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2015/07/06 07:14
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ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned Monday, saying he was told shortly after Greece's decisive referendum result that some other eurozone finance ministers and the...
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2015/07/06 06:15
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The 14 students of the New Democracy Movement have been detained because they had broken the law by defying a National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) order, Deputy Defence Minister Udomdej...
2015/07/06 05:56
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Greece voted overwhelmingly against a proposed EU bailout. This is what we know – and what we don't. Athens: In defiance of most of its media, its former leaders, and the unanimous urging of Europe's...
2015/07/06 05:49
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Defiant Greeks have overwhelmingly rejected international bailout terms by voting “NO” in Sunday’s referendum, putting their faith in their left-wing government despite warnings the result could lead...
2015/07/06 02:39
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Make quick 'possible' proposals for renegotiation: EU The European Union urged the Greek government to make "meaningful" and "possible" proposals in coming hours for renegotiation, following early...
2015/07/06 00:52
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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) � After two bailouts totaling 240 billion euros ($266 billion) and six years of depression, spending cuts and lost jobs, Greece teeters on the edge of collapse. How did it...
2015/07/06 00:16
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Public criticism of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has risen because of the arrest of the "Bangkok 14" students, followed by protests at the Bangkok Remand Prison and on social media. (Post...
2015/07/05 22:18
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The snap referendum announced by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday looked like it was going to be a nail-biting finish, and opinion polls straight afterward suggested No (Oxi) might win by a...
2015/07/05 21:56
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ATHENS: Greece's conservative opposition chief Antonis Samaras on Sunday (Jul 5) announced his resignation after the country was on course to soundly reject further austerity cuts in a referendum. "I...
2015/07/05 21:19
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REUTERS/Alkis KonstantinidisATHENS (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced he was stepping down as leader of Greece's conservative New Democracy opposition party after a strong...
2015/07/05 20:43
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As two cars roared past beeping their horns at the No vote win, Petros, 33, slapped his hand on his heart and smiled. “I’m just so relieved,” he grinned as he walked down a pavement that had been...
2015/07/05 17:56
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With early forecasts all telegraphing a modest victory for the "Oxis", barring some last minute miracle, the Varoufakis gambit - with some last minute assistance by the IMF - may succeed. What happens...
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
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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 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...
2015/07/04 13:15
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The anti-coup protest by a group of students at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok on June 25, 2015 has not only cost them more than seven days in jail but might also bring about some administrative...
2015/07/04 11:09
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The move, they say, was also about the desire of Syriza's radicals to pull big business back into state hands – a policy that Syriza's critics fear will turn Greece into Europe's answer to Hugo...
2015/07/03 19:03
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Athens - Greece's top administrative court ruled on Friday that a weekend referendum asking voters whether or not they support bailout conditions can go ahead, rejecting a challenge by two...
2015/07/03 18:43
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To most of his classmates, Seifeddine Rezgui was a diligent student chasing top grades as a route out of poverty. He was a hip-hop fan, clean-shaven with “hair like Michael Jackson”, often swept back...
2015/07/03 17:49
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Ahead of the referendum in Greece this Sunday, tensions have been building between the camp that intends to vote ‘yes’ and those determined to vote ‘no’. Basically, the question is do Greeks want to...
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