VICE News Daily: Greece Threatens to Exit the Eurozone

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Kashmiri separatists ordered a general strike to protest against a series of recent killings, the Greek central bank threatened to exit the Eurozone if a financial deal can’t be reached, Cuba hosted negotiators from the FARC rebel group and Colombian government as peace talks resume in Havana, and Egypt reopened the Sadat metro station at Tahrir Square after a two-year closure.

Kashmiri Separatists Call Strike Following Killings
Shops and businesses shut down in a general strike after four activists were killed.

Central Bank Warns of ‘Grexit’ if Talks Fail
The country has until June 30 to repay a $1.8 billion debt unless it receives new funding.

Peace Talks Resume Between FARC and Colombian Government
The peace talks come amid an escalation of violence after the FARC ended a unilateral ceasefire in May.

Tahrir Square Metro Stop Reopens
Cairo reopened the Sadat metro stop at Tahrir Square after a 2-year closure.

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