Greece has agreed to reform its tax system. But it's having unhappy consequences. Doctors are closing down their practices because it doesn't pay to stay open. Patients can't afford the deductibles.
The Greek parliament has voted in favor of an inquiry to investigate allegations that senior politicians received bribes from Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis. Those accused have denied any wrongdoing.
A lack of EU solidarity over the refugee crisis has placed an "intolerable burden" on Italy and Greece, says Michael O'Flaherty, director of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency. He meets Michel Friedman on Conflict Zone.
The dispute between Greece and its neighbor Macedonia over the latter's name is still very much alive. The long-running quarrel can take on very nationalistic overtones, as Jannis Papadimitriou describes from Athens.
Venezuela's economic crisis as left the country's health system on the verge of collapse. Amid a shortage of medication, HIV patients are succumbing to secondary infections, despite doctors' best efforts.
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