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Greece plunges further into deep crisis today as the country looks set to default on its €1.6bn repayment to the IMF, putting its membership of the euro in doubt.

TODAY'S NEWS

A Tunisian police officer stands guard ahead in front of the Imperial Marhaba hotel.
Tunisia Massacre: Atrocity on the beach sees Ireland fully involved in terror scenario

Three murdered Irish tourists were ordinary people on a summer holiday, who were just hours away from flying home, when Seifeddine Rezgui took to Marhaba beach armed with an assault rifle and grenades and massacre of the innocent on his mind, reports Cormac O’Keeffe.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

Markets calm, but concern now switches to referendum

The shutting of bank doors in a eurozone country yesterday may not have riled markets, but there is no doubt that Europe’s big powers and Greece’s official creditors — the IMF and the European Central Bank — are still taking serious risks.

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