International Monetary Fund "solid and strong" despite Greek debt, says managing director Christine Lagarde

Greek pensioners worried over capital controls

Why Hongkongers still join July 1 march after Beijing-backed election plan was rejected

Japanese gather to watch an extra second being added to the country's standard clock

International Monetary Fund "solid and strong" despite Greek debt, says managing director Christine Lagarde

July 2, 2015

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says if Greece leaves the Eurozone, the IMF will continue to engage with Athens in hopes of reform. (Photo: Reuters) 

Greek pensioners worried over capital controls

July 2, 2015

Pensioners on the Greek island of Mykonos say they are angry about the effects of capital controls, and worried for their future after Greece defaulted on a loan with the IMF. 

Why Hongkongers still join July 1 march after Beijing-backed election plan was rejected

July 1, 2015

Observers said the turnout for this year's July 1 pro-democracy march - the first since last year's Occupy sit-ins - appeared to be the lowest for some years, with some blaming protest fatigue and the lack of an obvious goal after the government's political reform plan was rejected. (Photo: SCMP's May Tse) 

 

Japanese gather to watch an extra second being added to the country's standard clock

July 1, 2015

Crowds gather to watch an extra second being added to Japan's standard clock, in line with a UN body decision to harmonize atomic time. (Photo: AFP)