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In Greece, breadwinners struggle to support their kin

by Stephen Beard Jul 21, 2016
Widespread unemployment left some Greeks as sole breadwinner for their families
People sitting outside of a restaurant in Greece. 
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Greeks in crisis

In Greece, business people see some improvement

by Stephen Beard Jul 21, 2016
A publisher and a travel agent reflect a year after the peak of the debt crisis.
Greece has an unemployment rate of 25 percent.
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Greeks in crisis

Greece's entreprenuers have mixed feelings on their economy

by Stephen Beard Jul 20, 2016
A florist and a tech start-up guy have diverging views on their prospects.
Protesters demonstrate in front of the Greek parliament in Athens during the crisis in 2011.
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Greeks in crisis

Two voters in last year's Greek referendum reflect

by Stephen Beard Jul 20, 2016
The views of two women who voted differently on Greece accepting creditors' terms.
A Greece bailout referendum took place last year amid economic turmoil in the country.
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What teachers in Greece think about the latest bailout

by Kai Ryssdal May 26, 2016
Many students don’t see a future for themselves in Greece, according to two educators.
Hundreds of school pupils demonstrate in central Athens on November 2, 2015, protesting against staff, books and infrastructure shortages. The union of secondary school teachers, OLME, was holding a three-hour stoppage to participate in the protest, demanding funds for education. 
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European Union finance ministers focus their attention on Greece bailout

by Tracey Samuelson May 23, 2016
Greece has a fresh round of austerity measures, but there's still disagreement over its debt relief.
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Former Greek finance minister wants to keep Europe out of an economic ‘abyss’

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 27, 2016
Yanis Varoufakis talks about his new book: “And the Weak Suffer What They Must?: Europe's Crisis and America's Economic Future.”
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis presents his ministry's new secretaries at a press conference in Athens on March 4, 2015. Strapped for cash and under pressure to deliver on reforms, Greece's new radical government has ruffled feathers in Brussels by not respecting the diplomatic niceties of the negotiating table.
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BBC Roundup: Migrants break Greek border fence, India boosts farming

by Donna Tam Feb 29, 2016
There’s lots of turmoil overseas, particularly with the refugee crisis in Europe and trouble in the markets. But there is one bright spot in recent news — India’s economy continues to grow. Here’s a look at today’s global news from…
An Indian farmer lifts a basket loaded with cauliflowers in a field in Rasalpur village.
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Greece — crisis abating or more trouble ahead?

by Stephen Beard Nov 12, 2015
The government is supporting a strike against government austerity measures.
Greeks in crisis

Greece prepares for general election Sunday

by Stephen Beard Sep 18, 2015
Many Greeks are frustrated by a still-weak economy.