A demonstrator wears No stickers (Oxi in Greek) during an anti-austerity rally in Syntagma Square in Athens, yesterday. Photograph: Yannis Behrakis/Reuters

A mere glance at the front page of any Greek daily over the week-long referendum campaign was more than enough to indicate the political preferences o(...)

Greece Minister of Finance Yanis Varoufakis attends a debate at the European Business Summit in Brussels today. Photograph: Reuters

Greece defied its international creditors on Thursday, refusing to cut pensions or ease layoffs to meet their demands, dimming prospects of progress n(...)

A supporter of Greece’s leftist main opposition Syriza party shouts slogans during an anti-government rally in front of the parliament in Athens last night. The government survived a  Syriza filed a censure motion of no-confidence. Photograph:  Yorgos Karahalis/Reuters.

Greece’s conservative-led coalition defeated an opposition-sponsored motion to topple the government, but lost one politician who was expelled after b(...)

Greek prime minister Antonis Samaras: “He has not only offended Greeks but, perhaps more importantly, in the European context where he is so dependent on the good opinion of his mentors in Berlin and Brussels, he has not impressed.” Photograph: Reuters/John Kolesidis

In a recent opinion column (‘Greece in crisis needs a public broadcaster’) I made the mistake of saying that ERT, the Greek public service broadcaster(...)

International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) senior representative for Greece Bob Traa (C) arrives at the Labour Ministry in Athens this morning. Greece and its international lenders have resumed talks  to unlock €8.1 billion euros of rescue loans after a two-week break during which the government almost collapsed over redundancies at state broadcaster ERT. Photograph: John Kolesidis/Reuters

Greece has three days to reassure its lenders it can deliver on conditions attached to its international bailout in order to receive the next tranche (...)

Greece’s Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos arrives at the Prime Minister’s office for a snap cabinet meeting in Athens  last night. Photograph: REUTERS/John Kolesidis

EU Commissioner Olli Rehn has called on Greek leaders to show “political responsibility” following the news that Greece’s Democratic Left party is to (...)

Resistance to the concept of retroactive recapitalisation by the ESM has been intensifying in Brussels and Berlin in recent months. Photograph: Fabian Bimmer/AP

Euro zone finance ministers gather in Luxembourg today amid mounting expectation that a definitive decision on the application of the euro zone’s ESM (...)

An employee of state broadcaster ERT is seen in the master control room of the station in Athens during a live broadcast yesterday. Photograph: Yannis Behrakis/Reuters

Greece’s highest administrative court ruled last night that the government must reopen the country’s national broadcaster ERT immediately until a repl(...)

The news anchors on Greek television channel Net, one of three stations that used to be operated by Greece’s public service broadcaster ERT, were p(...)

Protesters sleep inside the Greek state television ERT headquarters in Athens today. Photograph: Reuters

Journalists fired from Greece’s state TV and radio have refused to leave the broadcaster’s headquarters, continuing internet programming as the countr(...)