Latest News from Greece
Greece's borrowing costs in a short-term debt sale have tumbled, days after the country returned to the international bond markets.
The interest rate on a 13-week treasury bill issued Tuesday fell to 2.45 percent, compared with 3.1 percent for a similar issue last month, according to the public debt management agency.
BELGRADE - The level of cooperation between Serbia and Italy is exceptionally high, Serbia's outgoing Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Italian Ambassador to Serbia Giuseppe Manzo said at a meeting on Tuesday.
They particularly highlighted a positive trend in the development of economic ties, the Serbian government's press office said in a statement.
From International Socialist Group
As part of the 'Women on the Left' series, Chris Walsh looks at the Bulgarian-born founding member of the Greek precarious worker's union PEKOP, Konstantina Kuneva, who was subjected to horrific reactionary violence as a result of her endeavours in the service of women, migrants and the working class.
Golden Dawn lawmaker Ilias Panagiotaros, one of several of the neofascist party's MPs facing charges as part of a criminal probe, has hailed Adolf Hitler as "a great personality" in an interview with Australian television program 60 Minutes and has said GD would have solved all of Greece's problems if it had taken the law into its hands.
By Katerina Sokou
Structural reforms are the way out of the financial crisis for Greece, according to the International Monetary Fund, whose Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that «the journey is not over, there are still more structural reforms to implement and plenty of work to be done on the way."
The official news regarding Greeces present fiscal state of affairs appears to be very good indeed and is paving the way for serious negotiations with the countrys creditors and partners regarding the sovereign debt issue.
An Albanian man holds a placard that reads 'Kudret Kume was beaten by Greek police' during a protest in front of the Albanian Interior Ministry in Tirana, Albania, Monday.
Four guards from Nigrita Prison in northern Greece were bailed Monday after giving depositions in connection to the torture of Albanian inmate Ilie Kareli aka Kudret Kume who later died.