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Greece needs a bridge loan not a bailout according to its new prime minister. A defiant Alexis Tsipras has laid out his plans to dismantle what he
Less austerity, more growth: can the new Greek government rise to the challenge?
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Europe Weekly: Tsipras seeks Greek debt deal
Greece’s debt crisis has been dominating debate in Europe this week. Fresh from taking office, leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been
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Athens anti-austerity rally goes without a hitch, with demonstrators chanting in support of new Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis.
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ECB ups the pressure on Greece and its promises to renegotiate its debt
Pressure is growing on Greece and it finance minister to toe the line and stick to its financial commitments.
Greek PM Tsipras eyes debt help in Brussels talks
Greece’s new prime minister Alexis Tsipras held talks with EU officials on Wednesday as he continues his campaign to renegotiate his country’s debt
Tsipras gets support from Italy on the road to Brussels
Greece’s new prime minister is on a tour and today he arrives in Brussels, bringing his ideas on Greece’s economic plight to the heart of the EU, but
European media meltdown over Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis
The media loves a wild card and they’ve found their latest darling in the shape of Greece’s new Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis. He is creating a
Greek debt: who will pay if Greece fails?
Financial doomsday for Greece, economic meltdown for Europe? It seems you can’t click a mouse these days without headlines screaming debt at you
Greece plays the too big to fail card - will it work?
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Greek debt crisis no Wild West showdown says Varoufakis
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is adamant the Greek debt debate should not be seen as some form of battle. He pointed the finger at
Greece denies 'standoff' over its debt but new plans sound the alarm in Europe
Greece’s newly appointed finance minister is on a European tour seeking to reassure international investors that Athens is not in a standoff with its
Tsipras faces stiff challenge in scrapping bailout deal
Alexis Tsipras, the new Greek prime minister, might be continuing his campaign to scrap the troika bailout agreement, but it’s Germany which holds
Tsipras rules out Russian aid for Greece
Visiting Cyprus, the Greek prime minister has said that a debt agreement with European partners is "all that is on the table".
'Europe's interests come first', says new Greek government
New Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says 'Europe comes first', but rules out accepting further financial aid.
Golden Dawn rally in Athens provokes anti-fascist protests
In the Greek capital thousands of anti-fascist demonstrators took to the streets in a rally against far-right extremism. The protest was in response
Greeks like the sound of Syriza talking tough, but hope it has more than just words to offer
Greeks have woken up to the fact that it is all change and Syriza is ready to play hardball with the country’s creditors following yesterday’s
No more Troika talks as Greece seeks new debt deal
French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have met with European Parliament President Martin Schulz in Strasbourg for
What did Eurogroup head whisper to Greek minister after frosty meeting?
Some reports say Jeroen Dijsselbloem told Greek minister Yanis Varoufakis: "You've just killed the troika."
Greece warned against reversing austerity as it rejects bailout administrators
Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis says it will no longer cooperate with its bailout lenders, eurozone finance chief Dijsselbloem warns against reversing austerity measures
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Europe Weekly: Greek election aftermath
A week after the elections in Greece, the new government is trying to wriggle out of the clasp of austerity measures imposed on it by the Troika
'Positive signs' Greece will work together with lenders to reach deal
The European Parliament president has expressed optimism over reaching agreements between Greece and Brussels on the bailout. Martin Schulz is the
'We will not continue a policy of catastrophe' says new Greek PM
The new Greek government has made it plain it is serious about rolling back austerity set itself on a collision course with European partners