Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
In April, German unemployment hit its lowest level for the month since 1991 as accelerating economic activity boosted hiring in Europe's largest economy. The domestic labor market will remain strong, officials say.
After the debacle in Riga, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis will have to do without his chief negotiator. But Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may face resistance from the left wing of his party on any debt deal.
The European Union has never been as close as it is today to seeing Greece leave the eurozone club of 19 nations using the common currency. DW's Max Hofmann explains five compelling reasons why there won't be a 'Grexit.'
Economic researchers say official statistics understate Portugal's unemployment rates by reclassifying people who don't have jobs as something other than "unemployed." Jochen Faget reports from Lisbon.