The 10 most important things in the world right now

RTX1J1PEREUTERS/Gary CameronThe Lincoln Memorial is seen bathed in red light during the annual Fourth of July fireworks on the National Mall in Washington July 4, 2015.

Hello! Here’s what you need to know for Monday.

1. Greece rejected the latest bailout deal from European creditors in Sunday’s snap referendum, with more than 60% of Greeks voting “No” to the terms of a package that would see greater austerity measures implemented.

2. The leaders of Germany and France called for an emergency EU summit on Tuesday to discuss the outcome of the Greek referendum.

3.The US women’s national team beat Japan 5-2 to win the Women’s World Cup final, the team’s first World Cup title since 1999.

4. The US, Britain, China, France, Germany, and Russia will make a final push meet the July 7 deadline for a nuclear agreement with Iran as the two sides remain divided on issues such as lifting economic sanctions and Iran’s research and development of advanced centrifuges.

5. Photos show Fidel Castro looking alive and well during during a visit to cheese experts this weekend, the former Cuban president’s first reported public appearance in three months.

6. FIFA president Sepp Blatter alleges former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and former German President Christian Wulf tried to influence votes before Russia and Qatar were selected to host the World Cups.

7. Pope Francis kicked off his week-long tour of South America, in which he will visit Ecuador, Bolivia, and Paraguay to deliver speeches that focus on poverty and inequality.

8. At least 10 militants were killed in more than a dozen US-led airstrikes over the weekend on the Islamic State group’s stronghold of Raqqa in eastern Syria.

9. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused China of trying to “hack into everything that doesn’t move in America,” including stealing commercial secrets from defence contractors and government information.

10.New York prison escapee David Sweat, who was captured after a three-week manhunt, has been moved from a hospital where he was being treated for gunshot wounds to a prison cell, where he will be locked up alone for 23 hours a day.

And finally…

Britain’s Princess Charlotte was christened in a ceremony on Sunday, only the second time she’s been seen in public since birth.

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