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EU warns eight nations on budget deficit
EU warns eight nations on budget deficit

The EU has warned that eight eurozone countries, including Italy, are at risk of breaking EU rules because of excessive budget deficits.

EU warns eight nations on budget deficit
EU eyes US-style screening system for travellers
EU eyes US-style screening system for travellers

The EU plans to create a US-style security screening system as part of efforts to fight terrorism.

EU eyes US-style screening system for travellers
'Brexit' is not going to happen, says EU's Juncker
'Brexit' is not going to happen, says EU's Juncker

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker insisted that Britain would not leave the EU, as leaders prepare to discuss David Cameron's reform demands at a summit next month.

'Brexit' is not going to happen, says EU's Juncker
Spain backs France's decision to miss EU deficit target
Spain backs France's decision to miss EU deficit target

Spain backed France's decision to let EU deficit obligations slide in order to step up spending on security in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.

Spain backs France's decision to miss EU deficit target
British, Spanish PM urge 'real' reform of eurozone
British, Spanish PM urge 'real' reform of eurozone

The prime ministers of Britain and Spain called for a "real reform of the eurozone" that makes growth and free trade a priority.

British, Spanish PM urge 'real' reform of eurozone
French PM warns 'Grexit' would be 'disaster' for Greece, eurozone
French PM warns 'Grexit' would be 'disaster' for Greece, eurozone

Greece leaving the eurozone would be a disaster both for the debt-laden country and the single currency, France's prime minister warned.

French PM warns 'Grexit' would be 'disaster' for Greece, eurozone
Eurozone leaders thrash out Greece bailout deal
Eurozone leaders thrash out Greece bailout deal

Time was running out to get a desperately needed debt agreement in place after 10 hours of talks in Brussels, with Greece's economy and banking system at risk of imminent collapse.

Eurozone leaders thrash out Greece bailout deal
'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
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
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Impact of Greek crisis on Kazakhstan

Kazakh experts have shared their opinions about the effect of the Greek debt crisis on Kazakhstan’s economy.

Impact of Greek crisis on Kazakhstan
Greece won't leave eurozone, says Italian PM
Greece won't leave eurozone, says Italian PM

Greece will not exit the eurozone regardless of the outcome of the country's referendum this weekend, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said.

Greece won't leave eurozone, says Italian PM
Eurozone refuses Greek bailout extension, more talks Wednesday
Eurozone refuses Greek bailout extension, more talks Wednesday

Eurozone finance ministers declined to extend Greece's bailout Tuesday hours before its expiry and a possible IMF default.

Eurozone refuses Greek bailout extension, more talks Wednesday
New Eurogroup meeting on Greece Wednesday: EU's Tusk
New Eurogroup meeting on Greece Wednesday: EU's Tusk

Eurozone finance ministers will meet again in a bid to reach a final bailout deal for Greece ahead of an EU leaders' summit the following day.

New Eurogroup meeting on Greece Wednesday: EU's Tusk
Athens says Europe 'doesn't need IMF' on eve of crunch summit
Athens says Europe 'doesn't need IMF' on eve of crunch summit

Greece does not want any more help from the IMF, minister of state Nikos Pappas said on the eve of a summit.

Athens says Europe 'doesn't need IMF' on eve of crunch summit
Grexit 'beginning of the end of the eurozone': Greek PM

A Greek exit from the eurozone would be the beginning of the end of the single currency, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was quoted.

Grexit 'beginning of the end of the eurozone': Greek PM
Varoufakis says Greece committed to eurozone
Varoufakis says Greece committed to eurozone

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said that his country is determined to remain in the eurozone.

Varoufakis says Greece committed to eurozone
A German king, a Greek crown - historic roots of troubled ties
A German king, a Greek crown - historic roots of troubled ties

Greece has railed against what it sees as German dominance since the 2010 start of the eurozone financial crisis.

A German king, a Greek crown - historic roots of troubled ties
Greece handed ultimatum as eurozone bailout talks collapse
Greece handed ultimatum as eurozone bailout talks collapse

Eurozone ministers have handed Greece an ultimatum to request an extension to its bailout programme after crunch talks collapsed.

Greece handed ultimatum as eurozone bailout talks collapse
Greece will stay in eurozone: French PM
Greece will stay in eurozone: French PM

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls sought to reassure Chinese concerns about the eurozone, insisting that Greece will stay part of the single currency.

Greece will stay in eurozone: French PM
Hollande: Greece must stick to its EU commitments
Hollande: Greece must stick to its EU commitments

French President Francois Hollande urged Greece to abide by its European commitments, as the spectre of a Greek exit from the eurozone rears its head again.

Hollande: Greece must stick to its EU commitments