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Greece isn't any old troubled debtor

What is very striking - and important - about the agonised talks between Greece and its creditors is that no European leader has tried to bind the feuding sides together with a call to European solidarity,
BBC: June 15, 2015

Greece crisis: PM Tsipras tells creditors to 'get real'

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said his government will wait patiently for international creditors to become "realistic", after talks on a debt deal in Brussels failed.
BBC: June 15, 2015

Talks between Greece, IMF collapse

Greece moved another dangerous step closer to default Sunday, when economic reform talks with international lenders in Brussels collapsed.
June 14, 2015

'No deal' with Greece as talks in Brussels fail

The latest round of talks between Greek and EU officials in Brussels has failed to reach an agreement.
BBC: June 14, 2015

Greece Told to Back Down on Debt Demands by Creditors

The long standoff between intransigent Greek socialists and their increasingly exasperated creditors appears to be reaching an end, judging by the commentary after an International Monetary Fund meeting this week. It appears as if the Greeks are running out of cards to play.
Breitbart News: June 14, 2015

Greece talks push on as default looms

Senior officials from all 19 eurozone countries have jointly discussed the possibility of a Greek default and exit from the euro for the first time, in a sign of mounting pressure on Athens as it drafts new proposals to unlock desperately needed bailout funds.
Zee News: June 14, 2015

IMF to Alexis Tsipras: 'Do you feel lucky, punk?'

By pulling its negotiators out of talks in Brussels, the IMF is asking Greece to decide whether it can afford to carry on haggling
Guardian: June 11, 2015

Greece's Alexis Tsipras sent home from bailout talks empty-handed as IMF gets tough

International creditors sent Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras home from a summit Thursday with a clear message: swiftly tone down your demands in the bailout talks over the next week or face financial ruin. June 11, 2015

IMF quits Greece talks amid ‘air of unreality’ as deal unravels

Only a week ago, officials on both sides of the negotiating table believed that a solution to Greece’s agonising and excruciating stand-off with its creditors was mercifully at hand.
Financial Times: June 11, 2015

IMF quits Greek talks; EU tells Tsipras: stop gambling

The International Monetary Fund dramatically raised the stakes in Greece’s stalled debt talks on Thursday, announcing that its delegation had left negotiations in Brussels and flown home because of major differences with Athens.
Euronews: June 11, 2015