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Eurozone finance ministers say they expect to hear new proposals from Greece after the country voted to reject the terms of a bailout. A spokesman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel said there was currently "no basis" for talks on a new bailout and the ball was in Greece's court. Mrs Merkel has met French President Francois Hollande in Paris...

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This weekend marks 500 years since the Duke of Bavaria introduced the "Reinheitsgebot" or purity law - strict rules controlling what can go into beer. And beer lovers across Germany will be celebrating at events (read: subsidised drinking opportunities) to mark the anniversary of the famous food law. As Chancellor Angela Merkel partakes of an obligatory Pils with German...

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Brooks Koepka is keen to bounce from failing to reach the USA Presidents Cup squad by qualifying for a debut appearance in next year's Ryder Cup. The Phoenix Open champion narrowly missed out on a place in Jay Haas' side for next week's biennial event in South Korea, with Bill Haas and Phil Mickelson instead handed the two...

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Golf participation in the UK is far from being in decline and is actually flourishing, especially among a younger demographic, according to a European Tour survey. The results were released to coincide with this   week's British Masters supported by Sky Sports at Woburn, where a strong emphasis has been placed on driving engagement with younger golfers and attracting...

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Twelve districts of Greece have banned blood donations because of malaria, with four cases this year contracted domestically, local media report. In the 61 other cases recorded, the sufferers became infected on the Indian subcontinent and African states, where the disease is endemic. The districts affected stretch from the Peloponnese to Thessaloniki. Domestic cases were first reported four...

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Germany's chief federal prosecutor has dropped an investigation into two journalists at the Netzpolitik website suspected of revealing state secrets. The case sparked a huge political row about freedom of speech. Last week the Justice Minister, Heiko Maas, sacked chief prosecutor Harald Range. Public rallies had backed Netzpolitik. The chief prosecutor's office said it now accepted the justice ministry's...

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French rail operator SNCF has been ordered to pay €150m ($170m; £110m) in damages for discriminating against more than 800 Moroccan staff. The 832 Moroccans, who were hired as private contractors in the 1970s, were denied "railway worker" status and the accordant benefits, a court found. Nearly all of them were awarded damages by the court, with the settlements...

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Germany's justice minister has sacked the country's top prosecutor, who had accused the government of interfering with a treason investigation. Heiko Maas said he no longer had confidence in Harald Range, dismissing his statements as "incomprehensible". Prosecutors are investigating whether the Netzpolitik website revealed state secrets in articles about plans to step up state surveillance. News of the case...

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Luxembourg’s European Qualifier away to Belarus has been thrown in to doubt after a bout of food poisoning swept through the visitors. The Luxembourg FA reported on Monday that 16 of the 20 players in the squad had been taken ill after eating spaghetti bolognese in their team hotel in Minsk. "Some of the coaching staff also have similar...

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David Drumm, former boss of the Anglo Irish Bank, has been granted bail by an Irish court after he was extradited from the US to face fraud charges. Mr Drumm, who resigned in December 2008 as the bank was collapsing, was brought before Dublin District Court on Monday to be charged with 33 offences. They include false accounting linked...

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