News Headlines - 01 July 2015

Greek PM Says Country Will Accept Bailout

Greece wants to keep a reduced level of VAT for its islands, delay an increase in pension age and delay the phasing out of a supplement for some retired people.

Eurozone inflation slows to 0.2% in June - BBC News

The eurozone's inflation rate dipped slightly from 0.3% in May to 0.2% in June, according to official figures.
The reading marks the second month of a return to inflation after five months of flat or falling prices.

Data roaming charges to end in EU within two years - BBC News

Data roaming charges are set to be abolished within the European Union by June 2017, it has been announced.
The ban will be preceded by a 14-month interim period, in which companies can still add surcharges - but at a reduced rate.

Isis claims attacks on Egyptian army checkpoints as dozens dead in Sinai | The Guardian

Islamic militants have killed at least 38 soldiers in a wave of simultaneous attacks, including a suicide car bombing, on Egyptian army checkpoints in the Sinai peninsula, security and military officials said.

Japan's Nishikori pulls out of Wimbledon with calf strain | Reuters

Japanese fifth seed Kei Nishikori pulled out of Wimbledon before his second round match on Wednesday after failing to recover from a calf strain.









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