European Commission's Chair Jean Claude Juncker will be visiting Cyprus over the next two days.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble still thinks that a temporary exit of Greece from the eurozone would perhaps be a better option for the country.
The Greek Parliament approved early on Thursday a bill of reforms, which Athens has to implement in order to be granted a new bailout by international creditors.
French lawmakers approved the new Greek rescue package on Wednesday with Prime Minister Manuel Valls saying the controversial bailout-for-reforms deal was the only way out of the crisis.
With Greece’s Parliament set to vote on Wednesday on whether to ratify a controversial bailout-for-reforms deal with the country’s international creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he had exhausted all negotiating capabilities and every possible
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry have been recommended for the Nobel Peace Prize of 2016.
The European Commission (EC) is proposing to grant EUR 7 B bridge loan to Greece in order to cover the country's financing needs in July.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has criticised the EU over the terms of the bailout agreement, which had been agreed between Greece and the eurozone leaders on Monday.
Greek civil servants are expected to stage a 24-hour strike on Wednesday to protest the bailout agreement, which was reached between the government in Athens and the eurozone leaders on Monday.
Leaders of the four biggest parties in Macedonia have contracted an agreement for the resolution of the political crisis in the country.
Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski announced on Wednesday that an agreement has been reached between the leaders of the four main parties to bring to an end the political crisis, which has gripped the country in the last several months
Air traffic controllers in Romania plan to hold a two-hour warning strike on Wednesday.
Greek MP from the main ruling party SYRIZA and alternate foreign minister for European affairs Nikos Hountis announced his resignation on Monday.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has decided to leave unchanged the measure of liquidity available towards Greek banks.
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