'Oxi'. Greece has voted overwhelmingly to reject the financial lifeline proffered by Europe, choosing to roll the dice on its future rather than submit to more austerity economics.
Nick Miller Greece voted overwhelmingly against a proposed EU bailout. This is what we know – and what we don't.
Pallavi Singhal Hillary Clinton and Ellen DeGeneres have come to the support of a young boy online, after he expressed fears about his future due to his homosexuality in a comment to Humans of New York.
Megan Levy A man celebrating the Fourth of July holiday in the US has died after he tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, police say, the second man killed in strikingly similar accidents in the past week.
Rose Powell As the sun set in Australia on Sunday, the Greek people were taking part in a historic referendum that will result in further financial pain for the struggling nation and possibly an exit from the eurozone.
Peter Hannam The chances of a powerful El Nino event this year have just been raised by the tropical cyclones forming in the western Pacific.
Daniel Flitton Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has sought assurances from Nauru's President over upholding the rule of law on the island nation after several opposition MPs were arrested and others had passports seized.
Ruth Pollard It took some effort but the chief ISIS recruiter was eventually found to be the local dentist who had blackmailed young clients to join groups, Ruth Pollard reveals.
Philip Wen and Sanghee Liu Large industrialised cities, the engine room of modern China's surging economic growth, are proving the catalyst for an urgent shift in the government's environmental disposition.
Peter Munro His brother's golden throne was 2.5-metres high, but for his coronation King Tupou VI sat on a straight-back black wood chair, with a white cushion seat.