BRUSSELS — Finance ministers of eurozone countries will continue to discuss the Greek bailout program on Sunday, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said early Sunday after the group’s 13-hour meeting. Greece
“We have had an in-depth discussion of the Greek proposals. The issue of credibility and trust was discussed, and also of course the financial issues involved,” Dijsselbloem said at the exit doorstep. (Eurogroup-Greece)
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LAGOS — At least 12 people were killed Friday in a night raid on a town in Nigerian’s northeastern Borno State by suspected Boko Haram militants, a security source said on Saturday.
The militants raided Ngamdu, a remote community along Maiduguri- Damaturu highway, said the source who requested anonymity. (Nigeria-Militants)
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N’DJAMENA — A suicide bomb attack on Saturday killed 16 people and injured 80 others in Chad’s capital N’Djamena, national police spokesman Paul Manga said.
Manga said the perpetrator was a man dressed as a women wearing a burqa, who detonated the explosives when police tried to arrest him at the southern entrance of the central market in N’Djamena around 9 a.m. local time. (Chad-Bombing)
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BERLIN — The German government was skeptical about Greece’s latest reform proposals and offered alternative options including a temporary “Grexit”, a newspaper reported on Saturday.
The German government regarded Greece’s proposals as “missing centrally important areas of reform to modernize the country and to advance on the long term economic growth and sustainable development.” (Germany-Greece-Debt Crisis) Enditem

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