Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Nearly half the Greek workforce is unemployed or unpaid. Nikos Aivatzidis and Alexandra Tsitoura work at a firm that hasn't paid them in years. How do families like theirs survive in the EU's most depressed economy?
As Europe's economies recover, debt levels continue to grow. But national budgets are only a few of the trees in a highly flammable forest of private debt, and government austerity may not be able to put out the flames.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to Athens was a sign of support for the Greek government's austerity measures. But experts warned that the country had not overcome its financial crisis.
Unemployment in Germany has fallen, according to the latest labor market data. But a fresh report has revealed that the number of jobless still hovers above the 3 million mark.
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