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Greece bailout: prospect of early election grows as market dives

Greece’s government has conceded that dissent within the ruling party was likely to force an early election, while bank shares plummeted again on the...

Alexis Tsipras warns Syriza about early elections

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras says he does not want early elections but rebels within his radical left Syriza party could force his hand. Mr...

‘Technical issues’ see Greek bailout talks stall

High-level talks between Greece and its European creditors on a third bailout for the cash-strapped country have been delayed until logistical matters are sorted...

Banks re-open in Greece as citizens face tax rise

Greece set a series of landmarks today it hopes will shore up its battered economy following months of crisis that threatened its place in...

Syriza MEP: Bailout deal ‘not sustainable’

An MEP with the Syriza party in Greece has claimed the measures included in an agreement with Eurozone leaders are "not sustainable" and will...

Greek talks drag beyond deadline

between Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras and distrustful European leaders have dragged past a self-imposed weekend deadline without an agreement that would give Greece...

Greek crisis: European creditors are searching for an agreement amongst themselves

The race is on to work out a deal to sort out the financial crisis in Greece after a last-chance EU summit was called...

Trust the main issue with Greece, say eurozone leaders

An emergency meeting of eurozone finance ministers is well underway in Brussels this evening, as Greece seeks around €70bn from its international creditors in...

Greece begins new bailout mission

Greece's negotiators head to Brussels armed with their reform proposals and parliamentary backing to seek a third bailout, but with the shadow of severe...

Greece proposals lift FTSE

Last-ditch proposals by Greece on major reforms to appease its creditors helped lift London’s top-flight today as hopes were raised that the debt-laden country...

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Officer who put knee on George Floyd’s neck ‘should be charged over death

The mayor of Minneapolis has called for criminal charges to be filed against the white police officer seen on video kneeling on the neck...

Pompeo tells Congress that US no longer considers Hong Kong to be autonomous

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has notified Congress that the Trump administration no longer regards Hong Kong as autonomous from mainland China. The move...

WHO creates new foundation in a bid for more funds

The World Health Organisation has called on members of the public to start donating funds to its new foundation. It comes after Donald Trump threatened...

Paul Rudd admits he still fees like an imposter as he gives career advice

Paul Rudd has admitted he still feels like an “imposter” and not as talented as his co-stars, despite almost 30 years in the acting...

Iran president calls for harsher measures to combat ‘honour’ killings

Iran’s president urged his Cabinet to speed up harsher laws in so-called honour killings, after a particularly disturbing murder of a 14-year-old girl by...
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