Eurozone to Review Last-Minute Rescue Plan for Greece
EU leaders will hold a further summit on Sunday to approve a plan to aid Greece if creditor institutions are satisfied.
Merkel May Make Greece A Pariah State
Doing the very minimum to keep Greece in the eurozone, but leaving it poor and isolated, is now the most likely outcome.
Greece's Tsipras Again Urges 'No' Vote in Referendum
Less than 24 hours after he wrote a conciliatory letter to creditors asking for a new bailout, Tsipras abruptly switched back into combative mode.
European Union Leaders Face Tough Topics at Brussels Summit
UK prime minister David Cameron will attempt to set out his intentions to renegotiate the UK's terms of its EU membership.
Having Added to Greece's Woes, the IMF Demands More of the Same
Excessive fiscal policy tightening within a euro straitjacket is not a good idea.
IMF Quits Negotiations on Greek Debt
The move was in response to Greece's radical anti-austerity government after four months of bitter negotiations.
Athens Resists Greece's Creditors' Draft Deal to Unlock Aid
A reform proposal from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was rejected by Eurozone officials
Greece Pays IMF One Day Early
Athens' financial position remains precarious as Greece pressures Eurogroup to release further bailout funds.
Protester Showers European Central Bank Boss With Confetti
A female protester seeking to "End the ECB Dick-tatorship" interrupted a press conference.
Smiles Belie Tough Talks As Greek PM Tsipras Visits Berlin
It was unclear if Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel had narrowed differences on economic reforms for Greece.
Is Pablo Iglesias Spain's Barack Obama or Its Vladimir Lenin?
Pablo Iglesias is on a mission to save Spain.
Euro Zone, Greece Agree on Four Month Loan Extension
Athens pledged not to roll back any reforms that could have a negative fiscal impact and to honor all its debts.
Euro Zone Talks on Greek Debt Crisis Break Down
The unexpectedly rapid collapse raised doubts about Greece's future in the single currency area.
J.P. Morgan Predicts Greek Banks Will Soon Run Out of Collateral
Greek banks are losing around 2 billion euros of deposits a week.
Greece's Finance Minister Still Hopeful For Deal With Euro Zone
Yanis Varoufakis played down a failure to reach a common position with the rest of the euro zone, saying he believed a "healing deal" was possible.
Will Syriza's Victory in Greece Mean Easing Austerity?
This is make or break for Europe's populist parties. And Germany's leadership of Europe.
Flights Cancelled as Greece Paralyzed by Major Strike
Labor unions accused the government of trying to take the labor market back to "medieval times" and of implementing policies that are causing a "humanitarian crisis"
'EU, IMF out!': 40,000 Greeks March Against Austerity
Clashes broke out as the march ended, and police fired teargas at groups of youths who hurled stones and plastic bottles.