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Iran leader restates 'red lines' for nuclear deal

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei restated his country's red lines for a nuclear deal in a dramatic intervention during a meeting with President Hassan Rouhani and top officials.

Iran leader restates 'red lines' for nuclear deal
'Still a lot do on Greece': French PM

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that there is "still a lot of work to do" if Greece and its creditors are to reach an agreement to avert a possible default.

'Still a lot do on Greece': French PM
IMF to join meeting between Ukraine, creditors next week

The IMF said that it would take part in a meeting between Ukraine and its private bondholders next week, amid rising pressure on creditors to reduce the debt.

IMF to join meeting between Ukraine, creditors next week
Italian Nutella maker to buy British rival Thorntons

The board of British chocolate maker Thorntons said it had agreed a takeover deal by Italian rival Ferrero that values the firm at about £111.9 million.

Italian Nutella maker to buy British rival Thorntons
New Eurogroup meeting on Greece Wednesday: EU's Tusk

Eurozone finance ministers will meet again in a bid to reach a final bailout deal for Greece ahead of an EU leaders' summit the following day.

New Eurogroup meeting on Greece Wednesday: EU's Tusk
EU prolongs Russian economic sanctions for six months: official

EU foreign ministers formally agreed to prolong to January 2016 damaging economic sanctions against Russia to ensure it fully implements Ukraine peace accords.

EU prolongs Russian economic sanctions for six months: official
Athens says Europe 'doesn't need IMF' on eve of crunch summit

Greece does not want any more help from the IMF, minister of state Nikos Pappas said on the eve of a summit.

Athens says Europe 'doesn't need IMF' on eve of crunch summit
Amid deadlock on Greece, IMF releases funds to Cyprus

The International Monetary Fund, deadlocked with Greece over further financial aid, approved a new loan installment for Cyprus.

Amid deadlock on Greece, IMF releases funds to Cyprus
Russia warns of retaliation for Yukos overseas asset freeze

Moscow warned that state-linked foreign firms in Russia could be targeted for retaliation to the freezing of Russian official assets in Western Europe over legal claims from former Yukos shareholders.

Russia warns of retaliation for Yukos overseas asset freeze
Juncker says 'I don't understand Tsipras': report

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker voiced frustration with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a media report amid the deepening debt crisis.

Juncker says 'I don't understand Tsipras': report
Grexit 'beginning of the end of the eurozone': Greek PM

A Greek exit from the eurozone would be the beginning of the end of the single currency, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was quoted.

Grexit 'beginning of the end of the eurozone': Greek PM
IMF's Lagarde says Greece talks need 'adults in the room'

IMF chief Christine Lagarde warned that a resolution to five months of tortuous debt talks with Greece required "adults in the room" in an apparent sideswipe at Greek officials.

IMF's Lagarde says Greece talks need 'adults in the room'
Russia tries to shrug off crisis as West snubs investment forum

Russian officials tried to play down fears about the country's economic crisis as tensions with the West over Ukraine cast a pall over its showcase investment forum.

Russia tries to shrug off crisis as West snubs investment forum
Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev. ©RIA Novosti
Russia to prolong embargo if EU extends sanctions: minister

Moscow will extend its embargo on European Union agricultural products but is unlikely to go further if the EU extends sanctions as expected.

Russia to prolong embargo if EU extends sanctions: minister
Greece's Tsipras calls Juncker, first time since last week: official

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, their first contact on the stand-off over a bailout deal since last week.

Greece's Tsipras calls Juncker, first time since last week: official
Out of patience, IMF flexes muscles in Greek debt crisis

The International Monetary Fund has lost patience over Greece and is making it known.

Out of patience, IMF flexes muscles in Greek debt crisis
France's Hollande boosts ties with former foe Algeria

French President Francois Hollande arrived in Algeria for a visit aimed at tackling the "common battle" of the once bitter foes against jihadists from Mali to Libya.

France's Hollande boosts ties with former foe Algeria
Ball in Greece's court in debt talks: ECB's Draghi

European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi urged all sides in the negotiations on Greece "to go the extra mile", but insisted the ball was in Athens' court.

Ball in Greece's court in debt talks: ECB's Draghi
Greek PM urges creditors to get 'realistic'

Athens will stand its ground until its creditors become "realistic", a day after last-ditch debt talks collapsed and raised fears of a Greek default.

Greek PM urges creditors to get 'realistic'
Greece bailout talks end with no deal, 'significant gap' remain : EU

Crunch bailout talks between Greece and its EU-IMF creditors ended without a deal on Sunday, with a "significant gap" still remaining.

Greece bailout talks end with no deal, 'significant gap' remain : EU