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Tourists Also Tell Greece No
The Wall Street Journal
May 25, 2012
The political uncertainty dogging Greece ahead of its June 17 elections and fears the country could crash out of the euro zone has weighed on reservations in the past few weeks.
‘What happened to the revolution?’ Egypt left facing choice between Islamists and Mubarak’s last prime minister
By Richard Spencer, Cairo
25 May 2012
London is Turning Into a Highly Militarized Police State in Preparation for Olympic Games
Posted by truther on May 15, 2012
Ireland prepares for referendum on EU fiscal pact
By Ruth McDonald
BBC News, Waterford
13 May 2012
Question raised during show: Did China build these cities because its leaders foresaw the day when millions of people like the Japanese would be forced to evacuate their country because of a major catastrophe like Fukushima?
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By Daily Mail Reporter
18 June 2011
Grexit: Army on streets & border shutdown
Published on May 17, 2012 by RussiaToday