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Thousands of people wait in the border between Greece and Macedonia. Families of refugees arriving from Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan board trains bringing them to Serbia. They hope to find a final destination in Germany or Sweden.
France and the Czech Republic stand out as countries where extramarital affairs, abortion and homosexuality are largely accepted.
The deal will need to be approved by eurozone finance ministers and national parliaments, European Commission explained.
Italy will receive the most aid - nearly 560 million euros, while Greece is to receive 473 million.
According to International Organization for Migration´s data published today, the Central Mediterranean route is the deadliest route for migrants.
Member of Angela Merkel’s ruling party CDU breaks discipline. Frank Heinrich argues the identity of Europe cannot only be based on the Euro currency.
Greece accepted the negotiation of a third bailout and immediate structural reforms. Parlamentarians of Syriza say the “deal is unacceptable”, and define it as a “coup.”
“Refugees are desperate and try to go to countries where they believe Human Rights are respected”, said UNHRC spokesperson María Jesús Vega in a interview. Summer will be a very critical season.
European officials say Greece could abandon the Euro. Tsipras celebrates “victory of democracy” and Finance Minister Varoufakis resigns to help new negotiations.
A UNHCR report explained how Europe is living through a maritime refugee crisis of historic proportions.
The Greek Evangelical Alliance issued a press release about the "very critical period" the country is facing. They have called a day of prayer and fasting for July, 3.
Greece’s banks are to remain shut for a week, and a referendum on the country's bailout conditions will take place next Sunday, 5 July.
Archbishop Ieronymos commented he was willing to help, as long as the money raised would go to pay the debt.Primer Minister Tsipras thanked him.
“We believe that the solution to the problem will not come through a shallow political messianism but through a spiritual awakening of our nation,” told president of the Greek Evangelical Alliance to Evangelical Focus.
Hours after the election, left-wing anti-austerity leader Alexis Tsipras gets support of nationalist party. Analysts describe election as “revolt of the young against the corrupt elites”.