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Greece deal will not be 'at any price': Merkel
Greece deal will not be 'at any price': Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned a Greek bailout deal would not come "at any price" as she arrived for a eurozone summit aimed at bridging gaps on how to keep Greece in the single currency.

Greece deal will not be 'at any price': Merkel
Greece's Tsipras asks parliament to approve reforms as "national responsibility"
Greece's Tsipras asks parliament to approve reforms as "national responsibility"

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked parliament early to approve his reform proposals to creditors as a "national responsibility".

Greece's Tsipras asks parliament to approve reforms as "national responsibility"
Greek PM seeks parliament's backing for new EU debt talks
Greek PM seeks parliament's backing for new EU debt talks

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will on Friday ask lawmakers to endorse his new plans to save the country from financial collapse.

Greek PM seeks parliament's backing for new EU debt talks
ECB should not provide more liquidity to Greece: Bundesbank
ECB should not provide more liquidity to Greece: Bundesbank

The European Central Bank should not provide any more emergency liquidity to Greece, the head of the German central bank said.

ECB should not provide more liquidity to Greece: Bundesbank
Lagarde: A new Greece program needs debt restructure
Lagarde: A new Greece program needs debt restructure

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that a new program to prop up Greece's finances would require creditors to restructure debt.

Lagarde: A new Greece program needs debt restructure
Greek banks to stay closed until Monday: finance ministry
Greek banks to stay closed until Monday: finance ministry

Greek banks will remain closed until Monday, the finance ministry said as the government raced to come up with a new proposal to present to creditors in a last-minute drive to avert a eurozone exit.

Greek banks to stay closed until Monday: finance ministry
Putin hosts BRICS summit amid standoff with West
Putin hosts BRICS summit amid standoff with West

Russian President Vladimir Putin is to meet world leaders including China's Xi Jingping and India's Narendra Modi ahead of the start of a summit of the BRICS emerging economies.

Putin hosts BRICS summit amid standoff with West
Madrid's mantra: Spain is not Greece
Madrid's mantra: Spain is not Greece

Greece's economic turbulence is dominating political debate in Spain ahead of a year-end general election, with the ruling conservatives pointing to Syriza's difficulties to discredit its Spanish ally Podemos.

Madrid's mantra: Spain is not Greece
Merkel: 'still no basis' for talks on new Greek bailout
Merkel: 'still no basis' for talks on new Greek bailout

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that there was still no basis for talks on a new Greek bailout, as she arrived in Brussels for an emergency summit of eurozone leaders.

Merkel: 'still no basis' for talks on new Greek bailout
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Nursultan Nazarbayev hails Eurasian integration

Nursultan Nazarbayev says Eurasian integration is the way of progress and success.

Nursultan Nazarbayev hails Eurasian integration
'Can't take risk' of Greece leaving euro: French PM
'Can't take risk' of Greece leaving euro: French PM

France can't take the risk of Greece leaving the eurozone, which would have an effect across the globe, the prime minister said on Tuesday.

'Can't take risk' of Greece leaving euro: French PM
IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested': Lagarde
IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested': Lagarde

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said that the global crisis lender would assist Greece if asked, a day after Greek voters rejected a prior bailout plan.

IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested': Lagarde
'Europe without Greece? Joke,' says Greek foreign minister
'Europe without Greece? Joke,' says Greek foreign minister

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias ruled out his country's exit from the EU and called for calm after Greek voters rejected bailout terms of international creditors.

'Europe without Greece? Joke,' says Greek foreign minister
Euro picks up after Greek finance minister quits
Euro picks up after Greek finance minister quits

The euro rose after Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis announced his shock resignation, just hours after the cash-strapped nation rejected creditors' austerity demands in a landmark weekend referendum.

Euro picks up after Greek finance minister quits
Yanis Varoufakis: Greece's 'erratic Marxist'
Yanis Varoufakis: Greece's 'erratic Marxist'

Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's finance minister resigned despite the government having secured a resounding victory in a weekend referendum.

Yanis Varoufakis: Greece's 'erratic Marxist'
Greek 'No' wins referendum with over 61% of votes: near-complete results
Greek 'No' wins referendum with over 61% of votes: near-complete results

More than 61 percent of Greek voters rejected fresh austerity demands by the country's EU-IMF creditors in a historic referendum.

Greek 'No' wins referendum with over 61% of votes: near-complete results
Moscow sees Greece 'closer to euro exit' after bailout referendum
Moscow sees Greece 'closer to euro exit' after bailout referendum

Greece has moved a step closer towards a eurozone exit as early results from a crucial bailout referendum suggested Greeks had overwhelmingly rejected creditors' demands for more austerity.

Moscow sees Greece 'closer to euro exit' after bailout referendum
President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz. ©RIA Novosti
Greece would need new currency if votes 'No': Schulz

Greece will have to introduce another currency if it votes 'No' in Sunday's referendum on its potential bailout terms, European Parliament president Martin Schulz said.

Greece would need new currency if votes 'No': Schulz
Tusk urges EU to avoid 'dramatic messages' on Greece vote
Tusk urges EU to avoid 'dramatic messages' on Greece vote

EU president Donald Tusk urged the bloc to avoid sending any "dramatic messages" even if the Greeks were to vote against bailout conditions in their weekend referendum.

Tusk urges EU to avoid 'dramatic messages' on Greece vote
Greek banks say have sufficient liquidity until Tuesday
Greek banks say have sufficient liquidity until Tuesday

Greek banks have enough liquidity up to their reopening as expected early next week after the country's bailout referendum at the weekend.

Greek banks say have sufficient liquidity until Tuesday