Auctions, strikes trouble Tsipras but focus still on programme exit
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Centre-left agrees on new name, starts building party structure
Tussle over arms deal sets tone for polarised politics
Tsipras tries to resolve trash row as opposition goes on offensive
The government looks set to overcome one of the domestic problems that has been troubling it over the last few days but others are likely to fester.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras took the lead on Monday evening in a bid to end the strike by refuse collectors. With a heatwave on the way and trash piling up on the streets of Athens, Tsipras was left with little choice but to invite the heads of the Pa...
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