Greeks embrace some new myths about life with the euro
ATHENS (Reuters) – In a land of ancient myths, modern Greeks have created some of their own about their near-bankrupt country's future as an integral part of a Europe that will never kick them out. Solemn warnings from abroad that Athens cannot stay in …
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