"We have a complicated situation… We were not able to stitch it together to a final deal. That was a blow I think to everybody involved, and the question is what we can do now," Eide told reporters in Nicosia.
Athens "announces today that it intends to offer new euro-denominated fixed rate notes due 2022," the finance ministry said in a statement.
First post-Brexit-vote IMF forecast follows weaker-than-expected performance in first 3 months of 2017
Earnings before tax, or net profit, rallied 55 percent to 397 million euros ($463 million) in the three months to June 30 from a year earlier, Ryanair said in a results statement.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said it had agreed last November to help relocate the boatpeople to the United States on the basis that Canberra would accept some of them who have links to Australia.
Energy firms' shares down
In addition to the dead, there were 28 injured -- 20 of them severely -- who were being treated at seven local hospitals, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus and Fire Chief Charles Hood told reporters.
The walk-out comes as violent and sometimes deadly protests continue amid a political and economic crisis that has led to shortages of basic goods and soaring inflation.
At present people have no option but to take lifelong, daily doses of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) which keeps the HIV virus under control, but does not kill it.
OIC decried Israel's closure of Al-Aqsa mosque and installation of metal detectors at mosque gates
Jason Greenblatt's visit comes after more than a week of tensions over the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount and central to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The tour is part of Erdogan's efforts to solve the Gulf crisis
"An (Israeli) tank targeted a post belonging to the Hamas terror organisation in the southern Gaza Strip" in the early hours of the morning, the army said in a statement.
Beginning with Saudi Arabia, Turkish president's 2-day Gulf tour amid Qatar crisis continues with Kuwait
A second Jordanian was wounded "in a shooting at a residential building inside the compound of the Israeli embassy," the police said in a statement.
The migrants, mostly Africans and including two women and four children, were spotted off the coast of the capital Tripoli.
There was no claim of responsibility for the attack
French President Emmanuel Macron will host the meeting, the presidency said in a statement on Monday.
Edgar Lungu expels ruling party members for insubordination, including one potential challenger for his seat
Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover on Monday, July 24, 2017.
Philippine president in his address to nation says he is not afraid of international condemnation
Officials say police were target of blast that rocked northeastern city
Shinzo Abe expected to reshuffle Cabinet to shore up support as he aims for third term in 2018
Dramatic footage circulating on social media showed the riverside pagoda sinking into the flood waters in Magway region, with shocked bystanders looking on as its golden spire collapsed beneath the waves.
More than 40 people injured as suspected suicide car bomb targets bus carrying government staff
‘On the whole it will be frank, challenging, realistic but hopeful,’ spokesman says
Turkish presidential aide says leaders agree on mediation to find solution in Gulf region
Treaty saw establishment of modern Turkey after War of Independence
At least 6 PKK terrorists also killed in air-backed operations in Sirnak province
Borsa Istanbul's BIST 100 index rises 0.35 percent on opening, US dollar/Turkish lira rate stands at around 3.53
Talks to focus on Turkey’s bid to join EU as well as counterterrorism, migration and visa liberalization
Emmanuel Macron to host mediation meeting between Libya's UN-backed premier, military rival
Thousands of Polish people demonstrated over amendments to widen government's authority over judiciary