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Locked in a tight race with the ruling New Democracy Conservatives of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in the May 25 European Parliament elections and...

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Jean-Claude Juncker, the conservative candidate for European Commission president, is in Athens Monday May 19 to attend a series of appointments. He already had lunch with...

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Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said his New Democracy Conservatives and coalition partner PASOK Socialists will hold together to win elections for Greek municipalities and...

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Former Eurozone chief Jean-Claude Juncker wants to be European Commission President Former Eurozone chief Jean-Claude Juncker, a candidate for European Commission President, said after...

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With virtually no chance of getting the job of European Commission President, Greece's major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) leader Alexis Tsipras...

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Following revelations of Greeks with secret bank accounts in Switzerland and Lichtenstein that still haven't been checked for possible tax cheats, Greek Finance Minister...

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Former Eurozone chief Jean-Claude Juncker, the Prime Minister of Luxembourg, told an audience in Athens that the region's financial crisis - with Greece in...

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On the heels of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) admitting it vastly underestimated the effect of austerity measures in Greece demanded as part of...

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Jean-Claude Juncker With talks over a bailout for Cyprus going on for months, former Eurozone chief Jean-Claude Juncker said that a deal must be...

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Eurozone finance ministers approved a 9.2-billion-euro loan tranche for Greece on Monday. Eurogroup - as expected - focused on who will preside over its...

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The fiscal situation in Cyprus, the fifth Eurozone nation to seek a bailiout  is “more serious than Greece,” a danger overlooked by markets, the...

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It took a long time, but finance ministers of the 17-nation Eurozone, after months of wrangling with Greece, on Dec. 13 agreed to release...