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#Greece

# greece - Today’s News

‘What the Troika is doing with Greece has a name – terrorism’

“Why did they force us to close the banks? To instill fear in people. And spreading fear is called terrorism.”

This Greek shopping street used to be the 10th most expensive in the world

It’s time to let Greece – and the euro – go

The Greek problem will never be solved within the eurozone. It’s time to let them leave the euro, default on their loans, and try to rebuild from there with the drachma.

From Business ETC Here’s everything you need to know about business this week The Briefcase

Here’s everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about Greek debts, Cowen’s apologies and a startup’s big clean-up.

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# greece - Yesterday’s News

Greek PM Tsipras speaks to 25,000 as food and medicine supplies run low

Around 25,000 people gathered to hear PM Alexis Tsipras speak this evening.

Opinion: Why are Mary Lou and Sinn Féin running away from Syriza?

Yesterday, on this website, Mary Lou McDonald launched the process of distancing her party from the Greek ruling coalition Syriza, writes Fianna Fáil TD Timmy Dooley.

The 9 at 9: Friday

It’s Friday! Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

‘I worked for 50 years and now I am a beggar for €120′: What the debt crisis is doing to Greeks

The future is uncertain, but it’s the people of Greece who are feeling the effects.

# greece - Thursday 2 July, 2015

What’s the issue with Greece’s pension system?

The main bone of contention in negotiations between Greece and its creditors has been how to resolve the pension system. But why is it such a huge issue?

Alexis Tspiras throws feta cheese and Greek yoghurt at Michael Noonan outside Leinster House* Payback This post contains videos

The 9 at 9: Thursday

It’s Thursday and here’s all the news you need to know.

Greece has another €10.3 billion in debt due in 2015

And you thought your debts were bad.

# greece - Wednesday 1 July, 2015

Greece still wants its referendum after saying yes to a third bailout

The country’s prime minister says it’s not a vote on staying in Europe.

Greece will accept the troika’s bailout terms… but says it hasn’t capitulated

Germany is still demanding the country go through with its planned referendum.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

It’s Wednesday and here’s all the news you need to know.

# greece - Tuesday 30 June, 2015

Thousands of people are rallying in the centre of Athens right now

They are braving bad weather as they make their feelings clear over the upcoming referendum.

The Troika’s negotiations with Greece shows why Ireland must do the right thing

Heavily indebted countries should have a transparent, independent mechanism to turn to when facing the possibility of not being able to repay debts.

Fianna Fáil’s 45 reasons why Enda was wrong about not increasing taxes

The Taoiseach’s comments about not increasing taxes have raised some eyebrows.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

It’s Tuesday! Here’s all the news you need to know.

Here is the letter Enda Kenny sent to Alexis Tsipras last night

Greece is finally heading for a default on its IMF loans.

# greece - Monday 29 June, 2015

Closed banks, capital controls and a referendum… What next for Greece?

And what will it mean for Ireland if Greeks take the nuclear option?

Travelling to Greece for a holiday? You’d better bring plenty of cash

Irish travel agents have warned people may have trouble taking out cash when they arrive.

The 9 at 9: Monday

It’s the start of a new week, here’s all the news you need to know.

Poll: Are you worried about Greece leaving the eurozone? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about Greece leaving the eurozone?

European finance ministers are on edge – are you concerned?

People are queuing for ATMs in Greece – but they can only get €60

Pensioners are also queuing outside closed banks.

# greece - Sunday 28 June, 2015

The Evening Fix: Sunday

The Tunisia attacks, the Greek debt crisis and a crash in Belgium had people talking today.

Greek banks are now NOT OPENING for a week

The country is taking the measure to avoid financial panic.

Poll: Is the Greek government right to hold a referendum on its bailout deal? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is the Greek government right to hold a referendum on its bailout deal?

Tsipras is going to let the people decide – is that the right thing to do?

# greece - Saturday 27 June, 2015

“I wouldn’t like it if the Greeks started telling me what to do”

Irish Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has expressed disappointment at a lack of resolution in the Greek situation.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

It’s the weekend! Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

From Business ETC Here’s everything you need to know about business this week Inbox Me

Here’s everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about Greek dramas, house prices and UTV Ireland’s woes.

# greece - Friday 26 June, 2015

“Let the people decide” – Greece will hold referendum on bailout deal

The vote will take place on 5 July.

From Business ETC The first time Greece defaulted was more than 2,000 years ago Money Money Money

The first time Greece defaulted was more than 2,000 years ago

Here’s 11 things you might not have known about their economy.

# greece - Thursday 25 June, 2015

Joan Burton: Syriza has been “lecturing the rest of Europe”

The Tánaiste added that Syriza was yet to “persuade us” they can run the Greek economy.

Is Greece about to kiss the euro goodbye?

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…

# greece - Wednesday 24 June, 2015

Greece doesn’t want a piece of the troika’s latest offer

Its Prime Minister claims creditors are being harder on his country than they were Ireland.

Revealed: The Department of Finance’s secret ‘Johnny Logan working group’ Banking Inquiry This post contains videos

Revealed: The Department of Finance’s secret ‘Johnny Logan working group’

A former senior finance official has revealed secret plans were made in case Ireland defaulted from the euro.

Five reasons Ireland should be supporting Greece

Our Finance Minister has sided with the most hardline of Greece’s creditors this week – and that’s wrong, writes Ronan Burtenshaw.

# greece - Tuesday 23 June, 2015

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