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World — In the space of just a few days, Europe threatened to unravel. On May 6, voters in France and Greece elected new leaders, rejecting attempts to impose what most analysts say are necessary austerity measures. The Dutch prime minister tendered his resignation a week earlier after his country failed to agree on budget […]

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CBS Money Watch — Greek party leaders are to resume power-sharing talks Monday as negotiations to create a government drag into a second week, raising the specter of fresh elections that could threaten the crisis-stricken country’s international bailout and its membership of the euro. President Karolos Papoulias has summoned party leaders back to negotiations at […]

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Mission News Network — It turns out, “austerity” is the kind of word that gets you fired if you’re a politician in Greece. Although lawmakers were trying to keep bailout funds flowing to keep the country from going belly up, voters didn’t like it. They said so on Sunday when parliamentary election results cut the […]

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