Greek bailout may be decided on Sunday

A high-stakes meeting to save Greece broke up early Sunday with Europe bitterly divided over how or whether to rescue Greece from imminent financial collapse. Convening in Brussels, finance ministers from the 19 eurozone nations failed to approve talks for a fresh lifeline for Greece. The ministers were set to reconvene later Sunday morning


Parties reach peace deal without Tripoli

Libyan political leaders reached a new version of a U.N.-brokered peace deal Saturday, putting pressure on the Tripoli leadership to sign on and build a unity government in hopes of ending the country's chaos. The Tripoli government took part in earlier stages of talks but refused to participate in the latest discussions in Skhirat, Morocco.


Iran's supreme leader denounces U.S.

As negotiators at Iran nuclear talks in Vienna tried to make headway, the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, called for the struggle against the U.S. to continue. Talks entered their 15th day with no indications of progress after three extensions and four target dates. The latest deadline is Monday.


Boko Haram kills fleeing residents

At least 10 people were killed in northeast Nigeria when Boko Haram Islamic fighters attacked their village. The victims were shot when the terrorists fired at fleeing residents. In Chad, a man wearing a burqa detonated a bomb outside the main market in the capital, killing 14 people.


2 die after truck hits horse and buggy

A truck struck a horse and buggy in Clinton County, killing a woman and a 9-year-old boy and seriously injuring four other people. The front bumper of a UPS truck hit the front end of the horse and buggy.


Fan of dead poets visits 500th grave

A Maine man who travels the country to document the final resting places of poets reached a milestone in Birmingham. Walter Skold, founder of the Dead Poets Society of America, said his visit to the grave of Sun Ra marked the 500th site.

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