Despite Berlin's backing of the Cyprus bailout, Germany remains divided over how to deal with the eurozone crisis
Despite the eurozone's accepting a four-month extension to Greece's bailout program, the plan still must be passed by key European parliaments. Greece's toughest critic, Germany, could prove the hardest challenge.
Greece is rushing to finalize a raft of reform measures that would spare it from bankruptcy and secure a four-month extension of its bailout program. Athens says the proposals will bring the economy "out of sedation."
European leaders and media have responded with ambivalence to the four-month loan extensions agreed to by the bloc's foreign ministers. Athens, many have pointed out, still has promises to fulfill.
Greece's finance minister has pledged to work "day and night" to finalize economic reforms required to secure an extension to its international bailout. The prime minister has described the deal as a victory for Athens.
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