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  • Greece bankruptcy looms as creditors reject bailout extension

    Greece moved closer to a perilous bankruptcy Saturday after talks over a bailout package broke down with its creditors, who rejected any emergency extension of the aid that has kept the debt-ridden Mediterranean nation afloat. The other 18 nations...
  • Talks on Iran's nuclear program suspended for lack of progress

    VIENNA �� Foreign ministers from Iran and world powers interrupted talks on a nuclear deal Sunday. Federica Mogherini of the European Union said foreign ministers, including U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, will resume negotiations...
  • Greece gets temporary lifeline, turns hope to new summit

    With the clock running down on Greece's chances of avoiding a painful exit from the euro, the country got a temporary lifeline Friday to help it cope with a bank deposit drain and turned its hopes to a European leaders' summit next week. The European...
  • Crisis-hit Europeans: Greece must knuckle down like they did

    Europeans in countries which adopted unpopular austerity measures to overcome the recent financial crisis are starting to reap the rewards, even if times are still hard for many and numerous factors are playing a role in the recovery. Spain has one of...
  • European leaders working hard to keep Greece in eurozone

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras headed to Brussels late Sunday for a crucial emergency eurozone summit aimed at reaching a deal between Athens and its international creditors that would allow the debt-ravaged country to avoid a default and a...
  • Eurozone leaders to hold emergency summit on Greece

    The eurozone's 19 leaders have been summoned to an emergency summit next week after talks about Greece's bailout ended in acrimony on Thursday, intensifying fears that the country was heading for bankruptcy and an exit from the euro. Donald Tusk, who...
  • Russia angered by freezing of accounts in Belgium and France

    The Russian government on Thursday strongly condemned the freezing of Russian accounts in France and Belgium as part of an effort to enforce a $50 billion judgment for the destruction of the Yukos oil company. An arbitration court in The Hague,...
  • Landmark Dutch ruling: Cut emissions to protect citizens

    A Dutch court ordered the government Wednesday to slash greenhouse gas emissions to help fight global warming, a landmark ruling in a case brought by hundreds of concerned citizens that could pave the way for similar legal battles around the world....
  • Cyprus economy forecast to begin recovery in 2015

    Bailed-out Cyprus' economy is projected to grow a modest 0.2 percent this year after contracting for three years, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday. The IMF said in its latest review of Cyprus' bailout program that more business from other...
  • EU extends sanctions against Russia by 6 months

    The European Union on Monday extended economic sanctions against Russia until January to keep pressure on Moscow over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, drawing a rebuke and a warning of retaliation from Russian officials. An EU statement said the decision...
  • Greece, creditors dig in their heels on eve of meeting

    Greece and its creditors publicly blamed one another for an impasse in bailout talks Wednesday, on the eve of a eurozone finance ministers' meeting billed as key to their outcome. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras lashed at rescue lenders for demanding...