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Greece's main opposition leader says he's certain a left-wing government will be in power by early 2015 and its top priority will be to negotiate a lightening of the country's "unsustainable debt."...Tsipras, the European Left's candidate for the
Greek opposition leader Alexis Tsipras said on Sunday he will not support any candidate for president in spring 2015, in the hope of forcing a parliamentary election. The Greek parliament needs 180 votes to select a president but the government has
Greece (JTA) A politician from the main opposition party in Greece has caused an uproar after posting an anti-Semitic rant on his Facebook page accusing the Greek prime minister of heading a Jewish conspiracy. Theodoros Karypidis, the left-wing
Greek leftist opposition leader Alexis Tsipras delivers a speech during a parliament session where lawmakers vote on the 2014 budget in Athens December 7, 2013. Greece would seek to negotiate an international write-off of about one-third of its debt
The European elections to be held in May alongside local elections will be a key test of support for the fragile coalition, which is under pressure to show a recovery has taken root after four years of austerity...Odysseas Konstantinopoulos said. "
I came to Greece because I know that Greece has traveled down a long road to emerge from this economic difficulty and stand on its feet again economically. And I am here because I want to stress that we Germans have great respect for and acknowledge
Greece on Wednesday took over the rotating presidency of the European Union amid hopeful forecasts of an end this year to its protracted recession but lingering resentment of the austerity imposed by the 28-nation bloc. Public anger over the belt-
Greece (AP) Greece's central bank has joined the government in predicting that the country's economy will grow in 2014 following a savage six-year recession but cautioned about the impact of a heated political rivalry ahead of elections in May. In a
Greece (AP) The left-wing main opposition party in Greece has taken a lead in a closely monitored opinion poll, as more than nine out of 10 people feel pessimistic about the state of the recession-hit country. The opposition Syriza party led with 21.
The possible solution to the euro crisis is beginning to emerge, not in Brussels or Berlin, but in the southern periphery of the continent, which is bearing the full brunt of the misguided policies currently sustaining the joint currency.