Tsipras encounters obstacle in efforts to secure church deal
Coalition closing in on goal of cancelling pension cuts
Eyeing domestic gains, Tsipras pursues closer ties with Europe's social democrats
Coalition optimistic about pension cuts deal as it readies reduction to contributions
With eye on elections, Tsipras talks up public sector hirings
Tsipras seeks to build political capital from "positive" measures
Athens gears up for Cyprus talks, expecting progress rather than agreement
Following 19 months of intensive talks aiming to reunify Cyprus, the two Cypriot leaders are due to meet in Geneva on Monday at the beginning of a crucial week of negotiations on the issues of territory, security and guarantees.
All sides are expressing optimism for a breakthrough but there is little hope that the Geneva process will end in a full agreement. It is the first time that there are hopes there will ultimately be an agreement since the failed UN Anan plan in 2004.
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