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Greece will need debt relief along with deep security fund reforms in order for the pension system to be sustainable, said International Monetary Fund...

French Finance Minister Michel Sapin wants the Greek debt issue to be put immediately on the negotiation table, according to the Greek Sunday newspaper...

The Greek government is expected to start negotiation talks with Greece’s creditors this coming Monday, which will be completed in two rounds, according to...

In early 2010, she was a Minister for Labor under Papandreou's Pasok government, in 2012 she left Pasok and founded The Social Agreement Party,...

The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) hawkish attitude towards Greece has many people perplexed, but there is nothing surprising about it: the Fund is notoriously...

A few days ago, Gideon Rachman argued in The Financial Times that a good deal addressing both Europe’s refugee problem and the Greek debt...

European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis told a news conference  in Brussels that the issue of Greece’s debt is in no way connected with...

Professor Noam Chomsky talks about Europe's refugee crisis and the Greek debt drama in an exclusive interview. Europe is torn apart as there is no...

President of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) Klaus Regling ruled out a haircut for Greece's state debt on Tuesday. Instead, he said the European...

If there were any illusions as to whether the new bailout agreement will sort out for good Greece's financing needs and put the economy...

The evaluation of Greece’s economic program must be completed as soon as possible because it may be Greece’s last chance, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras...

“Hope begins today” was the message that the current Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent to the Greek people when his Coalition of the...