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IMF says Greece may need debt relief
IMF says Greece may need debt relief

The International Monetary Fund said that Greece may need debt relief but rejected news reports that it had pushed for it at a eurozone meeting last month.

IMF says Greece may need debt relief
'I'm still in charge' of Greece debt talks team: Varoufakis
'I'm still in charge' of Greece debt talks team: Varoufakis

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis insisted in a German newspaper interview that he is still in charge of Greece's team handling crucial talks with creditors.

'I'm still in charge' of Greece debt talks team: Varoufakis
Greek president to visit Berlin 'soon' for war payment talks
Greek president to visit Berlin 'soon' for war payment talks

Greece's president said he hoped to meet his German counterpart soon for talks on Athens' demands for reparations over the Nazi occupation of Greece during World War II.

Greek president to visit Berlin 'soon' for war payment talks
Europe pushes Greece in bogged down debt talks
Europe pushes Greece in bogged down debt talks

European ministers heaped pressure on Greece to speed up negotiations to unblock critically needed bailout funds and avert a dangerous default.

Europe pushes Greece in bogged down debt talks
Euro eases as Greece musters local funds in debt crisis
Euro eases as Greece musters local funds in debt crisis

The euro fell against the dollar as Greece ordered all public agencies to pony up their financial reserves to help the debt-riddled government meet urgent payments.

Euro eases as Greece musters local funds in debt crisis
Obama, Greek finance chief share 'brief interaction' in Washington
Obama, Greek finance chief share 'brief interaction' in Washington

US President Barack Obama and Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis had a "brief interaction," after the finance chief caused a stir by saying he would meet with the US leader.

Obama, Greek finance chief share 'brief interaction' in Washington
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
Greece to make April IMF payment, but uncertainty reigns
Greece to make April IMF payment, but uncertainty reigns

Greece is due to make its 459 million euro ($495 million) April loan payment to the IMF following days of uncertainty.

Greece to make April IMF payment, but uncertainty reigns
Greek PM in Moscow for Putin meet that rattles EU
Greek PM in Moscow for Putin meet that rattles EU

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was due to meet Kremlin strongman Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

Greek PM in Moscow for Putin meet that rattles EU
Greece agrees to repay IMF debt by April 9: Lagarde
Greece agrees to repay IMF debt by April 9: Lagarde

Greece has agreed to repay its debt to the International Monetary Fund by April 9, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said after a meeting with Greek Finance Minister.

Greece agrees to repay IMF debt by April 9: Lagarde
Greece 'confident' of paying IMF on time: govt source
Greece 'confident' of paying IMF on time: govt source

Greece will meet its financial obligations to the IMF, easing speculation that Athens could default on its debts with unknowable consequences for global markets.

Greece 'confident' of paying IMF on time: govt source
Blame game only helps Europe's enemies says Varoufakis
Blame game only helps Europe's enemies says Varoufakis

Finger-pointing between Germany and Greece will only play into the hands of Europe's enemies, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis saidю

Blame game only helps Europe's enemies says Varoufakis
Greece seeks 'happy ending' as creditors mull loan deal
Greece seeks 'happy ending' as creditors mull loan deal

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in remarks published he hoped key talks with international creditors would yield a "happy ending".

Greece seeks 'happy ending' as creditors mull loan deal
Ideal nudes on show at British Museum Greek exhibition
Ideal nudes on show at British Museum Greek exhibition

A major exhibition on the human body in ancient Greek art is to open at the British Museum from Thursday, exploring notions of ideal beauty.

Ideal nudes on show at British Museum Greek exhibition
After charm offensive, EU pressure on Greece for reform results
After charm offensive, EU pressure on Greece for reform results

A charm offensive by Greece's prime minister this week calmed bruised relations with Germany, but pressure remains on Athens to deliver on promised reforms.

After charm offensive, EU pressure on Greece for reform results
Greece to submit new reform list within days: statement
Greece to submit new reform list within days: statement

Greece has agreed to give creditors a new list of reforms within days in order to secure bailout funds.

Greece to submit new reform list within days: statement
Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit
Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will plead with European counterparts at a summit in Brussels to release vital funds to help his debt-laden country.

Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit
Greek parliament adopts anti-poverty law despite EU row
Greek parliament adopts anti-poverty law despite EU row

The Greek parliament overwhelmingly adopted a "humanitarian crisis" bill to help its poorest people, ignoring apparent pressure from the European Union to halt the legislation.

Greek parliament adopts anti-poverty law despite EU row
EU, Germany raise 'Grexit' alarm over Greece bailout
EU, Germany raise 'Grexit' alarm over Greece bailout

EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has warned of an alarming lack of progress in talks on Greece's bailout, as Germany raised the spectre of a tumultuous Greek exit from the euro.

EU, Germany raise 'Grexit' alarm over Greece bailout
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