18/02/2015

Tsipras nominates Prokopis Pavlopoulos for presidential candidate

17/02/2015

Samaras calls on government to continue negotiations

16/02/2015

Candidate President of the Republic to be announced on Tuesday

16/02/2015

Tsipras wants a win-win agreement with Europe

13/02/2015

Sakellaridis: Greece will strive for deal by Monday but will “not offend sovereignty”

12/02/2015

Dijsselbloem: Talks between EU and Greece to continue

11/02/2015

Government secures vote of confidence with 162 “yea” votes

11/02/2015

Samaras accuses SYRIZA of “abandoning the sure path and chasing chimeras”

11/02/2015

Tsipras: Memorandum was cancelled by its own failure

09/02/2015

Ex-cabinet secretary goes before judge

06/02/2015

Putin invites Tsipras to visit Moscow

05/02/2015

Presidential candidate expected to be announced next week

04/02/2015

Greek officials meet with more skeptical Leaders

03/02/2015

Katrougalos: Germany will get nothing if Grexit

02/02/2015

Portugal won’t join Greece in debt renegotiation

02/02/2015

EU Says Greek PM Due in Brussels

30/01/2015

Schulz: Greece and EU should discuss “mutually beneficial solution”

29/01/2015

Barack Obama calls PM, congratulates on election victory

29/01/2015

Tsipras outlines the key priorities of the new government

27/01/2015

Euro-sceptic Lafazanis confirmed as energy minister

27/01/2015

Syriza ‘Left Platform’ member tipped for ministry overlooking energy

27/01/2015

Spanish government says Syriza is greek phenomenon

27/01/2015

Schulz expected in Athens on Thursday

26/01/2015

Syriza in coalition deal with right-wing Independent Greeks

26/01/2015

Syriza victory in greek election roils european debate over austerity

26/01/2015

Victorious Syriza faces energy sector’s real-world challenges

23/01/2015

Chancellor Merkel says she wants Greece to “remain part of our story”

22/01/2015

Venizelos: If citizens want our contribution, they should give us the power

22/01/2015

Tsipras calls for “clear and powerful” vote

22/01/2015

Samaras: Greece and New Democracy will win on Sunday