Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Christopher Pissarides tells DW why he is deeply disappointed with the Greek government's mismanagement of the debt crisis. He also explains what Germany could have done better.
As unemployment rises in Greece, many mortgage holders can’t keep up with payments. For many Greeks that means losing their jobs means also losing their homes.
The euro fell against the US dollar in early Asian trading after Athens announced a referendum on its bailout talks for next Sunday. The due date for a 1.6-billion-euro payment to the IMF is just a day away.
The number of unemployed people in Germany fell for the ninth consecutive month in June, dropping to a level unseen since the country reunited about 25 years ago. Also, the number of job vacancies rose to new heights.