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Fresh from his release from 18 months of pre-trial detention the leader of the far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikos Mihaloliakos, on Monday addressed Parliament in an of

A direct verbal attacked was launched by PASOK president Evangelos Venizelos on the way it has been negotiating with partners two months after national elections.

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Germany's Merkel narrowly avoided bigger revolt on Greece, sources say

By Matthias Sobolewski & Stephen Brown

German Chancellor Angela Merkel narrowly averted a far bigger rebellion last month on Greece's bailout extension among her conservatives, many more of whom would have voted 'Nein' but for her finance minister's powers of persuasion, lawmakers said.

Total nears agreement with Cyprus on gas search

France?s Total is close to extending an offshore natural gas exploration program in Cyprus after coming up empty in prior surveys, the island?s energy minister said on Monday.

Creditors maintain tough stance as Greece presents reforms

As pressure builds on Greece to implement economic reforms in order to secure crucial rescue funding, the country?s representative to the Euro Working Group on Wednesday presented to his eurozone counterparts the six proposals Greece intends to make at Monday?s Eurogroup meeting in Brussels.

Golden Dawn leader addresses Parliament — wants memoranda gone!

Fresh from his release from 18 months of pre-trial detention the leader of the far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikos Mihaloliakos, on Monday addressed Parliament in an off-the-agenda debate called by the leftist government on the course of negotiations with creditors.

Major effort under way after floods in Serres

Local authorities, residents and members of the armed forces in Serres, northern Greece, worked together on Monday in an effort to limit the damage caused by the Strymonas River, which broke its banks on Sunday, flooding thousands of hectares of farmland.