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Four Candidates Compete to Lead Eurogroup in post-Dijsselbloem Era

Eurozone finance ministers pick the replacement for Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Monday (4 December), with four countries; led by Portugal, battling for the...

Dijsselbloem: EU Should Cut Fund to States Refusing Migrants

Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said that less money should be given from European sources to EU countries that refuse to take in refugees, the...

Jeroen Dijsselbloem Confronted by Greek Students [video]

Jeroen Dijsselbloem came face-to-face with Greek students who denounced austerity in Greece after an event at Delft University in the Netherlands. A student accused the...

Europe Agrees on How to Deal With Failed Banks

The European Union (EU) has moved one step closer to forming a long-heralded banking union after finance ministers agreed on a new deal for...

EU Says Greek Case Complex

An alarm has been raised in Brussels after the dramatic news came from Athens. According to EU sources, at the time of the Eurogroup...

Chountis Questions Eurozone Chief’s Standing

Nikos Chountis, a Member of the European Parliament from Greece's major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) challenged the competency of Eurozone chief ...

“Evzones” in Brussels Protest Austerity

Thousands of protesters rallied on March 14, in Brussels in order to express their opposition and anger against the austerity measures before all the...