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Greece

Flames swept through Mati, 25 miles from Athens, leaving scores of people dead, more than a thousand homes destroyed and hundreds of cars ruined. Many died behind a wall of toxic smoke and rampaging fire as they tried to...
Greece wildfires: Aerial view of destruction It is Greece's worst fire disaster since 2007, when dozens of people were killed in the southern Peloponnese peninsula. © BBC News Rescue crews from across Europe are rushing to help Greece as the country battles...
The Prime Minister of Greece recently announced that he had reached a deal with his counterpart in Skopje, where the Republic of Macedonia would be renamed to the Republic of North Macedonia. In addition, the citizens of the country...
Euro zone finance ministers have failed to agree a deal with Greece which is needed to unlock the next instalment of its multi-billion euro bailout. Athens needs new cash to avoid a default in July when it has to repay...
Greeks say they're fed up and angry with constant reforms after Athens and its international lenders agreed in a Eurogroup meeting to work out the next set of measures for the country. Ivor Bennett reports. © Reuters
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says in an interview with Reuters that more needs to be done if it is to agree on bailout loans for Greece. © Reuters
Stratfor discusses the difficulty Greece faces in defending its core territory and in accumulating capital due to its geography.