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Anti-government 'Yes' gains ground ahead of crucial Greece poll

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's government is asking Greece's voters to vote "No" in a weekend referendumA new survey Friday ahead of Greece's make-or-break weekend referendum showed a swing against the government to a 'Yes' result, amid a sense of crisis fuelled by cash rationing and burgeoning protests. The poll by Greece's Alco institute said 44.8 percent of Greeks intend to vote 'Yes' and 43.4 percent are for 'No' -- making it the first published survey to give a lead to the 'Yes' vote ahead of Sunday's ballot. Tsipras argues a 'No' would strengthen his hand in negotiating better terms from Greece's international creditors, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Commission and the European Central Bank (ECB).



The Latest: High court hears case against referendum

A Greek flag flies atop the parliament building as demonstrators from the Greek Communist party gather during a rally supporting the no vote for the upcoming referendum in Athens, Thursday, July 2, 2015. The battle for Greek votes entered full swing Thursday ahead of a crucial weekend referendum that could decide whether the country falls out of the euro. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)ATHENS, Greece (AP) ? The latest news on Greece's financial woes (all times local):



China hunts for 'manipulators' as stocks tumble

An investor walks past as information displayed on an electronic screen at a brokerage house in ShanghaiChinese stocks tumbled again on Friday, taking the week's losses to more than 10 percent, as the securities regulator said it was investigating suspected market manipulation and announced a slew of measures aimed at heading off a full-blown crash. After a slump of nearly 30 percent in Chinese stocks since mid-June, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has set up a team to look at "clues of illegal manipulation across markets". After market close, a CSRC spokesman said China would cut initial public offerings and capital raisings and support long-term investors entering the market to help stabilize prices.



Insurer Aetna to buy Humana in $37B deal

FILE - In this Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, file photo, a sign for Aetna Inc., sits atop a building at the company headquarters in in Hartford, Conn. Health insurer Aetna Inc. has made a deal to buy competitor Humana Inc. in a $37 billion deal the companies say would create the second-largest managed care company, it was announced Friday, July 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) ? Health insurer Aetna Inc. has made a deal to buy competitor Humana Inc. in a $37 billion deal the companies say would create the second-largest managed care company.



Rarely seen color photos by Robert Capa in Budapest exhibit

The 1951 photo by Robert Capa provided by the International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos shows a Lapp family in Norway. Rarely seen color photographs by Robert Capa, born Endre Friedmann, the legendary Hungarian photographer best known for his battlefield pictures from the Spanish Civil War and World War II, especially D-Day, are being shown for the first time in Europe at the Budapest institution which bears his name. (Robert Capa/International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos via AP)BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) ? Rarely seen color photographs by Robert Capa, the legendary Hungarian photographer best known for his battlefield pictures from the Spanish Civil War and D-Day, are being shown for the first time in Europe at the Budapest institution which bears his name.



Solar-powered plane due to land in Hawaii after 5-day flight

FILE - In this Monday, June 29, 2015, file photo, the Solar Impulse 2 flies over Nagoya Airport after taking off in Toyoyama, near Nagoya, central Japan. The solar-powered plane, journeying around the world without fuel, depending on the weather is expected to land in Hawaii early Friday morning, July 3, 2105.(Kyodo News via AP, File) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDITHONOLULU (AP) ? An airplane powered by the sun is scheduled to land in Hawaii Friday after a five-day journey across the Pacific from Japan.



Pact with devil? California farmers use oil firms' water

Californian farmers have dealt with a devastating four-year drought, with temperatures frequently exceeding 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in the summerDriving into the parched region around Bakersfield, in the western US state's fertile Central Valley, it is evident how closely the agriculture and oil industries are related. Eighty percent of the state's oil production and 45 percent of the farming industry is concentrated in a single county, Kern County, said Madeline Stano of the Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment. In a bid to diversify supplies, the Cawelo Water District, a cooperative financed by local farmers, has for 20 years used waste water from oil companies.



Insurer Aetna agrees to buy competitor Humana in deal valued at $37BHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) ? Insurer Aetna agrees to buy competitor Humana in deal valued at $37B.
Srebrenica survivor brings solace in quest for human bones

In this photo taken on Thursday, June 25, 2015, Bosnian Ramiz Nukic walks through ferns on a hill above his house, in the village of Kamenice, near Srebrenica, 150 kms northeast of Sarajevo looking for human remains. There?s rarely a day in which Nukic does not find the remains of at least one murdered boy or man, even 20 years after the Europe?s worst massacre since World War II. Srebrenica?s killing fields swallowed up 8,000 bodies, and the murderers took pains to hide evidence of the genocide. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)SREBRENICA, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) ? Day after day, Ramiz Nukic goes into the woods around Srebrenica in search of a tragic quarry: human bones.



Russia waits in wings as Greek debt crisis deepensRussian President Vladimir Putin must be finding it hard to contain a wry smile as the European Union struggles with Greece's debt problems. Events are playing into his hands by diverting attention from the conflict in Ukraine and offering him a chance to exploit differences in the EU which might undermine unity on sanctions against Russia over Ukraine. Russia's fragile economy would certainly not escape unscathed if Greece left the euro zone or the EU, and the crisis could serve as a worrying lesson for Moscow as it builds its own political and economic bloc with other former Soviet republics.