Eurozone’s search for equilibrium - Gulf News ... question at the heart of the future of Europe’s ... then the culprits) prefigured the Greek debt ... One of the lessons of the Eurozone ... 07/24/2014 - 3:42 pm | View Link
Does anyone remember Cyprus? - Axis of Logic July 1974 coup d'etat led by Greek-Cypriot Nikos ... control, while the south secured its future with ... prosperity and inclusion in the ... 07/23/2014 - 9:37 am | View Link
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Impeach Obama! The United States Must Be a Paragon Among Nations - Executive Intelligence Review ... the nations of the world together around the common aims of mankind and our common mission towards the future of mankind on this planet and... 07/19/2014 - 6:48 am | View Link
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The bailout is back on: Hopes rise for future of the euro as Greeks stumble to fragile coalition With just two per cent of Europe’s GDP, Greece is a tiny country. But right now, the Greeks are holding the future of the eurozone in their hands. Today’s election – the second attempt to vote in a government to steer Greece towards reform and ... 06/17/2012 - 9:25 pm | View Link
Greek election may decide future in eurozone Greeks voted Sunday for the second time in six weeks in what was arguably their country's most critical election in 40 years, with the country's treasured place within the European Union's joint currency in the balance. Voters are deciding whether to ... 06/17/2012 - 4:11 am | View Link
Greek election may decide future in eurozone (CBS/AP) ATHENS, Greece - Greeks voted Sunday for the second time in six weeks in what was arguably their country's most critical election in 40 years, with the country's treasured place within the European Union's joint currency in the balance. Voters are ... 06/17/2012 - 2:34 am | View Link
Greek election kicks off with future of the eurozone in the balance Voting has begun in Greece for vital elections that could decide the indebted country’s future in the eurozone, with the outcome potentially breaking up the single currency. Head of Greece’s radical leftist SYRIZA party Alexis Tsipras casts his ballot ... 06/17/2012 - 12:37 am | View Link
Greek election: Polls open as eurozone’s future hangs in balance MILLIONS OF GREEK voters will cast their ballots today after polls opened in an election which could prove crucial to the future of the eurozone. The vote – the country’s second general election in six weeks – has been cast as effectively a ... 06/16/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Eurozone crisis The eurozone crisis (often referred to as the euro crisis) is an ongoing crisis that has been affecting the countries of the eurozone since early 2009, when a group ... 07/26/2014 - 1:11 am | View Website
Greece Greece, officially the Hellenic Republic (Ελληνική Δημοκρατία [eliniˈci ðimokraˈti.a] Ellīnikī́ Dīmokratía) and known since ancient times as ... 07/25/2014 - 6:23 pm | View Website
The Greek Crisis by Manfred Ertel Spiegel June 19, 2014 The Greek economy continues to suffer, but the country's shipowners are spending as though there were no crisis. 07/25/2014 - 5:32 pm | View Website
Greek government-debt crisis The Greek government-debt crisis (also known as the Greek Depression in reference to the Great Depression) is part of the ongoing Eurozone crisis triggered by the ... 07/25/2014 - 2:05 pm | View Website
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The announcement came hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to destroy Hamas' tunnel network with or without a cease-fire as the Palestinian death toll soared past 1,400.
In a statement released in New Delhi where Secretary of State John Kerry is traveling, the U. S. and United Nations said they had gotten assurances that all parties to the conflict had agreed to an unconditional cease-fire.
At least 1,441 Palestinians have been killed, three-quarters of them civilians, since hostilities began on July 8, according to Gaza health officials - surpassing the at least 1,410 Palestinians killed in 2009, according to Palestinian rights groups.
- Stocks fell sharply in Argentina on Thursday as the country defaulted on its bills for the second time in 13 years, raising fears the move could diminish foreign reserves, stoke inflation and drive the economy deeper into recession.
The Merval stock index was down nearly 7 percent in midday trading after Argentina walked away Wednesday evening from talks in New York, where a court-appointed mediator led negotiations with U.
 China's biggest restaurant operator with 4,600 outlets, KFC is pursuing Chinese consumers so avidly it opens two more every day.
The chain, based in Louisville, Ky., is reeling after a Chinese supplier was accused of selling expired beef and chicken to it, McDonald's and possibly other restaurant chains.
Global fast food chains are rushing to expand in China but even experienced operators face costly pitfalls in a fast-changing food supply industry plagued by repeated safety scandals.
Breakneck growth has strained the ability of companies to monitor thousands of farmers and meat processors, many of them small and remote, with incentives to cut corners, according to people who follow the industry.
The insurgents were no match for the Nazis, who turned their professional army and superior weaponry on the Poles, killing 200,000 fighters and civilians and razing the city in revenge.
The revolt also failed in its goal of reversing Allied political calculations that put Poland under Soviet domination for decades after World War II.
The courage of the fighters remains a defining memory in the Polish image of itself as a nation willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for freedom.
Bowing to Western demands would potentially spell political suicide for the Russian leader, who has built his popularity on standing up to the West.
When mass protests chased the Russian-leaning Ukrainian president from power in February, Putin saw it as a Western plot against Russia and quickly moved to annex Ukraine's Black Sea peninsula of Crimea to head off what he said was the imminent threat of Ukraine joining NATO.
Putin then sought to maintain pressure on the West by fomenting a pro-Russian insurgency that flared up in Ukraine's mostly Russian-speaking industrial east in April, apparently hoping that a slow-burning conflict would help persuade the West to strike a compromise that would allow Russia to keep Ukraine in its orbit.
Rescuers using earth-moving equipment and their bare hands dug through heavy mud and debris Thursday after a landslide engulfed an entire village in western India, killing at least 41 people and leaving about 100 missing and feared dead.
6 Gay therapy lawsuit: A gay Chinese man said Thursday he was suing a psychological clinic for carrying out electric shocks intended to turn him straight, as well as the search engine giant Baidu for advertising the center.
The center's executive director, Xin Ying, said some professional hospitals and private clinics in China still provide conversion therapy and that the group hopes the case at the Haidian District People's Court in Beijing will lead to a ban on the therapy.
7 Religious freedoms: A U.