Yanis Varoufakis said that he had been made aware of a “preference” among eurozone negotiators for his “absence” from future talks in a statement on his blog. On Sunday, Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected sweeping new austerity measures, which were being pushed as a requirement before Greece receives further bailout funds. BuzzFeed News reporter Jim Waterson is in Athens.
Arthur Booth, 49, and Judge Mindy Glazer had an emotional reunion during a hearing in Miami.
The company’s French director general announced they were stopping the service Friday, as it awaits a decision by France’s Constitutional Council on its legality in September.
The Swiss Federal Office of Justice said it received formal extradition requests for seven men indicted on corruption charges.
The incident happened a kilometer off the coast of Ormoc City. Police filed a murder complaint Friday against the ferry’s owner and crew.
Militants affiliated to ISIS launched a wave of simultaneous attacks on military positions in the restive peninsula on Wednesday morning.
More than 500 people were injured at a Taipei water park when colored powder sprayed onto a crowd suddenly ignited on Saturday. On Monday, the officials confirmed the first fatality of the disaster.
Another 202 people were injured after a bomber blew himself up at a Shiite mosque in Kuwait City during Friday prayers.
The attack took place in the Air Products factory in the town of Saint-Quentin-Fallavier. French President Francois Hollande said one person was dead, and two were injured.
The Colombian Air Force found the “miracle” mother and child alive in the the country’s Choco province Wednesday after their light aircraft crashed on Saturday.
A long-awaited report from the United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry said both Palestinian fighters and Israeli forces may have broken international law during the 2014 conflict in the enclave. Israel and Hamas have both condemned the findings.
A car bomb was detonated outside the building, before gunmen attempted to enter. All lawmakers were reportedly evacuated safely, but at least 31 civilians were wounded. All six attackers were killed by security forces.
Federal investigators on Tuesday arrested Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem — also known as Decarus Thomas — in connection to the shooting at May’s “Draw The Prophet” contest in Texas.
The group’s Yemen affiliate released a video saying Nasir al-Wuhayshi had died in a U.S. strike.
Worshippers evacuated Saint-Donatien-et-Saint-Rogatien in Nantes, western France, as the blaze erupted during Monday mass.
Seoul has said the man — presumed to be a serviceman — walked across one of the world’s most heavily militarized borders — the first time someone has done so since 2012.
The former IMF chief and one-time French presidential hopeful has been found not guilty in France of procuring prostitutes.
The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome outbreak has been particularly deadly in South Korea, where 31 patients have died so far.
British scientist Sir Tim Hunt — a 2001 laureate in medicine — has apologized for comments he made at a conference in Seoul on Monday. He has since resigned from two prominent positions.
Free climber James Kingston – who used to be scared of heights — climbed up almost 400 feet to the summit of London’s biggest sporting landmark.