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Photo by Myrto Papadopoulos [www.myrtopapadopoulos.com] Amid risk of 2015 re-run, Greece searching for deal with lenders

The breakup of bailout talks on Tuesday, the government’s decision to table income tax and pension bills without the lenders’ approval and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announcing an unexpected visit to French President Francois Hollande have generated speculation about Greece experiencing a re-run of last summer’s tension.

Break in bailout talks leaves question mark over their conclusion

Another night of bailout talks in Athens on Monday failed to yield any tangible results, meaning Greece will have to remain on edge over the next few days as negotiators take a break for the International Monetary Fund’s spring meetings in Washington.

Greece and creditors eye compromise to move review along

Away from the rhetoric generated by Saturday’s WikiLeaks publication, Greece and its lenders appear to be edging towards a compromise on how to get the bailout review moving and to secure a disbursement before Athens runs into payment problems in July.

Athens in quandary over IMF as Fund's role in bailout is firmed up

The Greek government continued on Wednesday to give mixed messages about the International Monetary Fund’s involvement in the bailout, despite Chancellor Angela Merkel reaffirming Germany’s position that the IMF should be part of the programme following a meeting with the Fund’s managing director, Christine Lagarde, a day earlier.

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