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Austerity psychosis hits psychiatric hospitals

Move will effect Dromokaiteio psychiatric hospital in Haidari and Attica psychiatric hospital in Dafni – both in Athens – and Thessaloniki psychiatric hospital
Enet: November 22, 2013

Greece submits 2014 budget amid troika tensions

The Greek government has submitted its 2014 budget to parliament, seeking lawmakers’ approval for more spending cuts. But Greece's creditors say the proposals are insufficient and have refused plan.
Deutsche Welle: November 21, 2013

EU ministers 'losing patience' with Greece: Eurogroup

Eurozone finance ministers are "losing patience" with Greece, Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem told a Greek daily as the crisis-hit country prepared to unveil its next budget on Thursday.
AFP: November 21, 2013

Young jobless Greeks turn backs to public sector

An overwhelming 80 percent of unemployed young Greeks are turning their backs to the public sector as a way out of record high unemployment
China Economic Net: November 20, 2013

Troika to leave Greece on Thursday, return in December

Inspectors from foreign lenders checking on Greece's progress towards its bailout targets plan to leave Athens on Thursday and return in early December to continue the review
Reuters: November 20, 2013

Liana Kanelli: 'Blackmailing politics'

Greek MP and Communist Party member talks about the regional influence of Brussels and Berlin.
Al Jazeera: November 20, 2013

Greeks turn to tarot reader as jobless gloom continues

In the abandoned building that once housed the Athens Stock Exchange, artist Teo is shuffling between the Fool, the Magician and the Devil in a Tarot card reading to divine the fate of the crippled Greek nation.
Bloomberg: November 19, 2013

Stournaras, "No more austerity, it's dangerous"

Greece will not yield to pressure to impose further austerity measures, said Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras in an interview with CNBC, responding to the Eurogroup's call for the indebted country to step up reform efforts
November 15, 2013

Greece, troika talks could drag to December

Negotiations between Athens and its international creditors, to unblock a one-billion-euro ($1.3 billion) instalment of financial aid, could last until Christmas, a finance ministry source told AFP on Wednesday.
AFP: November 13, 2013

Greece says higher tax revenues show it is on track to meet bailout targets

Greek tax revenues exceeded expectations in October, helping the country stay on track to meet its 2013 fiscal target, the government said on Wednesday.
Reuters: November 13, 2013