Fires latest obstacle to coalition's momentum-building efforts
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
Fragility of summit pledge for border status quo already evident
Although the Greek government emerged relatively pleased from the European Council that ended on Friday, by Monday it was already clear that Greece will be living on the edge until the EU and Turkey sit down to discuss the refugee crisis at a special summit on March 6.
Athens complained on Monday that the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) is not allowing Afghans to cross from Greece, creating a build-up of people at the Idomeni border crossing.
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