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Greek banks will continue to be funding by the ECB as long as they remain solvent and have sufficient collateral.
The claim was made by the ECB’s
The head of the Russian gas giant Gazprom Alexei Miller has been meeting in Athens with the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras for talks on an
Anti-fascist activists were out in force as the mass trial began on Monday of leaders and members of Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party – branded a
Strong rumours continue to abound that Greece will default on its loan repayments and leave the single currency zone.
The cash-strapped country has
More migrants drowned in desperate efforts to reach Europe on Monday, when their boat ran aground off the Greek island of Rhodes. Rescuers did their
Greece has been warned by the European Central Bank president that it needs to do more urgently to sort out its finances. It comes amid mounting
Thousands have gathered in Athens to protest against a licence suspension for a mine in Skouries, in the Halkidiki area. According to authorities
There has been a nervous reaction across markets amid growing concerns Greece will default on its debt and Standard and Poor’s downgrading.
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Repeated bailout scenarios and last minute decision-making by the eurozone has led to questioning of when and if the end of the Greek crisis will
Hundreds of austerity-hit Greeks join soldiers at an army camp near Athens to eat a traditional roast lamb dinner at a holiday feast organised by the Ministry of Defence.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has joined worshippers celebrating Orthodox Easter in Athens. Like Orthodox Christians across the world, Greeks
The Greek government said it met Thursday’s deadline to repay 460 million euros to the International Monetary Fund. “The payment has been made,” was
The cheque is in the post. Greece has confirmed it’s made arrangements for the payment today of a 450 million-euro loan installment to the
Brussels could only look on as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Wednesday. The Greek side was
Brussels could only look on as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Wednesday.
The Greek side was
The clock is ticking on Greece’s next IMF repayment, some 460 million euros, and whether it will break the bank or not. Thursday is crunch day, and
Media reports in Russia say the government is ready to offer financial help to the Greek prime minister when he visits Moscow this week. Alexis
Greece has revealed that it is seeking almost 279 billion euros in reparations for the Nazi occupation of the country during the Second World War, in
Greece will make good with its creditors and implement much needed reforms. That was the promise from the country’s Finance Minister Yanis
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This week on Europe Weekly, we discuss the continuing showdown between Greece and its creditors as the government pledges to crackdown further on