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.
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,
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.
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.
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
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