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Greece Misses Debt Payment to IMF - What Next?

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On Tuesday June 30th, 2015, Greece joined third-world countries Somalia, Sudan and Zimbabwe in owing arrears to the IMF, after it failed to make a 1.5 billion-euro payment on its outstanding debt.

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Syriza and Governance - A Contradiction in Terms (Opinion)

In Greek, Syriza is called Συνασπισμός Ριζοσπαστικής Αριστεράς, meaning the Coalition of the Radical Left, and you'd better believe that the label fits.

A Jazz Singer's Tales - Upcoming Performance in Paphos, July 10th, 2015

sarah fenwick jazz singer cyprusYou're very cordially invited to enjoy the beautiful sounds of live jazz and blues with me, Sarah Fenwick, and my band 'Fly Me To the Moon', with guitarist Marinos Neofytou, drummer Stelios Xydias, bass player Andreas Rodosthenous, and saxophone player Achilleas Thomasides on July 10th, 2015 at the elegant Elea Estate in Paphos.

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Thought for Today - Whatever You Do Today, Do It with Love

Whatever you do today do it with love, you can always complain about what is happening but show today how it can be done differently. Be aware that you are the change this world needs and the more leadership you find inside of yourself the more equally you handle everyone around you.

A Closer Look At the IMF's Debt Paper on Greece - Analysis

Much has been made by the Greek government of the IMF's latest report on Greece, which says the country does need debt relief and the debt is not sustainable...now in July 2015...after a considerable change in economic circumstances compared to the the May 2014 review. But far from supporting Athen's negotiating positions, the report actually shows how badly the government has failed in its economic policies and responsibilities.

Tourists Cancel Trips to Thessaloniki, Retail Slumping - Report

The tourism industry in Thessaloniki has been hit by cancellation after cancellation, and the retail sector is slumping, with shopowners saying they may be forced to fire their staff, amid a banking sector shut down and economic crisis in Greece, reports Skai.gr.

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