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A man walks in central Athens, Monday, July 6, 2015. Greece’s finance minister has resigned following Sunday’s referendum in which the majority of voters said “no” to more austerity measures in exchange for another financial bailout. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
Greece, like this elderly man in Athens, is walking alone in the Eurozone. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

After Vote Win, Greek Leaders Face Pressure To Restart Talks, Get Cash

By Associated Press

Despite triumphing in a popular vote against austerity, Greece's leaders July 6 faced the urgent need to heal ties with European creditors and reach a financial rescue deal to prevent it from falling out of the euro — possibly within days.

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ECB Props Up Greek Banks

Banks Will Give Pensioners 120 Euros

Obama and Merkel: Gremainder is “Critical”

Hugo Dixon: Tsipras gambles Greece

By Constantine S. Sirigos

The Magic of Ilias Lalalounis Lives on in His Jewelry Museum

NEW YORK – When Ioanna Lalaounis and her three sisters enter a room, with or without their father’s beautiful jewelry, the well-educated and charming women turn heads,

By Antonis H. Diamataris

Greece Declares Sovereignty With Big Loud “NO”

Greeks showed Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras the only winner of the July 5 referendum, in which NO romped with more than 61 percent of the vote.

By Associated Press

Morning After: Greeks United, Proud Of Defiance

Tthere was pride and defiance in Greece after a lopsided victory for the "no" forces who want the Greek government to reject lenders for more austerity.

Bilirakis Maloney

Hellenic Congressional Caucus Doing What it Can to Help Greece

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As the crisis in Greece spirals to new levels of loss of control, these are “vexing days” for the Congressional Caucus on Hellenic Issues, a group of

FILE - In this photo taken on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis puts on his motorbike helmet as he leaves his office in Athens. Varoufakis resigned on Monday, July 6, 2015 saying he was told shortly after the Greek referendum result that the some eurozone finance ministers and Greece's other creditors would prefer he not attend the ministers' meetings.(AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza, File)

Varoufakis Brash To The End

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Greece's departing Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned July 6 with the same dramatic flair with which he served, provocative and pugnacious.

In this April 6, 2015 photo, Lucy Perez, of Charlotte, N.C., pumps gas at a station in Matthews, N.C. A slew of global economic and geopolitical factors are working to pummel the price of oil and set up U.S. drivers for very low gasoline prices later this year. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Crude Falls - Cheaper Gas This Fall

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NEW YORK  — A slew of global economic and geopolitical factors are working to pummel the price of oil and set up U.S. drivers for very low gasoline

Cyprus Backs Greek Debt Restructure

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Cyprus says it's the only bailed-out country in the 19-country Eurozone to support Greece's demand for restructuring its massive debt.

United States' Megan Rapinoe kisses the trophy after defeating Japan to win the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer championship in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Sunday, July 5, 2015.   (DARRYL DYCK/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

US Women Kickers Win World Cup

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Carli Lloyd scored three times as the U.S. women routed defending champion Japan 5-2 for the Americans' first World Cup championship since 1999.


Ancient City of Hierapolis


Meaning the “Sacred City,” Hierapolis was an ancient settlement located over thermal springs situated in southwestern Anatolia in modern day Turkey.

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