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1 Asian currencies rallied, paring this week's losses, after Greece scrapped plans for a referendum that put its bailout in jeopardy, fueling investor appetite for emerging-market assets.
2 Turkey has eight European and Asian countries as neighbours: Bulgaria and Greece on the west; Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan on the northeast; Iran on the east; and Iraq and Syria on the south.
3 The Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Parthenon in Greece, the downtown police station in Venice.
4 Alexander the Great beat every opponent between Greece and India.
5 This includes our closest Allies - nations like the United Kingdom, France, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Turkey - all of whom have fought by our sides for decades.
6 invasion of the Romans in Greece, instead of influencing the Greeks, they adapted the culture.
7 Greeks - and Greece - may have lived beyond their means for decades, but as they point out, so did many others, including Americans.
8 Greeks say that the very name Macedonia implies territorial claims to a part of Greece.
9 Even if the technocrats of Brussels and Frankfurt disagreed, how long would it take the markets to go sufficiently beserk that Greece would then be out of options for real?
10 The German chancellor may argue that she should have such influence over the bailouts of Greece, Ireland and Portugal, since it is her electorate who will end up having to shoulder most of the burden.
11 A few countries bucked the trend with France, Greece and Spain all enjoying a narrowing of the gap between rich and poor over the past 20 years.
12 Portugal is vulnerable not because it is an identikit version of either Greece or Ireland, but because it shares some of the symptoms of both those afflicted economies.
13 classical fairy tales of Greece, myrtle's evergreen leaves, elegant and beautiful white flowers and their charming fragrance are seen as symbols of beauty and youth.
14 If Greece, Ireland, and Portugal do not restructure their debt in an orderly fashion they will ultimately have to default unilaterally.
15 Powers like these might have done something about Greece. But would they have saved Spain or Ireland?
16 But Greece, Spain and Ireland don't have that option - they don't even have their own monies, and in any case they need deflation to get their costs in line.
17 Instead, a year after the rescue of Greece, then of Ireland and now of Portugal, anxiety seems to be growing.
18 He notes that Greece and Ireland were given until 2014 to cut their budget deficits to 3%, a year longer than Portugal.
19 Some obvious weaknesses have been patched, first in Greece and now in Ireland.
20 Today it is Greece. Tomorrow it will be Spain, Portugal, Ireland, and Iceland.
21 The Euro also has its problems and is suffering from the problems of its weakest members - Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Ireland.
22 This CDS chain reaction is one of the major reasons why the Europeans have kept Greece on life support for so long.
23 euro tumbled to a 10-month low against the dollar yesterday after a credit downgrade for Portugal and uncertainty over an aid package for Greece undermined the currency.
24 Greece that let public spending rip, lied about it and is now trying to stave off default.
25 Why should they have to shoulder the heavy burdens of not only bailing out whole countries, like Greece, but also big rich Banks headquartered in places like Paris and Amsterdam?
26 Greece faces the threat of state bankruptcy.
27 Passengers from Greece, where peanut allergy is rather rare, might have been more concerned about the melon in the fruit salad.
28 But any scheme aimed at saving Greece will have to overcome severe misgivings about a rescue package brewing in Germany.
29 IN GERMAN EYES this crisis is all about profligacy. Greece set the tone when it lied about its circumstances and lived beyond its means (see map and charts).
30 Wildfires caused by the heat are ragging in Greece, Italy and Macedonia.