World Lens — Week in Review: June 26

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Eurozone Crisis Cuts Aid

Although European countries such as Spain and Greece are certainly feeling the pinch of the European Union’s economic woes, the biggest losers, some say, are the countries that rely on Europe for life-saving aid. A new report by the aid watchdog Data says the Eurozone economic crisis is having an effect on aid disbursements to the world’s poorest countries, marked by an overall European aid decline of 1.5 percent.

(Photo: AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

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