BERLIN Greece will likely get up to 15 billion euros (13.2 billion pounds) from its euro zone allies for stabilisation after its third bailout programme ends in August, a senior German government official said on Tuesday.
ATHENS With a brief formulation of words, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may have boosted his chances of persuading foreign creditors to free his nation from years of financial humiliation on better terms than a few days ago.
ATHENS Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras survived a no-confidence motion in parliament on Saturday, setting the stage for the signing of a historic accord with neighbouring Macedonia to settle a long dispute over the latter's name.
ATHENS Greek police fired teargas at protesters outside parliament on Saturday as lawmakers were in session discussing a no-confidence motion against the government over a controversial name deal with neighbouring Macedonia.
ATHENS Greece and Macedonia will sign an accord on Sunday to change the name of the former Yugoslav republic, the Greek government's press ministry said on Friday as the governments of both countries faced mounting opposition at home over the deal. | Video
ATHENS Greece and Macedonia will sign an accord on Sunday to change the name of the former Yugoslav republic to the "Republic of North Macedonia", the Greek government said on Friday, though there is mounting opposition in both countries to the plan.
ATHENS A lawmaker from Greece's far-right Golden Dawn was arrested on Friday after calling for a military coup and a prosecutor ordered an investigation into whether his tirade amounted to high treason, judicial and police sources said.
ATHENS The Greek parliament began debating a no-confidence motion in the government on Thursday, with opposition lawmakers furious over Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's deal aimed at solving a decades-old dispute with neighbouring Macedonia over its name.
BRUSSELS Euro zone creditors approved on Thursday a new disbursement of 1 billion euros (871 million pounds) to Greece, a move that was seen as a precondition for talks on new debt relief measures for Athens next week.
ATHENS Greece's parliament on Thursday passed a fast-track reform package to unlock bailout funds and wrap up a fourth and final review of its loan programme as it seeks more debt relief from its official creditors next week.