PM relies on patchwork of measures to keep Covid at bay as jab uptake flags
Govt prepares ground for unvaccinated to face penalties
Surge linked to Delta variant causes jitters about tourism, return to school
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Scrutiny over mandatory vaccines puts govt on tricky ground
Greece and troika: Bailout tranche, funding gap and debt relief still pending
The decision on the release of the next bailout tranche for Greece, originally due for the final quarter of 2013, now looks likely to be taken in March, with the government in Athens still having much ground to cover in terms of structural reforms.
Following Monday's Eurogroup in Brussels, Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras told reporters that Greece aims to reach an agreement "in principle" next month with the troika to conclude a review of the country's adjustment programme that began in Septemb...
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