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Economically Fragile Greece Faces Refugee Crisis
Economically Fragile Greece Faces Refugee Crisis

By: Bob Newell
As it wrestles with its own economic crisis, Greece must now feed and house many desperate refugees seeking safety and a better chance at life. And the daily grind of life wears almost everyone down.

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Helping Others to Escape Poverty's Grip
Helping Others to Escape Poverty's Grip

By: Bob Newell
Born into poverty in 1935, Elvis Presley overcame the odds to become a music legend. Many others around the globe face similar disadvantages. How can we as Christians give them opportunities to prosper?

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Greece's Economic Woes Will Hurt Many People
Greece's Economic Woes Will Hurt Many People

By: Bob Newell
The ongoing economic struggles of Greece are far more than a simple lesson in contemporary economics. The nation's inhabitants face a raft of life-altering and unpleasant downturns.

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True Ministry: A Joint Enterprise as Easy as ABCD
True Ministry: A Joint Enterprise as Easy as ABCD
By: Bob Newell
While helping our Albanian friends in Greece, we want to affirm their worth by channeling their existing resources. In that way, they make a significant contribution toward meeting their own pressing needs.
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Strawberry Growers Shoot Migrant Workers in Greece
Strawberry Growers Shoot Migrant Workers in Greece
Strawberry growers in Greece allegedly opened fire on unarmed immigrant workers, shooting and injuring nearly 30 of them when they demanded to be paid for their work.
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Helping Others is Both Free and Costly
Helping Others is Both Free and Costly
PORTA, the Albania House in Athens, Greece, gives away many free services because their clients can't afford them. But those free services still carry a great cost.
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In Greece, Thankful to Count Taxis and to Worship
In Greece, Thankful to Count Taxis and to Worship
Many of us gave thanks last week for our long-held freedoms, but folks in Greece are grateful that, unlike a generation ago, they are free to worship – and to count the taxis.
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When Times Are Hard, Then You See the Challenges
When Times Are Hard, Then You See the Challenges
Greece's crushing economic crisis has unleashed an abundance of challenges on Greeks and Albanian immigrants. Here are some of the everyday realities they face.
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Will New Government Resolve Greece's Debt Crisis?
Will New Government Resolve Greece's Debt Crisis?
After national elections this month, Greece appears to have a new coalition government. Will this fragile alliance be able to do anything about the nation's debt crisis?
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Amid Economic Woes, Can Greece's Government Function?
Amid Economic Woes, Can Greece's Government Function?
Some wonder whether economically troubled Greece will remain a part of the European Union, but the pressing concern is whether this nation can even put together a government.
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Greece's Economy Hitting Immigrants Hardest
Greece's Economy Hitting Immigrants Hardest
Greece's economic problems are seriously dislocating for everyone, but research shows that the economic upsets are disproportionately felt among immigrants.
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Hard-Working Immigrants in Greece Face Dilemma
Hard-Working Immigrants in Greece Face Dilemma
Albanians have worked hard at sub-par wages in Greece. Now with the country's economy in shambles, they must choose between a bleak future in their homeland or find a rare chance to continue working in Greece.
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Russian, Greek Orthodox Leery of ID Cards
MOSCOW (RNS/ENInews) Russian and Greek Orthodox leaders are objecting to plans in both countries to introduce electronic identity cards.
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