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Some Good News: Greek Jobless Rate Down, Stocks Up


Rocked by political instability and feuding over election of a Greek President that has made markets anxious, Greece's beleaguered coalition government got a smidgeon of good news with figures showing the jobless rate dropped and stocks rose after a plummet.

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Why Europe Votes and Backs Samaras

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By Associated Press

Fearing Terrorism, Sony Cracks, Shelves The Interview Film

Sony Pictures canceled the Dec. 25 release of The Interview after hackers threatened terrorists attacks and US multiplex chains pulled the film from its screens.

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NEW YORK – The marriage of Andrea Catsimatidis, 24, and Christopher Nixon Cox, 35, the grandson of Richard Nixon, is apparently about to end. Catsimatidis, the daughter of billionaire

Tsipras Happy

Tsipras Wants Debt Negotiated

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SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said that if elected as Prime Minister, he would negotiate debt relief with Greece's lenders but wants to stay in the Eurozone.

Raul Castro, Barack Obama

Cubans Excited Over US Deal Hopes

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Cubans cheered the surprise announcement that their country will restore relations with the United States, hopeful they'll soon see expanded trade.

Nicos Anastasiades

U.S. Supports Cyprus Talks

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Victoria Nuland, the United State's Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs visited Nicos Anastasiades, President of the Republic of Cyprus on December 16 at


Olympiakos Smothers Panionios, 2-0

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Kostas Mitroglou scored both goals in Olympiakos' 2-0 win over Panionios, moving the champions a point behind Greek league leader PAOK.

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Grace Keros' Coney Island in Detroit

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