SYRIZA seeks to exploit ND's faltering handling of coronavirus crisis
Second lockdown extension as Covid-19 infections remain high
Govt struggling to keep coronavirus threat at bay
Covid-19 data controversy rumbles on, as opposition probes on transparency
Govt tries to fend off claims of disarray in Covid-19 reporting, coordination
High Covid-19 death rate leads to lockdown extension but fails to dampen vaccine scepticism
Tsipras turns down last-minute Juncker offer, plans to stand aside if 'Yes' wins
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appears to have turned down a last-minute attempt by the European Commission to reach a compromise and has suggested that he could stand down if Sunday’s referendum results in a “Yes” vote.
Reports in the early hours of Tuesday morning suggested that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker submitted a final proposal aimed at breaking the deadlock between Greece and its lenders.
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