German Chancellor Merkel was met by protests in Portugal, where she met with Prime Minister Coelho. Merkel was met with mockery, as she painted a positive picture of the country's future.
'Wait and see' is the EU finance ministers' motto following the change of government in Greece. Debt cut? Not an option, says German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble. DW’s Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Less than a week into its first term, Greece's new government is taking aggressive steps to keep anti-austerity campaign promises. Athens has refused entry to "troika" auditors as part of its latest move.
The eurozone crisis has cost millions of Europeans their job, with one exception: Germany. The economic powerhouse has increased its workforce since 2007 and boosted its gross value added, a new study says.
Alexis Tsipras, leader of Greece’s leftist opposition, has a good chance of winning Sunday's parliamentary elections. Voters are suffering in the economic crisis and fed up with the traditional political parties.
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