Greek govt has `no intention` of calling early election

 Greece`s government has "no intention" of calling early elections while in the throes of finalising a deal with its eurozone partners on a new bailout, a spokeswoman for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Monday.

Europe moves to restore funding to Greece after bailout vote

Europe moved to re-open funding to Greece`s stricken economy on Thursday after the parliament in Athens approved a new bailout programme in a fractious vote that left the government without a majority.

Protesters throw petrol bombs as Greek parliament debates bailout

Anti-austerity protesters hurled petrol bombs at police in front of Greece`s parliament on Wednesday as lawmakers began debating deeply unpopular reforms needed to unlock a new eurozone bailout.

Britain to resist contributing to Greek bailout

British Finance Minister George Osborne is to seek to block any move by the European Union to include British money in a new bailout programme for Greece, according to reports on Tuesday.

White House says Greece deal 'credible step'

The White House hailed a bailout deal between the eurozone and Greece on Monday as "a credible step" on the long path to economic growth and debt sustainability in the hard-up country.

Anti-German backlash as social media tweets denounce Greece "coup"
Anti-German backlash as social media tweets denounce Greece "coup"

 A list of demands handed to the Greek government in order to secure a European bailout inspired a social media backlash against Germany and its hawkish finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble.

Greek source says eurozone plan `very bad,` but no time for delay

Eurozone finance ministers have proposed "very bad" terms for a new bailout for Greece but Athens cannot afford any delay in launching negotiations over the package, a Greek government source said Sunday.

Eurogroup suspends `very difficult` Greece talks until Sunday

Eurozone finance ministers have suspended last-ditch talks on Greece`s bailout, Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem said Saturday, describing the negotiations as "very difficult" but making progress.

Finnish parliament in favour of `Grexit`: Report

Finland`s parliament has decided it will not accept any new bailout deal for Greece, media reports said Saturday, piling on pressure as eurozone finance ministers were locked in tortuous talks to stop the debt-laden country from crashing out of the euro.