A government spokeswoman said drafting of the bailout accord, which requires approval from Greece's fractious parliament, would start on Wednesday.
Israeli governments frequently collapse over budget disputes as the multiple parties that traditionally make up coalitions fall out over their spending demands.
Graffiti in Hebrew reading "revenge" was scrawled outside, below a Star of David.
In Zimbabwe, the illegal killing of a lion is punishable by a mandatory fine of $20,000 and up to 10 years in prison.
Planned Parenthood said it broke no laws, because abortion providers are allowed to charge costs to cover expenses associated with fetal tissue donation.
The incident is the latest in a series of fatal police confrontations in the United States that have raised questions about law enforcement's use of force against minorities.
The march, which attracts thousands of participants, has long been a focus of tension between Israel's predominantly secular majority and the ultra-Orthodox Jewish minority, who object to public displays of homosexuality.
Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA): "I have never participated in any illegal activity or misappropriation of taxpayer dollars as an elected official."
America's infrastructure gets a boost — for three more months, while the political arguments continue.
"The Fed is taking baby steps towards a rate hike. Enough improvements have been made in the labor market that the Fed only needs a little more confirming evidence to say it is time," said ...
Tsipras faces a tough Syriza central committee session on Thursday with many activists angered by his acceptance of bailout terms more stringent than those voters rejected in a July 5 referendum.
The U.S. Senate is working to pass a three-month highway funding bill in the coming days as it finishes hammering out a longer-term blueprint for spending on the country's roads, bridges and transit.
Lord Sewel was in charge of standards and discipline in the upper chamber — and he has been filmed snorting what 'The Sun on Sunday' newspaper said was cocaine, with two prostitutes.
The White House is racing against time to resolve one of President Barack Obama's most intractable problems.
“This is going to help hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers, but this is going to do something else,” Governor Andrew Cuomo told a jubilant rally audience. “Because when New York acts, the rest of ...