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But youth see debt crisis as evidence that the capitalist system is broken.
Sunday's vote by Turkish Cypriots could elect hardline prime minister Dervis Eroglu.
The language and symbols of the current demonstrations in Greece have historical resonance.
Reductions in "bonus pay" cut into income that many civil servants rely on.
A pipeline from Turkey could supply enough water for all of Cyprus — if Greek Cypriots decide to use it.
Skiing in the war-battered country is slowly coming back.
The siege may be over, but a host of post-Communist problems now threaten Bosnia's cultural institutions.
Greece's plans to cut public sector spending lead to strikes from workers who say they sacrifice enough.
George Papandreou has stuck by his pledge to increase transparency despite economic woes.
Authorities have nowhere to send the 500-600 undocumented migrants arriving in Greece every day.
As Standard & Poor's downgrades Greece's debt, Prime Minister Papandeou vows to make painful cuts.
A Bosnia-based organization is a global leader in the science of identifying human remains using DNA.
Experts worry that the traditional day of Athens riots will see worse violence as extremism has risen in the past year.
Eli Tauber wants to tell the stories of the Serbs, Croats and Muslims who helped Bosnia's Jews.
As Radovan Karadzic's war crimes trial approaches in The Hague, Serbian pride blossoms in Banja Luka.
And you thought your high school cafeteria was tough.
Analysis: This week's fires in Greece were bad. But it's only going to get worse.
A new Greek law increases the amount of time illegal immigrants can be detained.
New Acropolis museum puts marble dispute in stark relief.
Descendants of Greek migrants find that the old country doesn't feel like home.