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International

France pushes for Greek bailout deal

France says it will do everything it can to help Greece reach a deal over its debt and remain within the eurozone, ahead of an emergency summit

Sports

Pakistan jump to 3rd place in ICC Test table

Pakistan has jumped three places to third in the ICC Test Championship table following a seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the third and final cricket Test in Pallekele on Tuesday

Environment

Scientists offer to brief MPs sceptical of human influence on climate change

A group of prominent Australian scientists has warned climate sceptic MPs against wasting time and parliamentary resources on an inquiry into the evidence of human influence on climate change

Health

Dementia support gaps 'fail patients'

Doctors have raised fresh concerns about the level of support people with dementia and their carers get from the NHS and social services in the UK

BD in Global Media

Trapped in Bangladesh's brick factories

Raffaele Petralla, a documentary photographer based in Rome, was struck by what he witnessed when he first arrived on the outskirts of Bangladesh's capital, living among the brick workers to get a real understanding of their difficult lives

Offbeat

Spiders can sail across water like ships

Spiders can sail across water like ships, using their legs as sails and their silk as an anchor. It's the kind of discovery that makes arachnophobes quiver

Education

College admission results finally published

The results of the first merit list for college admission for the academic session 2015-16 were finally published on Sunday midnight after a three-day delay caused by technical glitches