Greece's international lenders have agreed to give the country two more years to make the cuts demanded of it.
Greece has had to impose budget cuts of more than 20-billion in three years - the most any eurozone country has been forced to endure.
There is one good reason for Greece to stay in the euro: to combat corruption. The country is riddled with it.
Malema's not fooling about as Marikana mourns, while Greece goes bankrupt and Prince Harry goes au naturel. In a nutshell.
Brad Pitt and Angela Jolie are among the stars returning to Greece as its stricken economy gets a boost from a surge in bookings.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras must face an audit by Greece's creditors and may be tempted to change rescue terms in line with what was offered Spain.
Greece's finance minister has resigned because of ill health, throwing the government's drive to soften an international bailout into confusion.
Greece has begun a second day of coalition talks under the gun from financial markets and world powers after elections won by a pro-euro party.
The flame for the London Olympics was recently lit in Greece. Helena Smith looks at the legacy of the 2004 Athens Games
A summit of the G8 nations on Saturday came down in favour of a push to balance European austerity with a new dose of US-style stimulus.
Whether the Greeks are left with a much-diluted drachma or not, there is still more pain ahead, writes Kevin Davie
Greece's president met party leaders on Sunday in a final bid to cobble together a coalition and avert a repeat election.
After an inconclusive election in Athens, these are some economic scenarios and their likely impact on the Eurozone.
The backlash against austerity measures has begun as pressured citizens reject their leaders
The deal hammered out by eurozone ministers is by no means the end of the tragedy as Greece's future still looks dismal.
Greece's new unity government under Lucas Papademos faces a race against time to save the debt-stricken nation from bankruptcy.
The IMF says it's "confident" of its talks with Greece on plans to trim its deficit that will lead to the release €8-billion in bailout funds
The country in the firing line is Italy, which accounts for 20% of the eurozone's output, as opposed to Greece's 3%.