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Latest update 26/11/2013

Greece cut to the bone

Greece was drowning in debt and looked to be on the brink of default when it received its first EU/IMF bailout in May 2010. The country has since introduced a series of tough austerity measures in a bid to save its economy, much to the discontent of millions of Greeks who have regularly taken to the streets in protest over the past few years.

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Greece votes as eurozone future hangs in balance

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Greek far-right revels in newfound spotlight

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Greek voters punish ruling coalition over austerity

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Greeks speak out ahead of key legislative elections

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Greece secures new bailout, but recovery still in doubt

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Athens recovers from riots, but anger and anxiety remain

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Greek ministers resign as bailout hangs in the balance

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As Europe huffs and puffs, Greece fights to stay afloat

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Lucas Papademos, a banker to the rescue

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Greek premier set to resign as part of coalition deal

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