Thousands of Greek workers marched through the centre of Athens on Tuesday - one of a series of protests marking May Day.
At first gaze, they are unlikely bedfellows.
“We want to strengthen democracy and prevent the EU’s disintegration.” The message from former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, as he
Greece’s new finance minister has taken up the negotiating baton only hours after it was announced that flamboyant and often bombastic Yanis
There was a mixed reception for Greece’s Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, voting in Sunday’s referendum with his 90-year-old father in Athens
Greeks were given a day of reflection on Saturday ahead of the country’s make or break referendum. But many of the country’s 10 million voters were
Europe will lose a trillion euros if it allows Greece to go under, the country’s finance minister said on Saturday, accusing creditors of
The crucial Eurogroup meeting of finance ministers got underway on Wednesday (24 June) evening in Brussels. On the agenda: hammering out a solution
Inching towards debt redemption, the negotiations between Greece and its emergency lenders have raised the occasional mention of the word ‘Grexit’
Greece said on Monday it was willing to negotiate on a cash-for-reforms deal it needs to clinch by the end of June, when its bailout programme
There was food for thought for the Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis as the eurozone said in no uncertain terms that Athens would get no more
Eurogroup officials have been piling the pressure on Greece at the latest bailout talks taking place Friday in Riga.
Greece will make good with its creditors and implement much needed reforms. That was the promise from the country’s Finance Minister Yanis
The infamous video of Greece’s Finance minister Yanis Varoufakis ‘flipping his middle finger’ to Germany and which caused uproar in German media may