Anti-austerity party Syriza could make history in the European Union – but will it trigger a 'Grexit'?
On the eve of the EU elections, economist Guido Cozzi lays out the rules for saving the eurozone
On eve of German election, Wolfgang Schauble admits Greece will require further support
Interest rates soar as governing coalition descends into chaos in row over EU austerity measures
Thousands of flights cancelled as EU transport workers protest at shake-up of air traffic control
TV screens fade to black in debt-laden country as government suspends 2,500 staff at 'haven of waste'
Backing for Nigel Lawson's call to quit EU as London mayor questions if UK would 'suffer' if it cut ties
PM admits UK is paying 'high price' for Afghanistan mission as British death toll rises to 444
It's significant that the PM and his family are spending the weekend 'chez Merkel', say analysts
Euro falls as predictions of recovery confounded by record joblessness in first two months of year
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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