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  • The Greeks should vote 'no'

    The Greeks should vote 'no'
    Hellenic voters are being asked whether they accept the terms offered by the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund to extend the bailout for Athens' troubled finances or give Prime Minister Tsipras a mandate to insist on...
  • Greek voters confused by referendum wording as vote nears

    Greek voters facing a momentous vote Sunday that may determine the country's future in Europe can be forgiven for scratching their heads when they read the ballot question that has to be marked with a "yes" or a "no." The question does not address the...
  • For many Greeks, a 'no' vote on bailout deal doesn't mean no to the EU

    For many Greeks, a 'no' vote on bailout deal doesn't mean no to the EU
    To the leaders of the European Union who warn that Greece might soon be expelled from their midst, Lydia Lenossi has an ancient reminder. Remember where Europe got its name? From the beautiful princess Europa, a popular figure in Greek mythology. "The...
  • Slovak agency: Russian spies increase activities in EU, NATO

    Slovakia's spy agency says Russian agents have significantly increased their activities in Slovakia and all other NATO and European Union countries in connection with the crisis in Ukraine. The agency, known as SIS, made the comments in its annual report...
  • Correction: Greece-Bailout story

    In a story July 2 about the Greek referendum, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the International Monetary Fund had said Greece would need debt relief worth 50 billion euros. The IMF said Greece needs new financing worth 50 billion euros as...
  • UN agency worries as Hungary rushes to tighten asylum rules

    Changes to Hungary's asylum system being rushed through parliament and the government's plan to build a fence on the border with Serbia could have "fatal consequences" for refugees fleeing war, the U.N. refugee agency said Friday. In an open letter to...
  • Russian parliament votes to adopt controversial privacy law

    Lawmakers in the Russian parliament on Friday voted for a bill forcing online search engines to remove search results about a specific person at that person's request. The Russian State Duma voted overwhelmingly for the controversial law that critics say...
  • In Athens district where the view is leftist, the word is 'no'

    In Athens district where the view is leftist, the word is 'no'
    Radical ideas get passed around at the O Tseligkas cafe as easily as the plates of ruby-red tomatoes and wine-dark olives. White-haired leftists and tattooed rabble-rousers — sometimes one and the same — plot revolution, a better world or both...
  • Ex-leader of populist party becomes Parliament speaker

    Denmark's Parliament on Friday elected Pia Kjaersgaard, retired leader of the anti-immigration Danish People's Party, as its speaker, a largely ceremonial post. First elected to the 179-seat Folketing in 1984, Kjaersgaard became deputy speaker three...
  • EU leaders unlikely to attend Chinese military parade

    Top officials from the European Union probably won't attend a Chinese military parade marking the anniversary of the end of World War II in Asia, the organization's ambassador to Beijing said Friday, amid uneasiness about such displays of armed might in...
  • Greece news media taking sides in coverage of upcoming vote

     Greece news media taking sides in coverage of upcoming vote
    Anyone looking for an account of the big antigovernment, pro-European Union rally in the heart of the Greek capital this week can find it easily on the Skai TV network's website. There are news articles written before and after the event, which was held...