- Voters in Greece overwhelmingly rejected the terms offered by its creditors in order to keep borrowing money. The prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, called it a "brave choice." The finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, who clashed with European negotiators, resigned, as Greece looks to reopen talks with its creditors.
- The American people "deserve a wall," Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said in an event in San Francisco, where an illegal immigrant deported multiple times has been accused of murder. A lawyer for Trump, meanwhile, claimed NBC was in breach of contract for dropping the Miss Universe pageant over Trump's previous comments about Mexican immigrants. Rick Perry became the latest Republican to distance himself from Trump over his "offensive" comments.
- A suicide bomber in the Nigerian village of Potiskum killed four congregants and a priest in a local church, bringing the death toll in the country this week to 200.
- More than a million people are expected to attend Pope Francis' Mass in Ecuador, his first in South America.
- The comet Philae could be home to alien life, according to scientists who landed a probe on the celestial object.
- The United States defeated Japan, 5-2, in the Women's World Cup final.
- The last episode of HBO's True Detective gives new hope to fans of Game of Thrones' Jon Snow.
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