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Should men also be 'liberated from oppressive beachwear'?

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Kenyan Government disbands National Olympic Committee over mismanagement

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THE DEBATE

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 2)

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Chancellor Merkel's immigration policy faces test on her home turf

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FRENCH CONNECTIONS

Understanding the burkini ban

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BUSINESS DAILY

US Treasury lashes out at EU tax probes

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INSIDE THE AMERICAS

Olympic Hangover: festive mood dampened by gloomy economy

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IN THE PAPERS

British professor says 'no shame' in reading romance novels

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Latest update 26/11/2013

Greece cut to the bone

Greece was drowning in debt and looked to be on the brink of default when it received its first EU/IMF bailout in May 2010. The country has since introduced a series of tough austerity measures in a bid to save its economy, much to the discontent of millions of Greeks who have regularly taken to the streets in protest over the past few years.

Background
Greece votes as eurozone future hangs in balance

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Greek far-right revels in newfound spotlight

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Greek voters punish ruling coalition over austerity

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Greeks speak out ahead of key legislative elections

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Greece secures new bailout, but recovery still in doubt

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Athens recovers from riots, but anger and anxiety remain

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Greek ministers resign as bailout hangs in the balance

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As Europe huffs and puffs, Greece fights to stay afloat

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Lucas Papademos, a banker to the rescue

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Greek premier set to resign as part of coalition deal

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