Protesters wield placards asking, "Mr. President, where is our money" at a recent protest against soaring food and fuel prices.

‘The country is on its knees’: Ghana seeks IMF bailout amid economic woes, teachers’ strike 

In a huge reversal for Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo, the government is seeking a loan from the International Monetary Fund to tackle Ghana’s economic woes.

Greece exits bailout, but ‘shackles and the asphyxiation continue’

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras shows his watch while leaving the European Council headquarters on the first day of an EU-CELAC Latin America summit in Brussels, Belgium June 11, 2015.

Greece’s prime minister has resigned — after only seven months in office

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Some Detroit advocates question why feds won’t bailout bankrupt city

Spain could receive next bailout as its financial woes worsen

As the European Union struggles to contain the euro crisis, Spain is quickly approaching an economic collapse. The country is among those in line to receive a Greece-style bailout, though experts say its time for one may come sooner than once expected.

German Parliament OKs more bailout funds for Greece

As Greece continues to try and arrest its economic decline, Germany OK’d another $170 billion worth of bailout funds to keep the government operating, to prevent the country from going bankrupt and to keep Greece in the eurozone.

What should America take from Clint Eastwood’s ‘Halftime in America’ ad?

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Karl Rove blasted it as a taxpayer-funded Obama re-election ad. Democrats lauded it as an example of why America is great. Yet many people were left wondering what does it mean that America is at “halftime.”

Keeping the Greek economy from sinking the eurozone

Many in financial markets are already assuming that Greece is going to default on its loans, but there is growing opposition to any more bailouts.

Eurozone reaches deal to bail out Greece

Greece will receive a second bailout, in the amount of 109 billion euros, or $157 billion.