Photos of the Joy and Heartbreak at This Week's Greek Elections
Young voters played a key role in ousting leftist Prime Minister Tsipras for abandoning his anti-corruption message.
The People, Photos and Stories That Defined the Greek Financial Crisis
The Greek government claims austerity is over. But will anything actually change?
Photos of the Financial Crisis That Devastated Greece a Year Ago
It's been exactly one year since the Greek Bailout Referendum.
What European Countries Were Hoping For—and What They Actually Got—at the EU Summit
Weirdly the whole circus wasn't just about the competing egos of David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
Greek Party Syriza Is Supporting Mass Protests Against Its Own Government
Major Greek unions have called a 24-hour strike and demonstrations in protest at austerity measures agreed by Syriza in exchange for fresh bailout funds. And the Syriza government is right behind them.
Alexis Tsipras Returns to Power in Greece With Strong Election Victory
Greek voters ensured that the charismatic leftist will remain the country’s dominant political figure despite caving to European demands for a bailout he once opposed.
We Went to Former Greek Prime Minister Alex Tsipras’ Rally in Athens
The rally, held in historic Syntagma Square, was literally painted red with SYRIZA flags and shirts, albeit not as many as January's final rally or the 'No' rally prior to July's referendum.
Greek Prime Minister Has Announced His Resignation
Greece's third bailout was approved by German and Dutch parliamentarians on Wednesday. This week has also seen the Syriza-led government make move further towards their first privatization deal.
A German Company Will Control 14 Greek Airports as Bailout Conditions Force Privatization
Fraport AG, which runs Frankfurt Airport, is set to buy rights to the airports for 40 years in an agreement worth 1.23 billion euros ($1.37 billion).
Greece Approves Creditors' Reforms to Protest on the Streets
Lawmakers voted 230-63 in favor of the another round of creditor-demanded measures. Before the debate got underway, about 10,000 people demonstrated outside parliament.
Banks Have Reopened in Greece, but Almost Everything Has Become More Expensive
Higher prices have taken effect, with taxes rising on basic goods including meats, cooking oils, coffee, tea, salt, flowers, firewood, fertilizer, insecticides, sanitary towels, and condoms.
Greek Lawmakers Approve Bailout as Angry Protesters Clash With Riot Police
Greece's Parliament voted to approve tough new austerity measures despite a protest in Athens that involved Molotov cocktails, stun grenades, and tear gas.