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Greeks In Store For More Austerity Cuts

The Greek Parliament has approved a sweeping set of austerity measures that were aimed at keeping the country in the eurozone. Members voted on $17 billion in cuts to salaries, pensions, public sector jobs and health care spending.
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Egypt Moves To Ban Online Pornography

Egypt and other countries in the Arab world have never permitted pornography, though individuals can sometimes gain online access. Now Egypt's prosecutor is calling for a crackdown on all Internet porn.
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Meet 4 African Women Who Are Changing The Face Of Coffee

These women are a rarity in the African coffee world: They manage farms, market beans to buyers, and share their expertise to empower other women in their countries to do the same.
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Does Second Term Give Obama Foreign 'Flexibility'?

Host Michel Martin takes a look at how the rest of the world is reacting to the news of President Barack Obama's re-election. She speaks with Abderrahim Foukara, Washington Bureau Chief of Al Jazeera International.
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Russia's Putin Welcomes Obama's Re-Election

Russian President Vladimir Putin sent word welcoming President Obama's re-election. But the Russian government and state-run media sought to discredit the American electoral process.

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