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PRI's The World: 07/01/2015 We start today with a look at how Greeks in America are responding to the financial meltdown back in Athens. Then, in the Sinai Peninsula, ISIS militants attack Egyptian troops. Plus, the holy month of Ramadan means fasting, prayer, and a lot of TV. We channel surf with the BBC's Ramadan TV correspondent.
PRI's The World: 06/30/2015 A Greek comedian tells us why she thinks it's a great time to visit Greece, not despite her country's economic crisis but because of it! Plus, The Boston Gay Men's Chorus is just back from their Middle East Tour. The choir's music director speaks about their sell-out performance in Istanbul, where they also witnessed police break up a gay pride march with water cannons and rubber bullets. Also, a Louisiana public school attracts rich and poor, white and black, for its language immersion program. That's foreign language learning as equalizer.
PRI's The World: 06/29/2015 Today we hear the latest on the debt crisis in Greece, how it's affecting day-to-day life for Greeks and how it could affect the US. We also bring you the background of the gunman who killed 38 people ? many of them tourists ? at a beach resort in Tunisia last week. Plus, our language desk has been finding out how sailors' slang from the era of galleons and pirates is still alive in contemporary English.
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'No' vote 'won't help Greece' A "No" vote in the Greek referendum on bailout terms will not provide Greece with an easy way out of its economic crisis, a key eurozone official says.
BP to pay 12bn for Gulf oil spill BP has reached an $18.7bn (12bn) settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Eight held over Tunisia gun attack Eight suspects, including a woman, remain in custody on suspicion of being linked to Friday's deadly attack in the Tunisian resort of Sousse, a minister says.
PODCAST: Rice in Cuba
Jobs report for June, American rice in Cuba, and lessons to learn for the U.S.
Elizabeth Holmes on democratizing medical testing
The multi-billionaire wants to challenge the business model of medical labs.
U.S. rice growers want to get in on Cuba
The U.S. rice industry could benefit from normalized relations with Cuba.
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