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  • A woman looks at an electronic stock indicator of a securities firm in Tokyo, Monday, July 6, 2015.Greece's foray into the unknown with its rejection of terms set by its international creditors is jolting markets as investors react to looming uncertainties. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)TOKYO (AP) — Shares tumbled Monday after Greece's voters vehemently rejected conditions set by the country's international creditors, deepening doubts over its future in the 19-nation eurozone.


    ROME (Reuters) - Italy's top official for European Union affairs called on Monday for Greece and its creditors to resume negotiations with an increased willingness to compromise following the referendum in which Greeks rejected the lenders' most recent proposal.Greece will not leave the euro zone this year but Britain is now more likely to vote to leave the European Union in a referendum, Ladbrokes bookmaker odds showed on Monday after Greeks voted 'no' to bailout terms. Greece is now 2/5 to remain in the euro zone this year while the odds on Britain leaving were cut to 3/1 from 7/2, the bookmaker said. "Betting markets favor their euro zone membership staying intact until the end of the year at least," Ladbrokes spokesman Alex Donohue said of Greece.MILNER, Ga. (AP) — Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Mike Huckabee went head-to-head for evangelical votes this weekend, telling a megachurch congregation in Georgia that God favors the United States but warning that the nation is on a perilous spiritual path because of actions like the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

    In this June 29, 2015 photo, Hashima Island, commonly known as Gunkanjima, which mean “Battleship Island,” is seen off Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture, southern Japan. Japanese officials expressed elation Monday, July 6, 2015, over the U.N. cultural body's approval of world heritage status for 23 historic sites illustrating the country's transformation into an industrial power at the end of the 19th century. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)TOKYO (AP) — Japanese officials Monday celebrated the U.N. cultural body's approval of world heritage status for 23 historic sites showing the country's transformation from feudal isolation into an industrial power at the end of the 19th century.


    A woman is reflected on an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in ShanghaiSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's key stock indexes showed signs of stabilizing on Monday, rising close to 3 percent, in response to unprecedented rescue measures announced over the weekend. During the volatile session, money gushed into blue chips as investors used an opening spike to dump small caps. The Shanghai Composite Index opened 7.8 percent higher, but ended the day up only 2.4 percent, at 3,775.91 points. The CSI300 index of China's biggest companies also gave up most of its early gains, to end 2.9 percent firmer at 3,998.54 points. ...


    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The Chinese government has taken a series of steps since late June to stave off a crash in its stock markets, which plunged nearly 30 percent over the previous three weeks since touching a peak on June 12, hit by tight liquidity conditions ahead of the quarter-end and uncertainty over the central bank's easing policy.

    People celebrate in Athens on July 5, 2015 after the exit-polls of the Greek referendum showed over 60% of Greeks rejected further austerity dictated by the country's EU-IMF creditors in a referendumAthens (AFP) - 08:14 GMT - French reaction - One of the first European countries to respond to the Greek vote was France, where Finance Minister Michel Sapin warned the European Central Bank against lowering its level of emergency financing to Greek banks and said it was up to Athens to make new proposals on its debt crisis. The amount of funding provided by the ECB through its Emergency Liquidity Assistance "cannot be lowered," he said ahead of a meeting by the bank to make a decision on the lifeline which could determine if Greece's economy stays afloat. 08:09 GMT - Stock markets slide - Greece's No vote has fuelled fears the country will crash out of the eurozone and stock markets across Europe reflected those concerns by sliding at the start of trading on Monday morning.


    FILE - In this June 25, 2015, file photo, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. Members of Congress return from July 4 fireworks and parades on July 7, facing a daunting summer workload and a looming deadline to fund the government or risk a shutdown in the fall. The government funding fight is shaping up as a major partisan brawl against the backdrop of an intensifying campaign season, with Republicans eager to avoid another Capitol Hill mess as they struggle to hang onto control of Congress and take back the White House next year. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Members of Congress return Tuesday from July Fourth fireworks and parades facing a daunting summer workload and an impending deadline to fund the government or risk a shutdown in the fall.


    Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis leaves after making a statement in AthensBy Renee Maltezou and John O'Donnell ATHENS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Greece's outspoken finance minister resigned on Monday, removing a major obstacle to any deal to keep Athens in the euro zone after Greeks voted resoundingly to back the government in rejecting the austerity terms of a bailout. Yanis Varoufakis, a self-proclaimed "erratic Marxist" economist who infuriated euro zone partners with his unconventional style and hectoring lectures, had campaigned for Sunday's sweeping 'No' vote, accusing Greece' creditors of "terrorism". Greece's chief negotiator in aid talks with international creditors, Euclid Tsakalotos, is the frontrunner to become finance minister, a senior government official said.


    Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis (pictured) says he is resigning, in a shock announcement despite the government having secured a resounding victory for the 'No' vote in the country's bailout resignationGreece's finance minister resigned Monday in what appeared to be a concession by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to international creditors after his resounding victory in a historic bailout referendum. Meanwhile German and French finance ministers were set for talks beginning in Warsaw at 0800 GMT, while the Euro Working Group of top treasury officials will meet in Brussels.


    FILE - In this June 21, 2015, file photo, Rev. Norvel Goff prays at the empty seat of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney at the Emanuel A.M.E. Church four days after a mass shooting that claimed the lives of Pinckney and eight others in Charleston, S.C. Some family members of those killed in the church shooting have said they forgive the man who's been charged. But others in the African-American community say offering forgiveness so quickly may not be the best idea. (AP Photo/David Goldman, Pool, File)CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Under an outdoor tent a few blocks from Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Sharon Simmons paused while cleaning up from the previous night's revival to ponder the idea of forgiving the white man accused of killing nine of the historic black church's members, including the pastor.


    Austin Dillon, center, raises his arms to race fans to signify he was okay after he was involved in a multi-car crash in a NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Daytona International Speedway, Monday, July 6, 2015, in Daytona Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/David Graham)DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A horrific last-lap accident that left drivers fearing for Austin Dillon's safety muted Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s victory in the rain-delayed race at Daytona International Speedway.


    Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras arrives to meet Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos after the results of the referendum at the Presidential Palace in Athens, early Monday, July 6, 2015. Voters in Greece resoundingly rejected creditors' demands for more austerity in return for rescue loans Sunday, backing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who insisted the vote would give him a stronger hand to reach a better deal. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest on the bailout referendum in Greece (all times local):


    FILE - In this May 22, 2015 file photo, Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., plays piano in his office on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Tennessee Republican has been playing music, and politics, his whole life, blending the two last month as he practiced an upcoming performance on a borrowed piano in his Senate office. But this week, Alexander’s stage is the Senate floor, where he’ll do his day job as the top Republican on education issues by managing a bipartisan bill to update the No Child Left Behind Act with a policy giving states more power over their own public schools. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — How does a musician-senator fill the time during yet another partisan Senate stalemate?


    Army soldiers take their positions during clashes with supporters of Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi in the Cairo suburb of MatariyaEgypt’s military launched air strikes and ground operations that killed 63 Islamist militants in North Sinai on Sunday, security sources said, as the country grapples with an increasingly ambitious insurgency based in the region. The Sinai has recently witnessed some of the heaviest fighting between security forces and Islamist militants since the army toppled President Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood in 2013. Security sources said on Sunday troops killed the 63 in villages between the towns of Sheikh Zuweid and Rafah.


    FILE - In this June 26, 2015, file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at a Jefferson Jackson event hosted by the Democratic Party of Virginia in Fairfax, Va. In the months before she began her second bid for the White House, Clinton spent hours quizzing economists, lawyers, educators and activists about everything from executive compensation to the latest research on lead paint.(AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Earlier this year, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign lost count of its experts.


    ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's chief negotiator in aid talks with international creditors, Euclid Tsakalotos, is the government's top candidate to become finance minister following the resignation on Monday of Yanis Varoufakis, a senior government official said.MILAN (Reuters) - Italian police said on Monday they had arrested a Moroccan suspected of promoting Islamic militancy, and that a broader police operation was under way in a town near the central city of Pisa. Like other European countries, Italy has stepped up surveillance of individuals suspected of supporting militants in Syria and Iraq after indications that some of its citizens have travelled to the region to fight. Last week Italian police arrested two people in Rome suspected of plotting attacks in Italy and North Africa. ...

    In this June 11, 2015, photo, a hexacopter drone is flown by Intelligent UAS, during a drone demonstration at a farm and winery on potential use for board members of the National Corn Growers in Cordova, Md. The small, relatively inexpensive unmanned aerial vehicles could replace humans in a variety of ways around large farms, transmitting detailed information about crops, directing farmers to problem spots and cutting down on the amount of water and chemicals used. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)CORDOVA, Md. (AP) — Mike Geske wants a drone.


    New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez hits a sixth-inning, solo, home run in a baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York, Sunday, July 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today:


    New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez hits a sixth-inning, solo, home run in a baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York, Sunday, July 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)A-Rod the All-Star?


    Danny Lee, of New Zealand, reacts to a birdie putt on the 18th green of the first playoff hole at the Greenbrier Classic golf tournament at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., Sunday, July 5, 2015. Lee won the tournament on the second playoff hole with David Hearn. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) — A week ago at the Travelers Championship, Danny Lee became so disappointed with his driver that he gave it to a young fan in the middle of the final round and walked away.


    In this undated photo provided by Blue Planet Energy Systems, LLC, PV panels are on Henk Rogers' home in Honolulu. Rogers hopes the technology he is using in his home can help make other homes across Hawaii, and the world, energy independent as well. (Ryno Irwin/Blue Planet Energy Systems, LLC via AP)HONOLULU (AP) — High above the bustling city of Honolulu, in a quiet, exclusive hillside neighborhood where some of the island's wealthiest residents live, there is an extravagant home that's not quite like the others.


    An oil platform is seen in the Adriatic SeaTanzania's parliament on Sunday approved a legal and regulatory framework for developing its nascent hydrocarbons industry, after days of contentious debate. Tanzania estimates it has more than 55 trillion cubic feet of natural gas but has yet to make oil discoveries. Under the terms of the bill, energy companies will pay a 12.5 percent royalty for oil and gas production in onshore or shelf areas and 7.5 percent for offshore output The state's share of profit on natural gas production would range from a minimum of 60 to 85 percent, pegged on specific daily gas output.


    Kyle Busch puts on ear plugs before getting in his car for the start of a NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Daytona International Speedway, Sunday, July 5, 2015, in Daytona Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Kyle Busch hit another wall at Daytona International Speedway.


    People gather at the site of suicide bomb attack at Redeem Christian church in Potiskum, Nigeria, Sunday, July 5, 2015. Witnesses say a woman suicide bomber blew up in the midst of a crowded evangelical Christian church service on Sunday and killed at least five people, the latest in a string of bombings and shooting attacks blamed on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram that has killed some 200 people in the past week. (AP Photo/Adamu Adamu)JOS, Nigeria (AP) — Two bombs blamed on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram exploded at a crowded mosque and an elite Muslim restaurant in Nigeria's central city of Jos, killing 44 people, officials said Monday.


    Two blasts hit the central Nigerian city of Jos on Sunday evening, one at a restaurant and another targeting a Muslim cleric who has disowned Islamist militant group Boko Haram, several witnesses said. Plateau State police spokesman Emmanuel Abuh confirmed there had been two attacks in Jos but had no further details immediately. "I saw people running out crying, some with bloodstains," said resident Bashir Abdullahi, describing the scene after he said a suicide bomber ran into the crowded restaurant.

    United States' Carli Lloyd holds the trophy after they defeated Japan 5-2 in the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer championship in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Sunday, July 5, 2015. (Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDITVANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — For a brief time Sunday night, Carli Lloyd's Wikipedia page listed her position as "President of the United States."


    'No' supporters celebrate their victory outside the parliament in Athens on July 5, 2015Asian stocks mostly fell Monday after Greek voters rejected more austerity demands from creditors, fuelling fears the country will crash out of the eurozone, but the euro rallied after Finance Minister Yannis Varoufakis announced his shock resignation. European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker was to speak to the European Central Bank (ECB) and eurozone finance ministers on Sunday and Monday.


    JOS, Nigeria (AP) — Official: 44 killed, 67 injured in bomb blasts at central Nigerian mosque, elite restaurant.

    Supporters of the No vote wave Greek flags after the referendum's exit polls at Syntagma square in Athens, Sunday, July 5, 2015. Greece faced an uncharted future as officials counted the results of a referendum Sunday on whether to accept creditors' demands for more austerity in exchange for rescue loans, with three opinion polls showing a tight race with a narrow victory likely for the "no" side. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned Monday, saying he was told shortly after Greece's decisive referendum result that some other eurozone finance ministers and the country's other creditors would appreciate his not attending the ministers' meetings.


    In this Saturday, June 27, 2015 photo, Mohammed al-Selek, 39, gives an interview to The Associated Press at his family house in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip. Al-Selek's life changed forever last July 30, when Israeli mortar shells slammed into his home in an overcrowded Gaza neighborhood, killing all his three children, his father and six other relatives. A year later, al-Selek, who lost his leg during the airstrike, still struggles to recover and come to terms with his family's loss in the 50-day Israel-Hamas war. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)SHIJAIYAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — After weeks of sharing cramped quarters with relatives during last year's war between Hamas and Israel, 39-year-old Mohammed al-Selek thought nothing of it when he heard the incoming roar of two mortar shells. But once a suffocating cloud of acrid smoke filled the stairwell, his heart sank — the family's home had been struck by Israeli fire.


    Houthi followers take part in a demonstration against the United Nations in SanaaSaudi-led air raids pounded the Sanaa headquarters of Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh's General People's Congress party late on Sunday, killing and wounding several people, witnesses and a party official said. The strikes coincided with a visit to the capital by the U.N. special envoy to Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, who is seeking to arrange a pause in fighting until the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on about July 17 to allow for deliveries of humanitarian aid. Saleh is an ally of the country's dominant Houthi movement.


    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A 36-year-old foreigner who arrived in the Philippines from the Middle East is under quarantine after testing positive for the MERS virus, health officials said Monday.

    The Shanghai market had plunged by almost 30% over the three weeks to Friday, prompting the government to intervene over the weekendThe benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.55 percent, or 20.32 points, to 3,666.60 as analysts questioned whether a 7.82 percent rally at Monday's open was sustainable. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, plunged 4.73 percent, or 99.31 points, to 1999.17. The Shanghai market -- which is partially insulated from the global financial system and was not focused on Greece Monday -- had plunged almost 30 percent over the three weeks to Friday, prompting the government to intervene over the weekend.


    Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, whose forceful denunciations of creditors alienated many of his euro zone colleagues, resigned on Monday, saying Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras believed it would help smooth the path to a new aid deal. With relations already frosty, Varoufakis infuriated Greece's European partners last week when he accused creditors of using "terrorism" against the Greek people to intimidate them into accepting more austerity. In a statement, Varoufakis said he had been "made aware" that some members of the euro zone considered him unwelcome at meetings of finance ministers, "an idea the prime minister judged to be potentially helpful to him in reaching an agreement".

    Former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa speaks to his supporters at his residence in MedamulanaBy Shihar Aneez COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's August elections have been timed to stop a comeback by war-time president Mahinda Rajapaksa, who remarkably may see his popularity rise in coming months if criticized for war crimes in a U.N report, said government sources. Rajapaksa's crushing of a 26-year Tamil Tiger insurgency in 2009 won him support among the country's Sinhalese majority and he still has a very strong following. A U.N. report on the last days of the war is due for release in September but an aide to President Maithripala Sirisena said diplomatic sources had warned it may be leaked in late August.     The possibility of an early release prompted Sirisena to call elections for Aug. 17 to give his ally Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe an edge and hopefully deny Rajapaksa any chance of a political resurgence, said sources close to Sirisena.


    People celebrate in central Athens on July 5, 2015 after the first exit polls of the Greek referendumEuropean leaders were on Monday scrambling for a response to a resounding "No" from Greek voters in a referendum on austerity which could send the country crashing out of the eurozone. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was to meet with French leader Francois Hollande in Paris after Greece overwhelmingly rejected international creditors' tough bailout terms Sunday. The pair spoke by telephone late Sunday, declaring the decision must "be respected" and calling for an emergency eurozone summit which European Union president Donald Tusk said would be held on Tuesday.


    In this June 1, 2015 photo, a worker walks across train tracks in a tunnel still under construction beneath Lake Mead near Boulder City, Nev. When operational, the three-mile-long tunnel and intake will allow the Southern Nevada Water Authority to draw water from Lake Mead even if its water level falls below the two current intakes. (AP Photo/John Locher)LAS VEGAS (AP) — It took $817 million, two starts, more than six years and one worker's life to drill a so-called "Third Straw" to make sure glittery casinos and sprawling suburbs of Las Vegas can keep getting drinking water from near the bottom of drought-stricken Lake Mead.