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Two Germans Turn Greek Crisis into a Board Game

Nikolai Diekerts, 28, and Julian Schärdel, 29, are friends and they share a common passion: board games. However, they are interested in finding new...

Europe Is Heading Towards Constitutional Crisis, With or Without Greece

The future of the European Union and its shaky legal foundations have been laid bare by the Greek crisis.

Anti-Austerity Rally to Take Place in Frankfurt

Thousands of people are expected to take part in the anti-austerity rally which will take place on March 18 in Frankfurt, in support of...

Klaus Regling: Eurozone Banks in Good Shape Before Stress Test

Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece and Ireland's banks are in good shape and there will not be any surprises in European Central Bank stress tests...

Bundesbank: Capital Tax First, Then Rescue

The latest financial report published by the German Federal Bank, “Bundesbank” argues that countries on the verge of bankruptcy should ensure the necessary funding...

Greek Mythology Figure Featured on New €10 Banknote

Today was the unveiling of the new 10€ banknote that will start circulating later this year. As the ECB stated earlier today, the new banknote will...

Mitsotakis Praised For Skipping Vacation

The German news magazine Der Spiegel has lauded Greece's new Minister of Administrative Reform, Kyriakos Mitsotakis for staying at his post and planning reforms...

Spiegel Says Greek Politicians Need Pressure

The German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel has written that Greek political leaders would be incapable of pushing through reforms if not for pressure...

Die Welt Says Greece Will Stiff Germany

The German newspaper Die Welt has reported that with speculation still rampant Greece will get a write-down in its debt to international lenders, including...

Eurozone Economy Faces Another Bad Year

By VOA / Lisa Bryant - Hopes that the 17-member eurozone will finally emerge from its economic doldrums this year have faded, with new...