Yanis Varoufakis answers questions from 9 leading academics on Greece and Europe
Supreme Court head Vassiliki Thanou, 65, was appointed
The move followed Germany's parliament approving the Greek bailout package
At least four people were injured in the melee
U.S. stocks continue to endure pressure from devaluation of Chinese currency and uncertainty over Greece's bailout
The politician of twists and turns has broken most of his campaign promises. But he'll still likely win when polls are held next month
Feared revolt against Merkel’s leadership fails to materialize
Europe's finance ministers voted to approve $29 billion in loans
The Greek Finance Minister says discussions have "moved very far forward"
Friday morning's vote came after a marathon all-night session
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Tsipras has imposed a tough new round of austerity measures
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Berlin's role as the enforcer in negotiations over Greece's debt could cause lasting damage to Germany's global image
The terms of the deal are the harshest Greece has ever faced from its creditors
“It’s basically saying sell the memory of your ancestors, sell your history"
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As part of a new bailout deal with European creditors unveiled on July 13, Greece has agreed to sell off state assets to generate €50 billion ($55 billion) in...