EU leaders agreed on a 17-point plan to help deal with the flow of refugees.
The protests laid bare the deep divide heading into a referendum that may decide the country's future in Europe's single currency.
Greece needs an extra 50 billion euros over the next three years and significant debt relief to stay afloat, its creditors warned Thursday.
Less than 24 hours after he wrote a conciliatory letter to creditors asking for a new bailout, Tsipras abruptly switched back into combative mode.
The Greek prime minister made concessions on major sticking points in a letter to eurozone ministers.
A reform proposal from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was rejected by Eurozone officials
Jean-Claude Juncker's believes the European Union should have its own counter-intelligence agency
Niche apps for search results may threaten Google monopoly as it fights antitrust violations
Eurogroup says Athens's reforms are too optimistic, urges Greece to tackle issues of pensions and labour markets.
Finance minister pledges to "reform Greece deeply" as deadline for €450 million loan repayment to IMF approaches.
Even in a country accustomed to flagrant political corruption scandals, this one could be the final straw.
Jean-Claude Juncker's plans come after previous unsuccessful attempts for pan-Europe military projects.
Moscow had threatened to cut supplies after Kiev refused to pay for gas to rebel-held areas.
European Commission and International Monetary Fund accept Greek reforms as a 'valid starting point'.
The findings of a public consultation over TTIP, show 'wide-spread opposition' to the controversial ISDS clause.
Jean-Claude Juncker, who was the Luxembourg president for 19 years, is facing mounting criticism
PM warns Britain's EU membership at risk unless migrants are stopped from taking advantage of the welfare system
It's come after EU lawmakers made draft plans to break up Google
Belgian police confirm parts used in detonation devices are found in a flat rented by recently arrested Dutch couple, returning from Syria