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One of the few remaining store owners in Modiano district market sits and reads a newspaper outside his closed premises in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Photographer: Konstantinos Tsakalidis/Bloomberg

One of the few remaining store owners in Modiano district market sits and reads a newspaper outside his closed premises in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Europe’s Debt Crisis May Be Over, Its Suffering Isn’t

For those concerned mainly about the chances of a major default, there are reasons for relief. From the viewpoint of the human crisis in the European periphery, though, things don't look so good.

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People reach out to receive free bags of leftover vegetables handed out by striking street vendors in Athens, Greece.

Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg

People reach out to receive free bags of leftover vegetables handed out by striking street vendors in Athens, Greece.

How Are Spain and Greece Different from Ireland? Start With 25%-Plus Unemployment

Supporters of austerity point to Ireland as the poster child for the good things that happen when you follow the rules. The difference is that unemployment in Greece and Spain is much worse--and still growing.

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