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Greece's Tsipras hints at possible vote deal with socialists
Greece's Tsipras hints at possible vote deal with socialists

Greece's former leader Alexis Tsipras has opened the door to a coalition with rivals on the left should his Syriza party fail to win a majority in elections in two weeks' time.

Greece's Tsipras hints at possible vote deal with socialists
EU officials booed by Greek island residents over migrant crisis
EU officials booed by Greek island residents over migrant crisis

Angry protesters greeted top EU officials visiting the Greek island of Kos on Friday to see the impact of the migrant crisis.

EU officials booed by Greek island residents over migrant crisis
EU faces 'unprecedented humanitarian, political crisis': Timmermans
EU faces 'unprecedented humanitarian, political crisis': Timmermans

Europe is facing an "unprecedented humanitarian and political crisis" as it struggles with the huge influx of refugees and migrants, the European Commission's vice-president Frans Timmermans said.

EU faces 'unprecedented humanitarian, political crisis': Timmermans
Tsipras asks Greeks for outright majority in September vote
Tsipras asks Greeks for outright majority in September vote

Greece's ex-prime minister Alexis Tsipras called for voters in upcoming snap elections to give his radical left Syriza party a "strong mandate" to lead the crisis-hit nation.

Tsipras asks Greeks for outright majority in September vote
Greece vote set for Sept 20 as Syriza takes poll lead
Greece vote set for Sept 20 as Syriza takes poll lead

Greece geared up for a snap election next month, with an opinion poll showing the leftist party Syriza ahead despite a wave of defections over the country's massive new bailout.

Greece vote set for Sept 20 as Syriza takes poll lead
Greece's top judge takes over as caretaker PM ahead of snap vote
Greece's top judge takes over as caretaker PM ahead of snap vote

Greece's top judge became the country's first female prime minister, taking over a caretaker administration to organise early elections next month.

Greece's top judge takes over as caretaker PM ahead of snap vote
Greek eurosceptics to take government mandate amid early election row
Greek eurosceptics to take government mandate amid early election row

A breakaway eurosceptic faction of Greece's Syriza party was to attempt to form a government as the country headed for a likely September 20 snap ballot.

Greek eurosceptics to take government mandate amid early election row
Greece rebels form new party ahead of snap polls
Greece rebels form new party ahead of snap polls

Rebels from Greece's Syriza party on Friday formed a breakaway parliamentary group after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned.

Greece rebels form new party ahead of snap polls
Macedonia allows 'vulnerable' migrants to cross border
Macedonia allows 'vulnerable' migrants to cross border

Macedonia said it would allow a limited number of "vulnerable" migrants to enter the country after sealing its border with Greece to them, leaving thousands of refugees stuck in no-man's land.

Macedonia allows 'vulnerable' migrants to cross border
Tsipras proposes snap Greek vote for September 20: agency
Tsipras proposes snap Greek vote for September 20: agency

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has proposed calling an early election in the crisis-hit country on September 20, the ANA news agency said.

Tsipras proposes snap Greek vote for September 20: agency
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Kazakhstan listed in Top 10 World's Riskiest Sovereign Debt?

Kazakhstan has been put on the map of the world's riskiest sovereign debt by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Really?

Kazakhstan listed in Top 10 World's Riskiest Sovereign Debt?
Greece repays 3.4 bn euros to European Central Bank: source
Greece repays 3.4 bn euros to European Central Bank: source

Greece has repaid 3.4 billion euros ($3.79 billion) due to the European Central Bank, a source close to the Greek government said after the launch of a massive new reforms-for-bailout deal.

Greece repays 3.4 bn euros to European Central Bank: source
Greek PM wants European parliament to join creditors quartet
Greek PM wants European parliament to join creditors quartet

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked that the European Parliament (EP) join the group of creditors overseeing the recently-approved bailout deal.

Greek PM wants European parliament to join creditors quartet
Dutch PM grilled on Greece, beats no-confidence bid
Dutch PM grilled on Greece, beats no-confidence bid

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte received a grilling in parliament for his cabinet's support for debt-ridden Greece's third international bailout.

Dutch PM grilled on Greece, beats no-confidence bid
Spanish parliament approves new Greece bailout
Spanish parliament approves new Greece bailout

Spanish lawmakers overwhelming approved Greece's third bailout package following a debate in parliament which the ruling party used to defend its economic record.

Spanish parliament approves new Greece bailout
Germany touts Greek change of heart ahead of key bailout vote
Germany touts Greek change of heart ahead of key bailout vote

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her hardline Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on Sunday hailed a dramatic change in Greece's approach to its debt crisis.

Germany touts Greek change of heart ahead of key bailout vote
Eurozone approves Greek bailout accord worth up to 86 bn euros: official
Eurozone approves Greek bailout accord worth up to 86 bn euros: official

Eurozone finance ministers approved Friday a third debt bailout worth up to 86 billion euros to keep Greece afloat and avoid its chaotic exit from the single currency bloc.

Eurozone approves Greek bailout accord worth up to 86 bn euros: official
Greece's Tsipras says German plan 'would lead to crisis without end'
Greece's Tsipras says German plan 'would lead to crisis without end'

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras warned that a German proposal to give his debt-ridden country a bridging loan rather than agree a new bailout would be "a return to a crisis without end".

Greece's Tsipras says German plan 'would lead to crisis without end'
Greece reaches deal with creditors: government source
Greece reaches deal with creditors: government source

Greece has reached a deal on a multi-billion bailout with its international creditors after marathon talks.

Greece reaches deal with creditors: government source
UN condemns 'shameful' migrant conditions in Greece
UN condemns 'shameful' migrant conditions in Greece

The United Nations warned that migrants landing in Greece were facing "shameful" conditions, with the crisis-hit country claiming it was unable to cope with the massive influx on its Aegean islands.

UN condemns 'shameful' migrant conditions in Greece