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Alexis Tsipras: 'We have won the battle, not the war'

Greek Prime Minister says his country will still face "real difficulties" after agreeing to extend its bail-out programme for four months
The Telegraph: February 21, 2015

Tsipras declares victory as Greece dodges financial collapse

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras declared victory on Saturday after agreeing a last-minute conditional financial rescue deal with Europe, despite making big concessions to avert financial collapse within days.
Reuters: February 21, 2015

Greek debt deal: Government starts work on reform list

The Greek government is beginning work on a list of reforms it has agreed to submit to foreign lenders by Monday.
BBC: February 21, 2015

Europe gives Greece another four months

Europe has agreed to extend its financial lifeline to Greece by four months from the end of February.
CNN Money: February 20, 2015

Greece bailout extension agreed after eurozone talks

Greece and eurozone nations have agreed a deal to extend financial aid after bailout talks in Brussels.
BBC: February 20, 2015

Greece bailout deal edges closer as ministers talk

Greece and its eurozone creditors appear to be nearing a bailout deal as finance ministers meet in Brussels.
BBC: February 20, 2015

ECB prepares for a Greece exit from euro zone - magazine Spiegel

The European Central Bank is preparing for the event that Greece leaves the euro zone and its staff are readying contingency plans for how the rest of the bloc could be kept intact,
Reuters: February 20, 2015

Germany softens tone ahead of crunch Greek debt talks

European Union paymaster Germany softened its tone on Friday as euro zone finance ministers raced to break a deadlock over Athens' debts.
Reuters: February 20, 2015

Greece crisis: Eurozone set for vital loan talks

Eurozone finance ministers are preparing for a vital third meeting, in Brussels, to try to solve the crisis over Greece's bail-out.
BBC: February 20, 2015

Greece defiant as Germany tears up last-ditch EMU compromise on austerity

'There is no macro-economic argument for further fiscal tightening. The only reason for doing so is on punitive grounds,' says Greece's Yanis Varoufakis
The Telegraph: February 19, 2015