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Greece versus Germany: The two countries go head to head off the soccer field

Greece and Germany are compared side by side in this infographic made by Canada's National Post.
In advance of this weekend's epic Germany-Greece tilt for the Eurocup semis, the wizards at Canada's National Post created this stunning infographic laying out all the differences between the two countries.
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Greek Finance Minister Vassilis Rapanos rushed to hospital

The announcement follows news earlier Friday that Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is to undergo an emergency eye operation in Athens on Saturday.

Is Germany's Bild, the world's most powerful paper?

In Germany, Bild is the most influential and inflammatory source of news.

Chatter: Who started the euro-zone crisis?

The G20 summit in Mexico gets antsy over the European debt crisis, the US and Russia just can't seem to agree on Syria, and Chinese villagers make a strange discovery.
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Graphic. (Antler Agency/GlobalPost)
The G20 summit in Mexico gets antsy over the European debt crisis, the US and Russia just can't seem to agree on Syria, and Chinese villagers make a strange discovery.
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Business Insider: Greek elections may damage euro

The current anger in Greece could trump the fear eventually, and this may constitute some permanent damage to the euro.

Chatter: Greece votes to stay bailed out

The bailout men win Greece's repeat parliamentary election, Egypt waits to hear who its new president is, and China does some funky stuff in space.
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The bailout men win Greece's repeat parliamentary election, Egypt waits to hear who its new president is, and China does some funky stuff in space.
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Hey Greece, read this before you vote today

BRUSSELS — In what promises to be a pivotal moment for the global economy, Greeks will go to the polls today, for the second time in two months. 

Greece election poses a crucial dilemma

Parties in Greece are making their final pitch for votes today before the crucial election in the debt-laden country on June 17.
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