Eurozone finance ministers are meeting in the Bulgarian capital Sofia to discuss Greece’s exit from its bailout program.
Fresh public sector strikes in Greece caused havoc to transport links as well as the finance sector and media agencies on Wednesday. Strikers are protesting government plans to deregulate the labor market.
Britain's second-largest tour operator could leave 150,000 passengers stranded if it goes under this weekend. After failing to finalize a rescue deal with its lenders, the firm has now asked for UK government aid.
The opposition New Democracy party has won the highest share of the country's vote, beating out the ruling Syriza party, according to official projections. The party's leader said he "will not fail to honor your hopes."
After winning the election in a landslide victory, Kyrikos Mitsotakis has been sworn in as prime minister. He takes over from Alexis Tsipras, who led Greece through the final years of its international bailouts.
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