Renowned Singer Roussos Dead at 68

- January 26, 2015

Greek singer Demis Roussos, whose often high-pitched pop serenades won him household recognition in the 1970s-80s has died in Athens at the age of 68,

Eurozone Wants To Talk To Greece

- January 26, 2015

Several European creditor nations hinted they will seek a compromise deal to avoid disastrous scenarios, like Greece falling out of the Eurozone.

Greek Bonds Fall On SYRIZA Win

- January 26, 2015

The big win by SYRIZA in Greece has sent government bonds tumbling amid fears Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras could walk away from some of the country’s debt.

Finland Backs Greek Bailout Extension

- January 26, 2015

Fellow Eurozone member Finland is ready to discuss extensions of Greece’ bailout program if new Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras agrees to structural reforms.

ECB Rejects Debt Cut For Greece

- January 26, 2015

New Greek and SYRIZA Radical Leftist leader Alexis Tsipras’ hopes of getting a debt break from international lenders has already been shot down.

To Potami Won’t Join With SYRIZA

- January 26, 2015

Fourth-place finisher in the Greek elections To Potami won’t be part of a coalition with the winning Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) even if asked.

Belgium: Hi Alexis, Can We Talk?

- January 25, 2015

BRUSSELS  — Belgium’s finance minister sees some room to discuss the “modalities” of the Greek debt program with the other eurozone nations after Sunday’s election […]

German Banker Warning To SYRIZA

- January 25, 2015

As the anti-austerity SYRIZA was romping in the Greek elections it got a warning from a German banker it has to stick to reforms to keep loans coming.

Right-Wing Independent Greeks Will Join Coalition With SYRIZA

- January 25, 2015

The leader of the right-wing Independent Greeks (ANEL), Panos Kammenos, said he will join in a coalition with the victorious Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) leader Alexis Tsipras to form a new government and likely name a Cabinet on Jan. 26.