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Greece's Economic Crisis Presents Major Challenge To The Euro

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Afternoon Tea, 1886. Chromolithograph after Kate Greenaway. If you're looking for finger sandwiches, dainty desserts and formality, afternoon tea is your cup. Print Collector/Getty Images hide caption

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Greek Government Offers Last-Minute Plan To Avoid Default

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People wait in line to withdraw euros from an ATM after Greece closed its banks Monday in Athens. Milos Bicanski/Getty Images hide caption

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How Default Could Push Greece Out Of The Eurozone

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Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras prepares for a TV interview at the State Television in Athens on Monday. He urged Greeks to vote "no" in Sunday's referendum on the terms of a bailout. Thanassis Stavrakis/AP hide caption

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Are The French Always On Vacation Or Does It Just Seem That Way?

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A Financial Tragedy Plays Out In Greece: No Money And Debt Is Due

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A Greek demonstrator urges a "no" vote in Sunday's referendum on whether Greece should accept international demands for additional financial austerity. He is holding an old 1,000 Greek drachma bank note during a rally in the northern Greek port city of Thessaloniki on Monday. Some Greeks say the country should leave the eurozone and go back to the drachma. Giannis Papanikos/AP hide caption

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Greeks Brace For The Fallout As Deadline Looms

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Like Greece, Cash-Strapped Puerto Rico Needs A Fiscal Lifeline

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U.S. Encourages Europe To Keep Greece In The Eurozone

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German Distillery Is Unsympathetic To Greece's Debt Issue

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Pensioners, who usually get their payments at the end of the month, wait outside a closed bank in Thessaloniki, Greece, on Monday. Greece's government announced capital controls, and the country's banks remained closed Monday. Giannis Papanikos/AP hide caption

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