Early Headlines: Russian Economy Healing?, Egyptians Want to Go to Liberland, Iran Water Crisis, No More Nepal Survivors and More

May 2nd, 2015
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Early Bird Headlines 02 May 2015

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U.S.

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Greece

  • Greek Default for Dummies: Questions on Creditors Answered (Bloomberg) Greece has to come up with about €4 billion ($4.5 billion) by the end of May for debt payments. Then there’s the €1.5 billion monthly tab for salaries and pensions. Wihtout more money from the outside there is not enough money to cover.

Egypt

  • Self-proclaimed Liberland attracts Egyptian youth (Al Monitor) A young Czech named Vik Jedlicka invited global citizens on April 13 to become citizens of a new state called Liberland, which he founded on an area of 7 square kilometers (2.7 square miles) situated between Croatia and Serbia on the banks of the Danube River. Liberland exists only on the Internet, and no state or international organization has so far recognized it. So far 50,000 immigration applications have been submitted, 40% of them from Egypt.

Iran

Russia

Nepal

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Brazil

Mexico

 


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