Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for July 15, 2015.
Obama: Nuclear deal makes 'world safer'
Speaking to reporters for the first time since Iran struck a deal with six world powers to dial back its nuclear program, President Barack Obama said the agreement "makes our country and the world safer and more secure," but admits he expects some challenges from skeptical U.S. lawmakers.
[Read more from NBC News]
Greek PM urges country to accept euro bailout
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is urging Greek politicians to accept the conditions of an €86 billion bailout deal offered by the eurozone. The beleaguered nation, which is on the brink of exiting the euro, has been offered the bailout on the condition it implements tax raises and increases the retirement age.
[Read more from the BBC]
Son of Aussie music star dies in cliff fall
The teenage son of Australian singer Nick Cave, leader of rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, died after falling from a cliff in England. The singer and his wife Susie described 15-year-old Arthur as "our beautiful, happy loving boy."
[Read more from Fox News]
50 million-year-old animal sperm discovered
The long, fragile remains of sperm cells were found preserved inside a 50-million-year-old fossilized cocoon of an unknown worm species in Antarctica – the oldest animal sperm ever found. Researchers from the Swedish Museum of Natural History happened upon the fossil by accident, and think it could provide a "hidden window to the past."
[Read more from the Washington Post]