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George Osborne appearing on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, 5 July 2015

Greece referendum: Britain 'not immune' to EU crisis, George Osborne warns as vote opens

The Chancellor says an emergency meeting will take place tomorrow, attended by the Bank of England's Mark Carney, to discuss the fall-out from Greece

A farmer works the field in the Domaine du Château de Gevrey-Chambertin vineyard in Burgundy

Unesco recognises the 'exceptional value' of a glass of red Burgundy - but other winemakers may not join in the applause

More than 1,000 tiny vineyards credited for their human achievement

Greece referendum result: How to find out whether Greeks voted yes or no on bailout deal

It could spell turmoil for Europe - here's how to find the result

Swedish minister gives strongest case yet on why EU should stop turning away asylum seekers

'These are our future doctors, political scientists, singers. Keep that perspective'

Supporters of the No vote react after the first results of the referendum at Syntagma square in Athens

Greece referendum: Greeks don't want to leave Europe, but Europe wants revenge on the Greeks

In the EU the majority is supposed to win, and is supposed to support the EU

Supporters of the 'No' campaign wave flags and react after the first results of the referendum at Syntagma Square, in Athens

Greece referendum: Official projections after polls close see 'no' vote winning by 61 per cent

The result will likely determine whether Greece stays in the Eurozone

Animal rights activists cover themselves in blood red paint to protest Pamplona bull fighting

200 to 300 bullfighters are injured every year in the traditional Spanish event

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Greece referendum: What happens if the Greek people vote Yes – or No

'Yes' could mean a new government, 'No' that the euro zone loses a member

By insisting it keep on trying to pay its debts, some argue, Germany seems to be intent on punishing Greece

Greece referendum: The Monty Python sketch that (sort of) explains the Greek debt crisis

It all comes down to a football match between Greek and German philosophers

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Biology teacher accused of killing rabbits in front of pupils in Austrian school

Reports say the teacher is known for his 'unorthodox teaching methods', but he denies the rabbits were killed in front of students

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Greece referendum: Varoufakis accuses EU creditors of 'terrorism' as Greeks go to the polls

Vote comes amid fears a 'no' vote could lead to 'Grexit' and economic chaos

Frauke Petry has a reputation for appearing entirely reasonable while supporting the xenophobic far right

Frauke Petry appointed AfD's new leader as German Eurosceptics turn to the right

The AfD made big gains in regional elections in eastern Germany last year

Ramiz Nukic scouring the nearby woods

Srebrenica: A son's quest amid the bones of Europe's worst massacre since World War Two

Ramiz Nukic lost his father and brother when the town was overrun in 1995

Yukiya Amano, director-general of the IAEA, in Vienna on Saturday

Iran nuclear talks: World powers edge closer to agreement on sanctions relief

Iran is in talks with the US, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia

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