Greeks in last-ditch rally to stay in the eurozone
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Greeks in last-ditch rally to stay in the eurozone

With Greece once again on a knife edge over whether it will leave the euro,…

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No deal on Greek debt eurozone leaders schedule crisis summit for Monday
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No deal on Greek debt eurozone leaders schedule crisis summit for Monday

It comes as no surprise that the meeting of European finance ministers has ended with…

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No deal on Greek debt eurozone leaders schedule crisis summit for Monday
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No deal on Greek debt eurozone leaders schedule crisis summit for Monday

It comes as no surprise that the meeting of European finance ministers has ended with…

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Waterloo re-enactment kicks off in Belgium
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Waterloo re-enactment kicks off in Belgium

It’s been two hundred years since Britain and her allies defeated Napoleon Bonaparte on the…

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Greeks protest against Grexit, day after anti-austerity rally
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Greeks protest against Grexit, day after anti-austerity rally

A day after an anti-austerity rally in Athens, Greeks are back in the streets this…

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America’s legacy of inter-racial violence stripped bare
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America’s legacy of inter-racial violence stripped bare

It has been 50 years since unarmed marchers from Selma, Alabama set out in defiance…

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Charleston church shooting suspect arrested after huge manhunt
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Charleston church shooting suspect arrested after huge manhunt

The suspect in the Charleston church shooting, Dylann Roof, 21, has been arrested by police…

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Regional powers fight bloody chess game in Yemen
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Regional powers fight bloody chess game in Yemen

Yemen is a regional proxy battleground between Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia and Shia Muslim Iran.…

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Greece’s ambulance service in need of a lifeline
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Greece’s ambulance service in need of a lifeline

Though Greece’s economic health may be stealing the headlines, the national health service itself is…

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UN says 60 million people uprooted due to war and persecution
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UN says 60 million people uprooted due to war and persecution

Hundreds Syrian refugees have passed through the Turkish border town of Akcakale on their way…

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