Greek public servants went on strike and marched on parliament to protest expected job cuts. On Wednesday lawmakers plan to vote on firing or transfering up to 25000 workers.
The Greek government has started an auction of five-year sovereign bonds. The measure serves as a test run in preparation for the debt-ridden nation's return to capital markets. Major banks are handling the sale.
A protest in Athens took a violent turn as labor unions launched a strike over a raft of austerity measures. Workers worry they are being forced to accept salary cuts without receiving more bailout funds in return.
Thousands of young travelers take to the beaches of Greece each year to find sun, fun and increasingly wreak havoc. But could the death of a US tourist mean the party is over? Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
As Greece flounders under debt and austerity, green-fingered activists are overtaking unused spaces to feed those in need - and build a more sustainable future.
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