Despite Berlin's backing of the Cyprus bailout, Germany remains divided over how to deal with the eurozone crisis
At a meeting in Sofia, eurozone finance ministers agreed that Athens was on track to exit from eight years of bailouts. But deep divisions persist over how to boost growth and make sure Athens implements reforms.
Incumbent Nicos Anastasiades has defeated leftist challenger Stavros Malas, claiming 59.6 percent of the vote. State television has reported that Malas conceded defeat around an hour after polls closed.
Germany's biggest private lender has sold its British insurance business to raise urgently needed cash to pay looming penalties for its past misdeeds and to fight speculation of requiring state aid to stay afloat.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has seen a visit to Berlin overshadowed by ructions over bailouts for Greece and a teenage murder in Freiburg. An Afghan migrant released from a Greek jail is suspected of the crime.
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