Euro Countries Vote To Save Greece From Default
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Wary Of Another Greek Bailout, EU Procrastinates
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In Athens on Tuesday, Greek pensioners marched in protest against new austerity cuts. The eurozone insists Greece must stick to hugely unpopular austerity measures agreed to in return for a 130 billion euro debt bailout. Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Europe Wants Assurances For Latest Greek Bailout
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Fierce Winter Devastates Parts Of Europe
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A woman passes by a real estate agency in Budapest, Hungary, in January. As the Hungarian currency plunges to new lows, ordinary citizens are struggling to repay foreign-denominated loans. Laszlo Balogh/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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For Hungarian Borrowers, A Mortgage Nightmare
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EU Reacts To Hungary's Media Crackdown
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People gather to protest against Hungary's new constitution outside the Opera House in Budapest on Jan. 2. Critics say the document curbs democracy. Ferenenc Isza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hungary Faces EU Action Over New Constitution
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The interior of the renowned Marienkirche church, where Johann Sebastian Bach's Christmas Oratorio is traditionally performed. General Photographic Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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A Church, An Oratorio And An Enduring Tradition
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A French man holds a flare during a protest against the government's austerity measures on Tuesday in Lille, northern France. European governments are proposing austerity measures, but critics say there should also be a plan for economic growth. Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Europe Gets Austerity, But With Few Signs Of Growth
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Europe's economic turmoil is the continent's greatest crisis since World War II. But critics say she has been doing too little and lacks a bold vision for solving Europe's problems. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Angela Merkel Fix Europe's Economic Crisis?
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Eurozone's Rescue Plan Needs A Quick Fix
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Merkel, Sarkozy Push For Fiscal Change In Eurozone
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Germany's Identity Cemented In The Euro
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Germany has been rocked by allegations that a small, underground neo-Nazi group calling itself the Nationalist Socialist Underground carried out a 13-year-long crime spree that included murder, robbery and bombing. Here, a screen shot from a promotional DVD reportedly made by neo-Nazis Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Boenhardt. The two men committed suicide earlier this month. Getty Images hide caption

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Discovery Of Neo-Nazi Crime Spree Roils Germany
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