The European Commission has recommended starting disciplinary procedures against Italy after it broke the EU’s debt rules last year and is likely to do so in 2019 and 2020.
An Italian newspaper reported on Friday that Donald Trump offered to help fund Italy's public debt next year
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says his country has undergone a modern Odyssey as it exits the bailout programme
'We thought that the situation in Greece was more robust than it was'
Greece gets a confidence boost from Brussels as it exits third and final bailout
Over the past eight years, under three bailout programs, Greece has borrowed more than €288bn at rock-bottom interest rates. The country’s creditors believe it's now able to stand on its own two feet, but few ordinary people seem to believe that bailout exit day will be a new beginning.
As Giuseppe Conte heads western Europe's first anti-establishment government bent on overhauling European Union rules on budgets and immigration, Euronews looks at how the country will position itself
Officials say over eight million people voted in Sunday's controversial election boycotted by the opposition and marred by violence.
Transport and public services across Greece have been severely affected by a general strike.
Thousands of elderly Greeks have taken to the streets of Athens to protest against further pension cuts currently being negotiated.
Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem has come under fire for accusing southern European Union nations of having wasted money on women and alcohol
An all-important review of Greece’s latest bailout will end well, Alexis Tsipras told a meeting of his Syriza party in Athens on Saturday.
Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos meets top European officials in Brussels to try to break the deadlock over stalled bailout talks.
Greece is getting impatient at the stand-off between the International Monetary Fund and the European Union over Athens' latest bailout.
Visiting Athens, the European Union’s Commissioner for Economic Affairs has reported ‘good progress’ as he reviews Greece’s efforts to implement labour and pension reforms required as part of its inte
The MEP's letter asks Eurogroup chief to contribute to the completion of the second review, so that debt talks will commence.
Italy’s budget may not meet EU fiscal targets, according to the bloc’s executive body.
The European Commission must secure debt relief terms by the end of the year, according to a letter from group of 36 MEPs seen by Euronews.
Eurozone finance ministers say Greece will be able to receive 2.
The International Monetary Fund has expressed concern that public and private debt reached 225 five percent of the world's economic output last year.
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Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to offer Greece debt relief in 2018.
With Greece fast running out of money and loan repayment deadlines looming, the parliament is heading towards another austerity vote - a major test for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
After two day’s of debate in Greece’s parliament, MPs voted on Sunday evening to pass a controversial austerity package. The reforms, which will see
Masked protesters clashed with riot police in Athens, ahead of a vote on a unpopular reform package to secure much-needed bailout funds.
Talks between Greece and its international lenders on a crucial bailout review have been suspended until next Monday. The main sticking point appears