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Greek PM announces first 'humanitarian' legislation
Greek PM announces first 'humanitarian' legislation

Greece's new anti-austerity government will put before parliament early next week its first legislation tackling the "humanitarian crisis" caused by years of cuts.

Greek PM announces first 'humanitarian' legislation
Germany rejects Greece 'take-it or leave-it' debt offer
Germany rejects Greece 'take-it or leave-it' debt offer

Germany rejected a take-it or leave-it request by Athens for a six-month extension to its EU loan programme.

Germany rejects Greece 'take-it or leave-it' debt offer
New Greek president Pavlopoulos, pro-European with mixed legacy
New Greek president Pavlopoulos, pro-European with mixed legacy

Prokopis Pavlopoulos, who was elected Greece's new president, is a veteran conservative insider whose selection has raised its share of eyebrows among the ruling left.

New Greek president Pavlopoulos, pro-European with mixed legacy
Greece eyes pain-free EU loan deal
Greece eyes pain-free EU loan deal

Greece was expected to bid for extra debt crisis aid from the EU without strings attached, ahead of a closely-watched ECB meeting on the country's emergency funds.

Greece eyes pain-free EU loan deal
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, eurozone thrash out high-stakes debt rescue changes
Greece, eurozone thrash out high-stakes debt rescue changes

Greece goes into talks with its eurozone partners demanding changes to a massive international bailout.

Greece, eurozone thrash out high-stakes debt rescue changes
Greece 'does not blackmail and will not be blackmailed': Tsipras
Greece 'does not blackmail and will not be blackmailed': Tsipras

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras warned that his government would not be pressured into breaking promises made to voters.

Greece 'does not blackmail and will not be blackmailed': Tsipras
Greece wants to fix debt problem with EU, not other powers
Greece wants to fix debt problem with EU, not other powers

Greece's foreign minister said his left-wing government wants to resolve the nation's debt squeeze with Europe.

Greece wants to fix debt problem with EU, not other powers
Greece draws up reforms as emergency debt meeting looms
Greece draws up reforms as emergency debt meeting looms

Greece's radical new government was fine-turning details of a controversial reform deal it hopes to seal with sceptical EU creditors at critical talks.

Greece draws up reforms as emergency debt meeting looms
Greek PM 'unshakeable' on election pledges, calls for EU bridge loan
Greek PM 'unshakeable' on election pledges, calls for EU bridge loan

A defiant Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he would be "unshakeable" in carrying out the new Greek government's anti-austerity agenda.

Greek PM 'unshakeable' on election pledges, calls for EU bridge loan
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Moody's threatens to downgrade Greece

Moody's placed Greece's credit rating on review for a downgrade Friday, citing "high uncertainty" about the country's talks with creditors.

Moody's threatens to downgrade Greece
Greek finance minister met with 'scepticism' in Berlin debt talks
Greek finance minister met with 'scepticism' in Berlin debt talks

Greece's finance minister faced criticism and a stern reminder of his commitments to his EU partners.

Greek finance minister met with 'scepticism' in Berlin debt talks
Greece defence minister reassures NATO over Russia ties
Greece defence minister reassures NATO over Russia ties

Greece's new government remains committed to its NATO role despite close ties with Russia that have worried its allies.

Greece defence minister reassures NATO over Russia ties
Italy's Renzi says EU-Greece deal possible after Tsipras talks
Italy's Renzi says EU-Greece deal possible after Tsipras talks

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he believes Greece will be able to strike a deal with its EU partners over its massive debts.

Italy's Renzi says EU-Greece deal possible after Tsipras talks
EU won't change everything to please Greece: Juncker
EU won't change everything to please Greece: Juncker

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker warned Greece's new government that Brussels will not change all of its rules just to solve the debt crisis in Athens.

EU won't change everything to please Greece: Juncker
Obama urges less austerity in Greek recovery
Obama urges less austerity in Greek recovery

Greece will not deliver a strong economic recovery unless authorities loosen austerity programs, US President Barack Obama suggested in remarks that aired.

Obama urges less austerity in Greek recovery
Greek finance minister says eyeing new debt deal by 'end May'
Greek finance minister says eyeing new debt deal by 'end May'

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said he wanted to reach a new agreement with international creditors on his country's debt burden "by the end of May".

Greek finance minister says eyeing new debt deal by 'end May'
EU must stop 'spasmodic' moves on Russia: minister
EU must stop 'spasmodic' moves on Russia: minister

The European Union must halt "spasmodic" action against Russia, adding Greece could not be ignored in EU affairs simply because it owes money.

EU must stop 'spasmodic' moves on Russia: minister
Merkel rules out debt reduction for Greece
Merkel rules out debt reduction for Greece

German Chancellor rejected the prospect of debt relief for Athens, adding to tensions between the radical new Greek government and its international creditors.

Merkel rules out debt reduction for Greece
New Greek PM Tsipras in Italy, France next week: office
New Greek PM Tsipras in Italy, France next week: office

Greece's new radical Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will travel to Italy and France next week for meetings.

New Greek PM Tsipras in Italy, France next week: office