carriage filled with smoke and passengers scrambling to get out, pressing handkerchiefs to their faces.

    Reuters
  • Mystery woman has memories of Australia, but nothing else

    This is despite a media and social media storm that has circulated the blonde woman's face around the world. "We are so grateful to you all and social media. Little is known about the woman, who appears to speak in an Australian accent and recalls swimming at Perth's Cottlesloe Beach, Sydney's Bondi Beach, Cairns, Byron Bay and Hawaii.

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