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Thursday, July 2, 2015
Long lines as banks reopen; new proposal weighed
Eurozone finance ministers were set to weigh Greece's latest proposal for aid Wednesday, hours after the country's international bailout expired without a deal, cutting it off from vital financing and deepening fears over whether it will be able to remain in the eurozone.
Lorenc Toska returned from Greece to his village in central Albania with empty hands and pockets. He had been working there hoping to secure a better life for his family back home, but the crisis in the neighboring country ruined his dreams.
"Default, dear Alexis, is not in our stars but in ourselves, that we are underlings," a character called, let's say, Varoufakis might have said in a latter-day Shakespearean play.
Thousands of pro-bailout supporters rally in Athens, seek PM's resignation
Thousands of people rallied in Athens Tuesday in support of a bailout deal with international creditors that has been rejected by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
Cash crunch looms over Tutankhamun's 'new home' in shadow of Giza pyramids
Egyptian curator Medhat Abdallah laughs when reminded of the "curse of Tutankhamun" as he cleans an ancient gilded bed found in the boy king's burial chamber nearly a century ago.
FDA weighs new restrictions on liquid nicotine products
Federal health officials are considering whether to require new warnings and child-resistant packaging on liquid nicotine formulas used with e-cigarettes and other emerging tobacco products.
From the shooting of sperm darts to post-coital cannibalism, there is not much that surprises researchers into the weird ways of animal sex.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
ATHENS, Greece -- Eurozone finance ministers were set to weigh Greece's latest proposal for aid Wednesday, hours after the country's international bailout expired without a deal, cutting it off from vital financing and deepening fears over whether it will be able to remain in the eurozone.
WASHINGTON -- The United States and Cuba have agreed to open embassies in each other's capitals, the biggest tangible step in the countries' historic bid to restore ties after more than a half-century of hostilities.
Greece is set to become the first developed nation to not pay its debts to the International Monetary Fund on time, as the country sinks deeper into a financial emergency that has forced it put a nationwide lockdown on money withdrawals.
  
  
  
  
  
  
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