Relief for coalition as wildfire threat subsides
SYRIZA tests PASOK waters with talk of possible alliance
Thessaloniki bus firm row adds to public sector challenges
Coalition's ideological contrasts highlighted but Kammenos quashes rift talk
Public sector evaluation and hirings in the spotlight
Reshuffle rumours surface as Tsipras prepares plan for autumn
Lack of time, lenders' demands back Greek gov't into corner
Brussels Group talks are due to resume on Thursday, with a beefed up Greek team consisting of 18 officials from a range of ministries taking part in the negotiations and reports suggesting that Athens is now willing to back down from some of its “red lines.”
In the wake of reports that the Greek side buckled under pressure from lenders following Wednesday’s Euro Working Group and is ready to discuss subjects that it previously avoided, the Finance Ministry issued a statement late on Wednesday night denying ...
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