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June 30, 2015
PRI's The World: 06/29/2015 Today we hear the latest on the debt crisis in Greece, how it's affecting day-to-day life for Greeks and how it could affect the US. We also bring you the background of the gunman who killed 38 people ? many of them tourists ? at a beach resort in Tunisia last week. Plus, our language desk has been finding out how sailors' slang from the era of galleons and pirates is still alive in contemporary English.
PRI's The World: 06/26/2015 Today is a landmark day for LGBT individuals in the US. We get global reaction to the US Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. Meanwhile, a string of terrorist attacks grabbed the world's attention. We hear the latest on the attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France. Plus, we bring you a story of some very brave graffiti artists in Honduras.
PRI's The World: 06/25/2015 Muslims the world over are fasting for the holy month of Ramadan. For Muslims in one Texas town, they can partake in a little BBQ when they break the fast. Also, we turn to Iraq where a special Kurdish army team is responsible for defusing Improvised Explosive Devices, or IEDs. Plus, we have a strange tale of the Israeli Army's pursuit of 18 cows.
Eurozone rejects Greek bailout appeal Eurozone finance ministers reject a Greek government call to extend its bailout, just hours before it expires and a payment to the IMF falls due.
Scores dead in Indonesia plane crash More than 100 are feared killed as a military transport plane crashes in a residential area of the Indonesian city of Medan, officials say.
Blatter to miss World Cup final Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not travel to Canada for the final of the Women's World Cup for "personal reasons".
Ballerina Misty Copeland counts herself lucky
From the archives: Our conversation with the history-making dancer.
The Greek debt crisis by the numbers
Marketplace's Paddy Hirsch explains the Greek debt crisis.
President Obama extends overtime pay to more workers
The proposal could mean bigger paychecks for up to five million workers.