Your Search Returned 49 tagged news reports
EU summits used to buy three months' calm; then that fell to three weeks; now they are lucky to get three days; next time it may be three hours...The game is over and the European Central Bank will have to print the money. The aftermath of last week'
Our readers give their take on life in Greece in an economic crisis. Photograph: Kostas Tsironis/AP Five of our regular commenters give us their reaction to Aditya Chakrabortty's piece on panic hitting the Greek banking system and answer some of the
Mr Frangopulos tries to create the impression that any bribes allegedly paid by Siemens had been obtruded by the latter on the recipients instead of being requested by them. Submarines ordered by the Greek navy did not have serious faults since only
A lthough markets fear an end to the euro because of the incredible costs and uncertainties that such a drastic move would create, the re-emergence of local currencies does come with some big benefits. World Markets and author of Why Your World Is
Demetra, a conservative' student, tells me her anarchist classmates are rarely in before mid-afternoon. They like to sleep when they're not being anarchists,' she explains wryly. Every inch of their base is sprayed with anti-capitalist and anti-state
Syria — A Syrian archaeologist says more than 250 silver coins dating back to the era of Alexander the Great have been unearthed in northern Syria. Youssef Kanjo, the head of archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Aleppo, says the coins
He promptly delivered the coins to the authorities who in turn delivered them to Aleppo Department of Archaeology and Museum. Yousef Kanjo, the director of archaeological excavations at Aleppo Department of Archaeology and Museum, said that the box
Official circles in Berlin have confirmed that plans to install German ammunition and fuel dumps in Spain had been abandoned over a month ago. However, a Labor MP in the House of Commons alleged today that there were already missile bases near Bilbao
Those who suggest Greece might leave the eurozone are like Homer's sirens," George Provopoulos said in an article for the 'Financial Times'. The idea of launching a new drachma "is based on flawed reasoning", he said...A devalued exchange rate could "