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Athens (Greece)

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  • Greek Socialist leader says coalition talks making headway

     
    The four-day struggle of Greek politicians to stitch together a coalition government gained sudden momentum Thursday as concerned creditors began to reduce the flow of rescue loans that keep this cash-strapped country afloat....
  • Greek leftists flirt with bailing on the bailout, no immediate takers

     
    Leftist politicians changed the conversation in Greece Tuesday from what further sacrifices the heavily indebted Balkan nation needs to make to stay in the Eurozone to bailing on the common currency and reneging on promises to make deeper spending cuts...
  • Austerity-weary Greeks go to the polls in crucial election

     
    Greeks began heading to the polls Sunday to vote in a crucial election amid Europe's ongoing debt crisis. Polls show that voters will probably punish the two main parties for signing Greece up to brutal austerity cuts demanded as a condition of two...
  • Greek conservative leader Samaras fails to form coalition

     
    Upping the chances of a new election next month, Greece’s conservative leader Antonis Samaras said Monday he had failed to find a coalition partner to form a new government....
  • Greeks to go to polls May 6; could complicate economic recovery

     
    Greeks will go to the polls May 6, the prime minister announced Wednesday. The election will be a hard-fought race whose uncertain outcome could deepen Europe's debt crisis as Greeks grow weary of ever-harsher austerity measures....
  • Man shot dead, another wounded near Athens

     
    A man was killed Monday in the Athens area of Los Angeles County after allegedly being shot by a teenager....
  • Morning reads: Gators transfers, Georgia notes and QB updates

     
    Yesterday was a pretty hectic news day in Gatorland, so I'm going to run through it all real quickly today so y'all can catch up on your reading. – Florida hopes to continue its run of success against rival Georgia. (Orlando Sentinel) –...
  • Dow falls nearly 300 points on fear of Europe debt deal blow-up

     
    U.S. stocks were pounded for a second day as Europe's government-debt crisis took yet another turn for the worse. The Greek prime minister’s surprise call for a national referendum on the country’s European bailout plan triggered selling in...
  • Greece, meet Compton

     
    Financial troubles in Greece; financial troubles in Compton. You can call it capitalism, but the people directly involved may have another name for it: self-preservation....
  • Greek politics in disarray after call for rescue-plan referendum

     
    Greek debt crisis: Greek politics were in disarray after a call for a referendum on the euro rescue plan....
  • Papandreou agrees to open talks for a new unity government

     
    Greece Papandreou government: Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou agrees to a unity government that likely will not include him as national leader....