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June 20, 2012 12:00 AM

Europe crisis gets a respite as Greece swears in a new government

Greece swore in conservative politician Antonis Samaras as prime minister on Wednesday, ending a six-week government crisis and offering a rare respite for the nation and the beleaguered euro currency zone – even if it didn’t address the underlying causes of Europe’s economic slide.

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