Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defends “difficult” bailout proposals in front of parliament.
Hungarian spoof political party launches an “anti-anti-immigration campaign” and bedecks Hungary with posters reading: “Sorry about our prime minister!”.
Germany’s Sigmar Gabriel says the elite in Greece has plundered the country for years while Europe just watched it happen.
(Reuters Business Report) – Don Quixote: a Spanish literary hero famous for tilting his lance at imaginary foes – like windmills.
Austerity though – that’s seen as a very real enemy.
Many Spaniards in solidarity with ordinary Greeks.
A ‘No’ vote by the Greeks is a “catastrophic scenario” for markets, an analyst says while on the streets of Paris, people say the Greeks may have voted in a “selfish” way.
European Parliament President Martin Schulz doubts Greek banks will reopen this week, calls for emergency humanitarian aid for Greece and demands the government make meaningful proposals on its debt to stave off ‘dramatic’ times.
(Reuters Business Report) – There was no mistaking the mood in Athens in front of Parliament Sunday night.
Official figures show a whopping 61 percent of Greeks overwhelmingly rejected the terms of an international financial bailout… overturning opinion polls that had predicted an outcome too close to call.
A preview of events leading up to the referendum that could decide Greece’s future in the euro zone.
With less than a day to go until a crucial referendum, people in the Greek capital seem to be divided on whether to endorse a financial aid deal with creditors.
(REUTERS) – All is well on the Greek Island of Naxos as tourists enjoy the clear water as part of their holiday.
As Greece is engulfed in turmoil — facing a stark cash crunch — tourists take in the sun — and offer a helping hand to Greece.