The Former Finance Minister Who Tried to Warn Greece About the Crisis

An interview with Alekos Papadopoulos, who reckons the country's economy might see the first glimpses of hope in about five years.


Greeks Protested the New Greek Bailout by Setting Syriza Flags on Fire Last Night

"Syriza were subjugated but the working class and the youth will not be."


We Asked Some Young Greeks What They Think About the Bailout Agreement

Some are expressing relief that the country avoided a 'Grexit', while others can't stomach the severity of the new measures.


We Partied with Defiant Greek 'No' Voters Last Night in the Streets of Athens

Here's how the capital city looked in the hours following the referendum result.


These Young Greeks Think a 'No' Vote Could Ruin Everything

"Don't get me wrong: I don't think voting yes will improve Greece's prospects."


These Young Greeks Don't Think the Bailout Referendum Will Change Anything

"I don't think it'll change anything, but at the same time, enough is enough. Voting no is a matter of dignity. It's a way of hitting back."


Some Greeks Are Going On Holiday Despite the Referendum

We went to the port of Piraeus in Athens and asked people how come they're taking a vacation in the middle of it all.


We Asked the Homeless of Athens About the Greek Referendum and Possible Bancruptcy

"Whatever happens, I think this bridge I live under will fill up fast and none of us will be getting out of here any time soon."


Greeks Filled Athens' Syntagma Square to Say 'Yes' to the EU Bailout Plan Last Night

Many preferred the idea of austerity and budget cuts to the fear of the unknown.


Greeks Took to the Streets of Athens to Say 'No' to the EU Bailout Plan Last Night

"A 'no' vote gives us an opportunity to build bonds and relations with other people and fight for something different to what we have been going through for the last five years."


A Brief History of Greek Debt

The country filed for bankruptcy before it was even a sovereign state.