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# Debt Crisis

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Greek protests erupt into violence ahead of austerity vote
Cyprus close to deal on becoming fourth bailed-out Eurozone country
Spanish police protest cuts in Madrid
Spain goes to polls in two crucial local elections
Portugal government faces backlash over austerity
Euro crisis based on 'design flaws' in monetary union, conference told
Van Rompuy: Ireland could get deal on bank debts before new watchdog
Portugal criticises tardy European Central Bank
EU report says Irish homes hit second-hardest by economic slump
Spain to announce Budget - with €39bn of cuts on the table
Shares fall amid protests against austerity in Athens and Madrid
Kenny shrugs off impact of trilateral statement on banking deal
Andalucía Masters cancelled due to Spanish economic woes
Free advice to be given to distressed mortgage holders
Poland and Bulgaria shelve plans to join Eurozone
Germany to seek new EU treaty on budget rules - report
European leaders begin week of crucial meetings on Greece's future
See-sawing: exports fall in June after May bounce back
Eurozone and EU economies shrank in second quarter of 2012
Fall in German exports causes concern over European crisis
S&P: Return to markets is promising - but we won't increase Ireland's rating
"Stay out of the eurozone", top Austrian banker tells Czechs
Italian PM Monti sees light at the end of tunnel for Italy, EU
Auditors to stay in Greece until new reforms are ready
Merkel and Monti pledge to protect eurozone
Explainer: Why is Spain under so much financial pressure?
Spain ‘discussed €300bn bailout with Germany’ – Reuters report
Mario Draghi: The ECB will do "whatever it takes" to save the euro
Greens tell Gilmore: 'You'll need to convince German allies on bank deal'
No split between banks and sovereign - for now - as Spain secures bailout
Huge protests erupt across Spain against €65bn austerity cuts
In photos: Six demonstrators hospitalised after Madrid clashes
Merkel to meet with Italian PM Monti over eurozone crisis
Explainer: What did the EU leaders agree overnight in Brussels?
Gilmore says new eurozone deal is a 'game-changer' for Ireland
Taoiseach: Irish debt burden on the tax-payer to be 're-engineered'
Merkel blasts ‘fake solutions’ as EU leaders head to Brussels
Spain formally requests €100 billion rescue loan
EU leaders will discuss plans to integrate national budgets - report
Four biggest Eurozone countries to push for €130 billion stimulus