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    The first super hero returns in 'Hercules' #1
    Today, Marvel announced a new ongoing comic book series for Hercules, whothe publisher is,wisely, billing as "the world's first super hero." "Hercules" #1 marks a new beginning for the character and hits stores in November....
  • Greece riots
    Protests escalate as Greece debates reforms demanded for bailout
    Protesters continued to hurl petrol bombs at police guarding the parliament late Thursday. MPs continued to debate reforms that were needed to vote in order for a Greek financial rescue by members of the Eurozone. Riot police continued to fight...
  • Greece bailout
    Greece parliament approves bailout bill
    After weeks of intense negotiations, Greece parliament accepted harsh terms from creditors to to receive nearly $100 billion in the country's third bailout in five years. The measure passed on Thursday, 229-64. The vote allows Athens to...
  • Greeks protest needed reforms
    Greece votes “no” then surrenders
    Leftists around the world were ecstatic when Greek voters loudly proclaimed “oxi” (no), in a national referendum on a package of budget cuts and structural changes required by international creditors. Unfortunately (for them) Greece...
  • Greek Temple
    Athens Greece: Where Greek travels must begin
    Touring Athens is a must for any traveler. Even on a Sunday you can feel the bustle of energy in this city. There is an underlying aura that goes back to ancient times. One feels the cradle of civilization all around you and it starts at the top...
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    Hopes are rising for a Greek deal
    The economic stability of Greece has been in turmoil for awhile and has been shaking up the European community. ABC News reported on July 9, 2015, there are now hopes for a Greek deal as creditors open up to debt relief. It now seems possible that...
  • map of Greece
    Greek tourism minister assures destination is 'safe, calm'
    A Greek tourism minister sought to assure tourists in the country and those contemplating a visit that the destination is “safe, normal and quiet.”“They can use their credit cards, cash and debit, with no problem and they can...
  • Greece in process of creating new currency as Grexit becomes a probability
    Greece in process of creating new currency as Grexit becomes a probability
    On July 8, a report was issued acknowledging that Greece was currently in the process of creating a new alternative currency as talks between themselves and the Troika break down since last weekend's historic referendum.According to...
  • Smart travelers cancelling Greece vacation plans
    Smart travelers cancelling Greece vacation plans
    Greece has long been a favorite destination in Europe due to it's rich history, however, with the current financial crisis taking place travelers are wondering if they should cancel their plans to visit Greece this summer. While everyone has...
  • Could Greece's rejection of loan deal  impact auto sales in southern Europe?
    Could Greece's rejection of loan deal impact auto sales in southern Europe?
    Greece’s vote to reject creditors’ demands for more austerity in return for further rescue funds, and its pending plans to drop the Euro in favor of its old drachma may have a major impact on southern European auto markets, especially...
  • Greece Bailout
    Greek voters reject terms of EU bailout
    Greece on Sunday rejected stringent lending terms from international creditors. The results are potentially jeopardizing the European economic unity. Greece is now headed on a collision course with the area’s key political leaders and forces...
  • New York Stock Exchange
    Stock market preview for the week of July 6, 2015
    The S&P 500 saw volatility return Monday in a 2.09% retreat and that downturn took the index to a fourth significant retreat from the 100 L resistance. The next two sessions regained some of the losses before Thursday finished the holiday...
  • Greece could be first development project for China's AIIB facility
    Greece could be first development project for China's AIIB facility
    With Greece now in arrears on their debt obligations to the IMF, and awaiting a historic referendum vote by the Greek people to decide for either austerity or default, one institution may be waiting in the wings to provide a bailout of the...
  • Greece PM
    Greece reverses their decision and now willing to accept terms of bailout
    Early Wednesday, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter to European leaders and the International Monetary, saying he would be willing to reverse his decision and accept the terms of the proposed bailout. In the letter, Tsipras said...
  • Ios-Mylopotas
    The many layers of the beautiful Cyclades island of Ios, Greece
    by John LamkinDiscovering the beautiful Greek island of Ios“Really,” you say”....”I thought that island had been discovered long ago!” And, so it has, but this is now and what comes to mind when hearing its name is an...
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