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In this photo taken from television Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsirpas delivers a televised address to the nation from his office at Maximos Mansion in Athens, July 1, 2015. Tsipras has vowed to push on with his plan for a referendum this Sunday on the recent proposals from the country's creditors.

Video Greece Offers New Bailout Concessions

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FILE - Fadila Efendic prays near memorial plaques at the Potocari genocide memorial center near Srebrenica, March 18, 2015.

UN Marks 20 Years Since Srebrenica Genocide

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FILE - A general view shows the Prosecutor General's office in Moscow, January 30, 2010.

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Near the start of a training exercise for London's emergency services, armed police officers stand near the Aldwych underground train station in London, June 30, 2015.

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A police vehicle drives past trucks backed up on the M20 motorway which leads from London to the Channel Tunnel terminal at Ashford and the Ferry Terminal at Dover, June 23, 2015.

New Channel Tunnel Chaos Attracts Would-Be Stowaways

Migrants seeking to slip into Britain seek to stow away on waiting trucks as labor protests by ferry workers brings traffic to a halt More



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Video Greece Signals Willingness to Negotiate If Creditors Make New Concessions

Greece stoked hopes for a negotiated solution to its debt crisis Wednesday when Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras issued a statement that his government might accept a European bailout if creditors were willing to make concessions. But European leaders said there can be no new negotiations until after Greece holds a national referendum on Sunday. Mil Arcega has more for VOA.