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Greeks vote in second general election

Athens: On Sunday, Greeks voted in the second general election this year to elect a new government that will implement the three year bailout...

Greek bailout tranche disbursed on time

Athens: The first tranche of Greece's new bailout programme -- the third in five years -- was disbursed on Thursday on time allowing Athens...

EU negotiators arrive in Athens for bailout talks

By NewsGram Staff Writer European Union (EU) negotiators arrived in Athens on Friday to begin discussions on a third Greek bailout. Greek government officials are expected...

No ‘Grexit’ as Eurozone reaches agreement on Greek crisis

By NewsGram Staff Writer Eurozone leaders on Monday reached a "unanimous" agreement after marathon talks over a third bailout for Greece, European Union (EU) President...

Eurozone leaders reach a compromise deal that could secure Greece a third bailout

By NewsGram Staff Writer Brussels: After a marathon 15 hours of talks, the longest EU summit on record, Eurozone leaders have reached a compromise deal that could...

Eurozone to Greece: Either a deal, or go bust

Paris: After Greece failed to propose a fresh debt deal on Tuesday, the eurozone gave it until Thursday to present new proposals to secure a...

Yanis Varoufakis: Bold politician with a selfless approach to work

By Gaurav Sharma Even as Greeks ticked off the OXI(NO) mark on the referendum proposing austerity measures, the man behind the resounding NO was no...

#Grefenderum: Greek finance minister quits after ‘No’ vote in referendum

By NewsGram Staff Writer Athens: Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned from his position after a majority of Greeks voted 'No' in the referendum on bailout...

Greece votes in landmark referendum in debt deal

By NewsGram Staff Writer Greece participated on Sunday in a landmark referendum on terms of agreement on the next debt deal with the country's lenders. The...

Greece’s top court rules referendum to go ahead as planned

 Athens: The July 5 Greek referendum on the debt draft deal with creditors will go ahead as planned, Greece's highest administrative court ruled on Friday. The...

Grexit: Greece declines to pay IMF loan installment

Athens: Greece will not repay the loan installment due to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said even as...

Grexit: Greece preparing last-minute debt proposal

Athens: The Greek government was preparing a last minute proposal for a debt repayment deal with international creditors to avert a countdown to default...

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