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... and International Monetary Fund (IMF), later nicknamed as the Troika, responded by launching a €110 billion bailout loan to rescue Greece from sovereign default and cover its financial needs throughout May 2010 until June 2013, conditional on implementation of austerity measures, structural reforms and privatization of government assets.
A year later, a worsened recession along with a delayed implementation by the Greek government of the agreed conditions in ...
... the Family Medical Leave Act 1975 were extended to married same-sex couples in all of the U.S. With respect to social security and veterans benefits, same-sex married couples who live in states where same-sex marriage is recognized are eligible for full benefits from the Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Social Security Administration (SSA).
The VA and SSA can provide only limited benefits to married same-sex couples living in states where same-sex marriage ...
According to Ernest Margrander, in the Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Vilatte was unable to continue his seminary studies consistently and transferred to The Presbyterian College, Montreal where two years' study convinced him of both papal additions to a primitive Catholic faith and defective Protestant interpretation of its traditional teachings.(p188)
Anson contradicts Margrander; according to Anson, there was "no ...
... on this trip, we are setting out to get to know some of our southern neighbors who share the "American hemisphere" with us. We are traveling with Tauck Tours. This is our 5th trip with them and I'm hoping there will be many more. We are visiting the ABC's ... Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.
Packing was a bit challenging as we will be near the equator at Iguazu Falls, with temps of almost 100. And we will be in the snowy Andes Mountains in Bariloche, where it ...
As some of you may know our orange bus captain, Rich Cohrs, took a tumble while we were in Germany. I received an update from him today and wanted to pass along.
Dear Fellow Pilgrims:
It was my joy and honor to be able to share our pilgrimage to Germany. What a experience we had as we stormed the castle, viewed the Passion Play Theater, rode to the top of the Eagle's Nest, stood on the square in Innsbruck surrounded by ...