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Greece's people just voted to reject Europe's bailout offer. So what's going to happen now?



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The president rarely pardons criminals or reduces their sentences, compared to his predecessors.

Germany should stop being a hypocrite, Thomas Piketty says, because it once benefited from the forgiveness of other nations.

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