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These people do, even though it could cost them big-time.
The debt apocalypse inspires Greeks to rethink life under capitalism.
Bailout 2.0 ties Athens even closer to its nemesis, the EU, IMF, ECB troika.
Many fear the government won't be able to deliver on the belt-tightening the EU demands.
As Merkel and Sarkozy lead another critical European summit, do they possess the gravitas needed to reshape the continent?
With safes and Swiss accounts, rich Greeks could stand to profit from the crisis.
Tax cheats cost $20b per year. Next up: a naming and shaming campaign.
As euro contagion spreads, here's what Europe's biggest economies are fighting about.
Foreign leaders and bankers are increasingly calling the shots in Europe.
Analysis: For new Greek PM Lucas Papademos, first bailout, then elections.
The out-going Prime Minister defined his legacy in a final speech.
But as Greece debates approval of the latest bailout, Papandreou's leadership is still uncertain.
In tonight's Greek confidence vote, here are the key players vying for control.
The prime minister claims the referendum was successful in neutralizing opponents. Now, the opposition is demanding his resignation.
As Greece flirts with chaotic default, a top deputy rejects prime minister’s euro zone referendum.
View from Athens: Greek Prime Minister Papandreou has convinced his cabinet to back a referendum. Is it a good idea?
As Greece gets massive debt relief, some say the entire country needs an overhaul — before it’s too late.
Greeks douse themselves in the diarrhea drug Maalox to protect against police chemicals.
One protester dies. Elsewhere, union members and anarchists clash.
Greece’s prime minister contends his country will emerge stronger.