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As Greece shuts down state broadcaster ERT, we ask how meeting eurozone bailout obligations is affecting press freedom.
The eviction of Athens' occupation points at the dead-end authorities in Greece are hastily driving themselves in.
New tax law, demanded by EU and IMF, includes top rate of 42 percent for Greeks earning more than $56,000 a year.
Referendum on independence still a possibility as nationalists gain majority in parliament following elections.
Andrew McFadyen
Parliament approves austerity package to secure aid from lenders after violent protests erupt in the capital, Athens.
Thousands of Greeks flood central Athens as parliament is due to pass an austerity package to win aid from lenders.
Prime minister warns of "chaos" if $17bn legislation is not approved within the next week.
Seumas Milne's book gives a perspective of what has brought us to today's crisis and the shape of the future politics.
Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras finalises agreement with foreign lenders which will give a two-year extension.
The troika demands a $16bn reduction in public spending, three times the size of cuts which triggered riots in February.
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