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  1. US treasury urges Greece to reach debt dealRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Times of India

    It is no stranger to controversy for supporting liberal causes around the world, may find itself at the receiving end of some tough questions in India. Govt has decided to outsource the Swachh Bharat publicity to a professional agency for the next 4 years and has earmarked nearly Rs 200-cr for this.

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  2. strawberriesRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | TrekEarth

    A scene from Monastiraki Square, downtown Athens. It's one of the busiest places in the city and outside its metro station there are three fruit stalls with delicious fresh fruit.

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  3. Greece seeks solution of debt crisis within the EU: Greek PMRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Greece seeks a solution to the debt crisis within the European Union, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Friday during a meeting with visiting Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades. In regards to Greece's ongoing negotiations with lenders on the terms of further financing to keep Greece afloat and within the eurozone, Tsipras said in joint statements to the press that his government considered the crisis as a European one and was seeking "a solution within the EU."

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  4. Minoan Crete and SantoriniRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Crete is a fascinating destination for a cultural and historic tour. It offers a wealth of sites that reflect its ancient Minoan culture, dating back some 4500 years, as well as the more recent influences of Byzantine and Venetian times that contributed to its architectural beauty, particularly in the magnificent harbour towns of Rethymnon and Chania.

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  5. Greece seeks solution of debt crisis within EURead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Greece seeks a solution to the debt crisis within the European Union , Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Friday in a meeting with visiting Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades. The Cyprus issue, EU relations, economy and regional cooperation was at the top of the agenda of their talks.

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  6. European central banks urge ditching Greek assets, as default fears mount - mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Russia Taday

    Some European central banks have reportedly called on Greek bank subsidiaries operating in their jurisdiction to cut their exposure to Greek assets to avoid fallout should the country go into default. The central banks of Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have demanded Greek banks' subsidiaries minimize their exposure to Greek bonds, loans, treasury bills, and deposits, should the talks between Athens and its international creditors fail, reports the Greek newspaper Kathimerini .

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  7. Greek bonds head for worst week since January, weigh on peripheryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EKathimerini

    Greek bond yields were set for their biggest weekly rise since the end of January on Friday and investors shed other low-rated debt as a stalemate between Athens and its international lenders threatened to bankrupt the country in the coming days. As the Greek government mixed a tone of defiance with some willingness to compromise with international lenders, prospects have dimmed that Athens can strike a reform deal at a meeting next Friday to unlock much-needed bailout funds.

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  8. Varoufakis warns creditors of possible Greece defaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EKathimerini

    Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, in an interview with the Huffington Post, indicated that Greek authorities could default if the country's creditors retain a tough stance in negotiations and leave authorities with no other choice. Responding to question about whether it would be possible for Greece to default and still stay on the euro, Varoufakis pointed out that Greece had previously defaulted in 2012, suggesting that Greece may respond in the same way if it cannot reach a new deal with its creditors by April 24. "It has already happened," Varoufakis said.

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  9. Celestyal Cruises Kicks off Mediterranean Cruise Season with SavingsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Travel World News

    This special discount is valid on new bookings received through June 30, 2015 and applies to the cruise-only fare . The 20% special bonus savings will also be applied to the SMART rates discounts as long as they remain in effect.

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  10. Author Re-Releases Her Historical Lesbian Romance Novel - "In the Blood of the Greeks"Read the original story

    Yesterday | PR.com

    Author Mary D. Brooks is pleased to announce the re-release of her historical fiction novel, "In the Blood of the Greeks." This historical lesbian romance takes place in war ravaged Greece.

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  11. WWI Canadian nurses honored on Greek island of LemnosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | EKathimerini

    These days, itA's easy to forget the role that the northeastern Aegean island of Lemnos played in the First World War. However, with the centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign coming up on April 25, that looks set to change.

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  12. Lagarde: No grace for Greece on repayment delayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Deutsche Welle

    International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has rebuffed talk of Greece obtaining a delay on its debt payments to the Fund. Her remarks came at a meeting with the World Bank in Washington.

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  13. a theatre and a museumRead the original story

    Thursday | TrekEarth

    The theatre of Dionysus and the new Acropolis museum to the south of the Acropolis. The Theatre of Dionysus : The Theatre of Dionysus Eleuthereus is a major open-air theatre and one of the earliest preserved in Athens.

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  14. Clinton Foundation limits foreign donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Politico

    It also announced plans Wednesday to suspend its overseas conferences - including the one in Athens - beginning in June as part of a set of reforms aimed at quieting complaints that the charitable organization's fundraising activities could compromise Hillary Clinton's independence as she runs for president. The restrictions are sure not to satisfy all of the foundation's critics, including those who had called for it to stop taking all money from foreign governments and even to return funds it accepted from them in the past.

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  15. Six vacation spots where you'll save big bucksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | USA Today

    Corfu Holiday Palace, Greece: Greece's economic woes may be bad news for the country, but good news for you -- and you don't have to feel so guilty, because your visit can only help strengthen the faltering economy! If you're beach-bound, skip the pricier Cyclades and opt for one of the Ionian Islands, like Corfu. Here, visitors can find numerous inexpensive all-inclusive resorts, beautiful beaches and cheap street eats -- a delicious gyro will only set you back a few bucks.

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  16. Author Re-Releases Her Historical Lesbian Romance Novel - In the Blood of the GreeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | CNN

    Author Mary D. Brooks is pleased to announce the re-release of her historical fiction novel, In the Blood of the Greeks. This historical lesbian romance takes place in war ravaged Greece.

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  17. Greece casts shadow as ECB's QE boosts euro zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | RTE.ie

    European Central Bank policymakers have sanctioned further emergency funding for Greece's banks, a banking source said, amid clear signs that the wider euro zone economy is picking up. This means its President Mario Draghi will be able to claim an early success for the 60 billion a month money printing scheme the ECB launched last month.

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  18. Greece casts shadow as ECB money printing buoys eurozoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | EKathimerini

    European Central Bank policymakers may sanction possible further emergency funding for Greece's banks on Wednesday amid the first clear signs that the wider eurozone economy is picking up. With an ECB survey showing banks expecting the strongest demand for company loans in over a decade, President Mario Draghi will be able to claim an early success for the bank's newly launched 60 billion euros-a-month money printing scheme.

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  19. a rock with a view IVRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | TrekEarth

    A view to the south east of the Acropolis of Athens. It includes three important and popular landmarks of the city: 1. Off centre to the left is the Arch of Hadrian The Arch of Hadrian , most commonly known in Greek as Hadrian's Gate , is a monumental gateway resembling A- in some respects A- a Roman triumphal arch.

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  20. What to Pack: 2 Weeks in Greece and Turkey, Plus a Work ConferenceRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | EmilyStyle

    Researching this post made me so nostalgic for our month in Greece last year that I had to run out to get a lamb gyro for lunch! Shannon from Madison, Wisconsin is headed off for a two week vacation in Greece and Turkey this summer. Crystal blue water, whitewashed beach villas, meze platters galore...and a business conference to boot.

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