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Eurozone Survives, Greeks to Pay Heavy Price

Greece has negotiated a third bailout with its European creditor nations but it comes with heavy conditions that impose sweeping social and economic reforms. The €86 billion ($141.5 billion) package, detailed in a seven-page Euro Summit document, will rescue the ailing banking system and keep Greece in the eurozone. The outcome …

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Foodpanda: What Would Food Pairs be Like if They were Actual Couples


Everyone likes coupling. Mornings go with coffee, cinema with popcorn, and football with beer. We mix and match, but ultimately some couples just work better together. This applies to many cases, the first being love relationships and a close second, foods. Still, there are pairings and pairings: Some are unpredictable, …

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President of Azerbaijan Demands Removal of Barriers for Business

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev spoke in defense of Azerbaijani businessmen during his speech at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers dedicated to the socio-economic development in the first half of 2015 and the upcoming challenges. In his speech, the Head of State particularly emphasized that the only duty of …

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