Pressure is mounting on Greece to form a coalition government after Germany’s foreign minister warned there would be no more payments of aid unless Athens implemented the reforms it has ...
Greek socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos was told on Thursday by President Carolos Papoulias to form a government after efforts by other parties failed in the wake of inconclusive weekend polls.
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Greece is at the crossroads after inconclusive election results last weekend. None of the major political parties managed to gain the upper hand.
Radical left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras is struggling to form a government after Sunday's general election in Greece.
No prizes for guessing that this morning's front pages are dominated by the president-elect, François Hollande, and the man he will replace later this month, Nicolas Sarkozy.
Greek voters rejection of pro-bailout parties is “extremely worrying”, Foreign Affairs Minister Alain Juppé said Wednesday.
Just two days after the election of Socialist François Hollande to the French presidency on a pro-growth policy there are signs of change sweeping through the European Union.
The leader of Greece's New Democracy Party, Antonis Samaras, has said he is unable to form a coalition government.
Greeks went to the polls on Sunday in the first general election since the start of the country's debt crisis.