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Eurozone crisis

Thousands rally for Greek anti-austerity party promising end to ‘humiliation’
Tens of thousands gathered in Athens in support of Syriza, a leftist party demanding an end to austerity cuts and a debt write-off from the EU. Recent polls indicate it’s the most likely winner in Sunday’s upcoming elections.

23.01.2015 06:46

EU Commission on Grexit: 'Euro membership is irrevocable'
Amid growing concerns whether upcoming elections in Greece will lead to the country exiting the euro zone, an EU Commission spokesperson said membership cannot be revoked.

05.01.2015 20:20

Protesting across the globe: What took people to the streets in 2014
Calls for independence, pleas to stop war, objection to mass surveillance, outrage over police brutality, and much more drove people to the streets in 2014. RT takes a look at what prompted millions around the globe to rise up.

27.12.2014 19:43

Majority of Brits want to quit EU – poll
Among the six European states participating in the poll questioning EU membership, the British appeared most certain of all that they want to leave the union with only 37 percent against breaking ties.

20.12.2014 20:49

UN urges EU to take refugees despite anti-migrant protests
Refugees arriving in Europe from war-torn Syria asking for asylum are putting an additional burden for the EU, whose economy is in crisis and where xenophobia is on the rise.

15.12.2014 14:49

Berlin again divided by Russia: German politicians argue over anti-Moscow measures
A number of German politicians and opinion-makers have lately expressed concerns over the West's reactions to President Putin's policies. Although critical of Russia, more German officials doubt if further sanctions are the right course of action.

05.12.2014 14:29

Gravy train: Retired EU president Van Rompuy gets a whopping $600k+ payoff
Herman van Rompuy, the former president of the European Council, is to get over £400,000 (over $620,000) of EU taxpayers’ money over the course of three years after his retirement, the UK’s Independent newspaper revealed.

02.12.2014 14:10

Ex-Italian PM Berlusconi proposes new currency to tackle economic crisis
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has offered to create a new currency in the country to be used along with the euro, claiming that Italy needs to restore its monetary sovereignty to overcome the ongoing economic crisis.

30.11.2014 18:12

Thousands protest against austerity in Athens (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
Thousands of people demonstrated against the Greek government’s austerity policies in the center of Athens on Saturday. They also called for political and economic reforms, pay rises, and other social benefits.

01.11.2014 19:40