Greece sought advice on economic reforms as the Greek PM criticised the country's creditors.
Plummeting euro value driven by Greek uncertainty and ECB's quantitative easing programme.
With a €1.5 billion repayment due this month and more this summer Greece could resort to desperate measures.
Satirical video reveals German terror of Greece's rebel finance minister.
The Greek finance minister says other European governments will suffer if others are 'asphyxiated' like his.
European Commission and International Monetary Fund accept Greek reforms as a 'valid starting point'.
Greece could run out of money by end of March without new external funding.
Eurozone stocks would fall and borrowing coasts soar if Athens were to leave the euro, say investors.
Promises and good intentions are of little use unless there is a program of action.
Greece seek a loan agreement extension but Germany insist they stick to terms of original bailout.
Greece and Germany draw firm battle lines as eurozone finance crunch talks begin.
The new prime minister told EU leaders austerity was killing his economy and an alternative had to be found.
A leaked German document made clear Berlin wants Athens to go back on anti-austerity promises.
This is make or break for Europe's populist parties. And Germany's leadership of Europe.
Declining prices usually herald trouble, but a unique set of circumstances mean that Spain's economy is surging.
Prices fell from last year across Europe, a phenomenon which could stunt growth for years to come
The countdown has begun to what threatens to be a missed opportunity to revive Europe's stalled economy.
The European Union Central Bank is set to wait for its stimulus to unfold before considering further steps after national bankers challenged Draghi's management style
Roughly one in five of the eurozone's top lenders failed landmark health checks at the end of last year but most have since repaired their finances, according to the European Central Bank