Greece has assumed the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union, giving it a chance to steer the bloc's agenda for the next six months.
Greece's coalition government appears to be unravelling after the foreign minister resigned over the name-changing deal with neighboring Macedonia. Tsipras is under pressure from a key coalition ally.
Greece owes Germany billions of euros. Or is it the other way around? More than seven decades after the end of WWII, Athens and Berlin are still at odds over costs incurred during the Nazi occupation of Greece.
Macedonian parliamentarians have voted in favor of starting the process to change the country's name to North Macedonia. The name change would clear the path for the country's entry into NATO and possibly the EU.
Greece wants Germany to pay hundreds of billions of euros in WWII reparations. President Frank-Walter Steinmeier apologized for Nazi crimes, but Berlin maintains it has paid enough to Greece.
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