Konstantinos Kouvaras had to make a change. The 32 year old engineer couldn't find work in his field in Greece due to the financial crisis. He and his wife decided to leave Athens and open a custom design T-shirt shop in Nafplio.
Eurozone finance ministers have reached a "political agreement" to grant Greece €6.7 billion in bailout money. The ministers praised Greece's progress, putting it on track to leave its bailout program this year.
Thousands of Greeks have gathered in the northern city of Thessaloniki to march against the Republic of Macedonia's name. Athens and Skopje agreed this month to restart efforts to resolve the long-running dispute.
Greece's once record jobless rate of 27 percent may have dropped seven points since the start of the financial crisis, but nearly six in 10 people are stuck in a market dominated by part-time, on-and-off jobs.
Greece and the Republic of Macedonia are meeting in New York for talks to reach an agreement over the use of the term "Macedonia." Could the Balkan neighbors' decades-long dispute finally be coming to an end?
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