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Dina Kyriakidou

Special Report: How the IMF’s Greek misadventure is changing the fund

Aug 28 2015

WASHINGTON/ATHENS Many of the top brass of the International Monetary Fund always had concerns about the plans to bail out Greece. That much was clear as far back as May 9, 2010, when the IMF's 24 directors gathered in Washington to sign-off on the fund's participation in the first, 110-billion-euro ($125 billion) rescue alongside European institutions.

Special Report - How the IMF’s Greek misadventure is changing the fund

Aug 28 2015

WASHINGTON/ATHENS Many of the top brass of the International Monetary Fund always had concerns about the plans to bail out Greece. That much was clear as far back as May 9, 2010, when the IMF's 24 directors gathered in Washington to sign-off on the fund's participation in the first, 110-billion-euro ($125 billion) rescue alongside European institutions.

Special Report: The man who cost Greece billions

Jul 20 2015

ATHENS Once again Alexis Tsipras was struggling to make a decision. For hours on July 13, the Greek prime minister and Europe's leaders had been trying to thrash out a new deal to bail out bankrupt Greece and keep the country in the euro zone.

Special Report: The man who cost Greece billions

Jul 20 2015

ATHENS Once again Alexis Tsipras was struggling to make a decision. For hours on July 13, the Greek prime minister and Europe's leaders had been trying to thrash out a new deal to bail out bankrupt Greece and keep the country in the euro zone. | Video

SPECIAL REPORT-The man who cost Greece billions

Jul 20 2015

ATHENS, July 20 Once again Alexis Tsipras was struggling to make a decision. For hours on July 13, the Greek prime minister and Europe's leaders had been trying to thrash out a new deal to bail out bankrupt Greece and keep the country in the euro zone.

Cartoonist cyber-bullied as Greek politics turn sour

Jul 07 2015

ATHENS One of Greece's most popular cartoonists has pulled down his Facebook page after what appeared to be a concerted attack by pro-government cyber bullies.

Cartoonist cyber-bullied as Greek politics turn sour

Jul 07 2015

ATHENS One of Greece's most popular cartoonists has pulled down his Facebook page after what appeared to be a concerted attack by pro-government cyber bullies.

Cartoonist cyber-bullied as Greek politics turn sour

Jul 07 2015

ATHENS One of Greece's most popular cartoonists has pulled down his Facebook page after what appeared to be a concerted attack by pro-government cyber bullies.

Cartoonist cyber-bullied as Greek politics turn sour

Jul 07 2015

ATHENS One of Greece's most popular cartoonists has pulled down his Facebook page after what appeared to be a concerted attack by pro-government cyber bullies.

Snap polls looming, Greece may opt for unusual president - Deputy PM

Sep 23 2014

NEW YORK Greece's coalition government may propose a non-political figure for president in March to seek consensus and avoid snap elections that could derail its economic progress, Deputy Prime Minister Evangelos Venizelos told Reuters on Tuesday.

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