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Referendum Poll: Greeks Equally Divided Between ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ Vote

Two days before Sunday's crucial referendum in Greece, and the "Yes" and "No" camps are divided right in the middle, as latest opinion polls show. So far,...

Greek Alt Min: Tsipras Called for a Referendum Otherwise the Govt Would Have Fallen

Greece's Alternate Minister for International Economic Relations Euclid Tsakalotos told CNN on Thursday that the Greek government decided to hold a referendum otherwise it would...

Greek Govt Doesn’t Know When Banks Will Reopen

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and cabinet members do not know when banks will reopen, despite the fact that the Greek government had announced...

Greece’s Referendum Campaigns End Friday with Parallel ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ Rallies

The two opposing factions of Sunday's referendum hold their rallies at the same time this evening, Friday, July 3, in downtown Athens. The 'No' camp, supported...

Fin Min Varoufakis: “I Will Resign if Greeks Vote ‘Yes’ to Agreement”

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said that he will resign if there is a "yes" vote in Sunday's referendum over creditors' proposals to Greece. Varoufakis...

Greek Exports Hurt by Capital Controls

Greek exporting companies could lose 80 million euros per week after the imposition of capital controls and the closing of banks, estimates the Panhellenic...

White House: All Parties Involved Should Keep Greece in Eurozone

The White House said on Wednesday it believes all parties involved in negotiations over Greece's financial crisis want the country to stay in the...

IMF Chief: Greece Must Reform Before Creditors Restructure Debt

Greece should reform its economy before European creditors restructure its sovereign debt, said International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde, a day after the country's...

Venezuelan President Maduro Expresses Solidarity Toward Greece

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro issued a statement expressing solidarity toward the Greek people and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras after Greece decided to default on...

Deal Prospects for Greece Unclear, Yet European Stock Markets Went Up

The last-minute effort of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to secure a deal with Greece's creditors has generated hopes that sent European stock markets higher....

Greek Energy Minister: We Have a Plan B, We Don’t Need EU Money

Greece has a Plan B and does not need European Union money, said Productive Reconstruction, Environment and Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis. "The situation is very difficult...

Thousands of Greeks Demonstrate Saying ‘Yes’ to Europe

Thousands of Greeks protested in front of the Greek Parliament asking to stay in the European Union and the euro. The mayors of Athens and...

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