Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis explains how the debt crisis was a Greek tragedy

Nov 3, 2017
"When you treat one European people as expendable and as collateral damage in a kind of war, a dirty war...you're condemning Europe to constant fragmentation and disintegration at the economic, financial and moral level."
Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis speaks at the official launch of the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025.
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Greece prepares for general election Sunday

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Athens bakery owner doesn't dwell on the present

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'Things can start getting better for all of us, not only my shop.'

Athens stock exchange reopens

Aug 3, 2015
...and it has promptly plunged by more than 22 percent.

Why A&P can go bust, but Greece can't

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On the surface, they are in similar situations. But the grocer has a way out.

Europe to Greece: Here's some money to pay us back

Jul 20, 2015
Athens is using a loan to pay its bills instead of boosting its economy.

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Greeks feel 'betrayed' by German leadership

Jul 15, 2015
Elena Karanatis says the country's ire has shifted from the IMF.

Debt relief for Greece: central and contentious

Jul 15, 2015
Options include rate reduction, more time for payments and wiping out some debt.

A German show faces a Greek audience

Jul 14, 2015
A troupe of actresses from Germany face an Athens audience.