Greek seamen strike for better wages
As it successfully exits its eight-year-long bailout program, Euronews takes a look at how the Greek economy is faring now compared to 2010, when it first received money from creditors.
Greece has now officially ended its third bailout agreement with the European Union. The country has received more than 260 billion euros since 2010 from the EU and the IMF, the biggest bailout in global financial history.
Greece’s economic tragedy may be over on August 20th but how serious and sustainable are the country’s growth plans when they will be repaying their Eurozone debt till past the year 2060?
An IMF report says Greece still faces an uphill struggle after the end of its bailout program
Former Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis spoke after EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Greece would this year get back to "normal."
Black Friday might have seen frenetic shopping in the wealthier European capitals, but not so in Athens.
Greek hotel and restaurant employees have called a 24 hour strike over what they say is a deterioration of workers’ rights.
Greece is in line for its next batch of bailout loans.
In Greece, lawmakers have voted for another round of austerity and cuts, which they hope will encourage Eurozone leaders to release a further bailout funds But the decision is an unpopular…
Greece's economy slipped back into recession in the first three months of 2017 amid delays in approving its latest bailout loan.
The Greek government is set to get to further rescue funds from international lenders in return for future austerity measures that it hopes to offset.
An agreement has been announced, paving the way for emergency funds for Athens in return for more painful reforms.
Eurozone finance ministers chair Jeroen Dijsselbloem says some Greek debt will have to be written off for its public finances to become sustainable.
Thousands of elderly Greeks have taken to the streets of Athens to protest against further pension cuts currently being negotiated.
New impasse in the negotiations of the Greek program raises fears of a repeat of a "Greek drama"
Greek farmers protesting against bailout-related income cuts on Wednesday clashed with riot police outside the Agriculture Ministry in central Athens.
Farmers from the Greek island of Crete have clashed with authorities in Athens over tax and pension reforms.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is upbeat even though Greece's economy performed much worse than thought in the final three months of 2016.
Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes
Last week’s Eurogroup was just a first step towards a final deal between creditors and the Greek government in order for the bailout programme to get again back on…
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been talking up the agreement with European creditors under which the country will make further reforms in 2019.
Transport workers in Athens have taken part in the first of three 24-hour strikes to object to legislation that would allow the transport organisation to make commercial use of…
Business Line assesses the state of the Greek economy as eurozone finance ministers agree to the next step on releasing further bailout loans.
Those who came to see the Parthenon were in for a major disappointment.
Discussions between Greece, its European lenders and the International Monetary Fund on the country’s bailout obligations have dragged on for months as disagreements persist over fiscal issues, labour