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2015/07/07 17:52
2015/07/07 17:52
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Former prime minister Tony Blair was said to have been in favour of joining, but was reportedly over-ruled by then chancellor Gordon Brown, who said Britain had not met the strict criteria required...
2015/07/07 17:52
2015/07/07 17:52
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2015/07/07 16:46
2015/07/07 16:46
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Athens, Greece — For 55 needy Jewish families, a cash welfare payment is the only thing that gets them through the month. But when they came to the Athens Jewish Community last week for their July...
2015/07/07 14:19
2015/07/07 14:19
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... Messinis/AFP/Getty Images) The Greeks have made their choice. Faced with two painful alternatives, they chose to stand with their elected leaders and to reject overwhelmingly the harsh,...
2015/07/06 14:24
2015/07/06 14:24
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The unexpectedly strong No in the Greek referendum was a historical vote, cast in a desperate situation. In my work I often use the well-known joke from the last decade of the Soviet Union about...
2015/07/05 19:48
2015/07/05 19:48
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This article originally appeared on As Greece defaults and faces a referendum this Sunday on a new bailout package, watch Noam Chomsky on Europe’s “savage response” to the pushback against austerity...
2015/07/05 13:42
2015/07/05 13:42
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As Greeks voted in a referendum crucial to the future of the eurozone, a growing list of German and other European politicians sought to reassure them that – whatever the outcome – they would not be...
2015/07/05 10:10
2015/07/05 10:10
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No posters are everywhere in Athens (Pic: Socialist Worker) The outcome of Greece’s referendum on a proposed new austerity package was balanced on a knife edge as polls opened this morning,...
2015/07/05 05:45
2015/07/05 05:45
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Page 2 of 3 - Now most of Greece's debt is owed to its bailout creditors. While the creditors, notably the International Monetary Fund, have indicated that the debt load should be made more...
2015/07/05 04:19
2015/07/05 04:19
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A man begs next to “No” campaign posters ahead of Sunday’s referendum on July 3 in Athens. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) A small, peripheral country becomes ground zero for Europe’s...
2015/07/05 03:03
2015/07/05 03:03
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... - Despite having received 240 billion euros ($270 billion) in aid since 2010, Greece remains stuck in a debt crisis while other eurozone members once snared in the same trap have returned to...
2015/07/03 00:18
2015/07/03 00:18
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Drinks on the menu at Xuxu can be made into booze-free variations. Photo / Babiche Martens So you've decided to go Dry for July. Well done. Next question is what are you going to drink when you go...
2015/07/02 19:07
2015/07/02 19:07
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The problem – and let’s forget for a moment how many millions the profligate Greeks owe us – is that the No voters will vote for the same reason. They are patriotic and they want hope. And they are...
2015/07/02 08:18
2015/07/02 08:18
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I think there's probably less visible economic trauma than people expect, at least in Athens. There are queues for banks and the vestiges of five years of depression — shuttered shops and people...
2015/07/01 22:09
2015/07/01 22:09
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His city has had barely any investment in the last seven years, and with graffiti on every street corner and potholes in most roads, it is now badly in need of a facelift. Yet despite being...
2015/07/01 15:30
2015/07/01 15:30
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More than 18,000 protesters gathered in front of the Greek parliament last night (30 June) in the pouring rain, rallying for a 'Yes' vote in Sunday's referendum in favour of the latest austerity...
2015/07/01 11:56
2015/07/01 11:56
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The market may be scratching its head over the outcome of this Sunday's Greek referendum, soaring on the faintest trace of good news such as the report of Tsirpas' capitulation this morning then...
2015/07/01 06:08
2015/07/01 06:08
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By the time you read this article, the fate of Greece will have been sealed. Or will it? Notwithstanding the take-it-or-leave-it demands that have been made by the European Commission, the IMF and the...
2015/06/30 07:11
2015/06/30 07:11
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The Greek financial crisis and its broader implications have become stark as Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras announced the indebted country would not repay a €1.6 billion (A$2.34 billion) loan to...
2015/06/29 23:13
2015/06/29 23:13
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With Greeks standing in lines to get their money out of banks and the possibility that Greece will default on its loans and prompt the eurozone to teeter, stock markets worldwide plunged Monday. The...
2015/06/29 19:43
2015/06/29 19:43
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By Nikos Alivizatos The legislative decree that the government just issued changes in its favor the rules that apply for the carrying out referendums. It states that �if it is not possible to put...
2015/07/07 17:52
2015/07/07 17:52
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