Yanis Varoufakis' decision comes a day after Greek voters rejected a new bailout deal.
Japan’s attempts had initially faced stiff opposition from South Korea, as many of the locations were sites of forced labor.
Markets around the world are weakening amid fears of a possible exit of Greece from the eurozone.
London police have been criticized for not arresting a man draped in an ISIS flag. Officials said wearing the flag was not an offence in itself.
Devon Staples' death is the first in Maine since the state legalized fireworks on Jan. 1, 2012, repealing a 1949 ban.
Some analysts said the moves appeared relatively minor, indicating there was no panic and investors remained focused on China's volatile markets.
Carli Lloyd's hat trick in the first 16 minutes set World Cup records and was the catalyst the U.S. women needed to win their first World Cup since 1999.
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