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Greece's 'war cabinet' prepares to battle EU creditors as anger mounts

The country’s radical-Left leaders have concluded that there is little be gained from any further concessions to EMU creditors

Greece’s “war cabinet” has resolved to defy the European creditor powers after a nine-hour meeting on Sunday, ensuring a crescendo of brinkmanship as the increasingly bitter fight comes to a head this month. 146 more words


Greece The Bailout Years

Photos and Text by Petros Giannakouris

Coming home to Greece was always a relief after covering war and upheaval abroad. The danger and the adventure were over. 1,227 more words


Why it's time for debt-addled Greece to worry about the Finns

The eurozone’s coterie of finance ministers is set to get a new face this week as Finland is set to announce the details of its coalition government. 880 more words


Greece Demands $300+ Billion In War Compensation From Germany

By Andrew Bolt ~

A scoundrel government is now trying moral blackmail rather than reform:

The Greek government says Germany owes Greece nearly €279bn (£204bn; $US303bn) in war reparations for the Nazi occupation during World War Two.

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Fed minutes and Greek debt — what to watch for in the week ahead

Hello friends and Fortune readers.

Play ball! This week marks the official start of baseball season for the MLB. But, it remains to be seen to what extent Greece, which has a massive loan repayment coming due this week, will play ball with its Eurozone creditors and the IMF. 512 more words


More promises, more skepticism as Europe talks around Greek problem

It’s a tired old playbook, but one that neither Greece nor its creditors has found an alternative to yet.

Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras promised late Thursday to submit a more concrete list of reforms to the country’s creditors in the Eurozone that will allow them to unlock the remaining billions in its bailout agreement and stave off bankruptcy, while the creditors repeated with increasingly strained patience their willingness to support the country, but only on their terms. 389 more words