News Headlines - 29 June 2015

Greece Shuts Banks to Avert Collapse After ECB Freezes Support - Bloomberg Business

Greece will shut its banks Monday to avert a financial collapse after the European Central Bank froze emergency loans to the nation’s lenders.

Iran's saffron traders thrive in isolation - CNN.com

At $65 per gram for the highest quality crop, Saffron can actually cost even more than the precious metal. Its value has been kept permanently high by labor-intensive harvesting methods that require around 200,000 delicate red strands to be hand-picked from 70,000 Crocus Sativa flowers for each pound.

Fourth of July could attract terrorist attacks, says ex-CIA insider Michael Morell - CBS News

Warnings like Friday's advisory of potential attacks against the U.S. during the Fourth of July weekend are routine, says CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell, but said "there's nothing routine about this particular one to me."

Tunisia attack: National minute's silence for UK victims - BBC News

A national minute's silence will be held to remember victims of the Tunisian beach attack, David Cameron has announced.
The silence will take place on Friday 3 July at 12:00 BST, a week after the shooting which killed 38 people.

Petr Cech seals £10m Arsenal move and tweets goodbye to Chelsea fans | The Guardian

The Czech international, who claimed 13 major trophies including the Champions League while at Stamford Bridge, conceded he had slipped behind Thibaut Courtois in the pecking order last season and, with little prospect of that situation changing, decided it was time for a new start.








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