Greece is expected to approve a 2013 budget on Sunday that includes unpopular spending cuts and tax hikes so it can receive an aid payment.
The European Central Bank's bond buying scheme will win over Germany's Bundesbank, says the bailout recipient's representative on the bank's board.
The Greek government has been ordered to implement draconian measures to reform the labour market by introducing a six-day working week.
Euroscepticism stalks Finland, the only country in the monetary union that has a stable rating.
While Rome burned, Nero put on fancy dress, stood on a tower and played his lyre, writes Simon Jenkins.
Not joining the union has paid off for the Swiss, although tough times are ahead for them too, writes Lisa Steyn.
Figures from the advocacy group One indicated that Europe had failed to meet pledges made at the Gleneagles G8 summit in 2005.
Every 'grand bargain' so far has failed to acknowledge the deep-seated imbalance between Germany and everyone else in the single currency.
The summer of the EU's 2012 meltdown will signal SA's winter of discontent as an economic crisis looks set to play out with devastating consequences.
The global economy's foundations are weakening one by one as Europe's debt crisis causes slowdowns in the world's economic powerhouses.
TS Eliot said that April was the cruellest month, but for Europe's leaders, it may prove to be June.
Europe's leaders met on Wednesday for crisis talks to rescue the euro amid a warning from the West's leading economic think-tank.
Eurobonds are being touted as a possible solution for the euro crisis. The Guardian answers a few questions about them.
The European Union plays on fears to keep countries such as Greece from leaving the single currency, writes Seumas Milne.
Greece's president met party leaders on Sunday in a final bid to cobble together a coalition and avert a repeat election.
Spain's economic woes has deepened alarmingly as the government revealed that unemployment rose to nearly 25%.
Europe was pressed by other world powers on Saturday to take strong measures to fix its debt-heavy economy.
The Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development has warned that the eurozone's debt crisis is not over and banks in the bloc remain weak.
The deal hammered out by eurozone ministers is by no means the end of the tragedy as Greece's future still looks dismal.
Conservative Sauli Niinistoe is on course for victory in the second round of Finland's presidential vote on Sunday, with polls giving him a wide lead.