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Year after Greek debt rescue, markets unconvinced

It's an anniversary few are celebrating. A year ago Saturday, with its faltering economy days away from bankruptcy, Greece ended months of speculation and requested bailout loans. Full story

Greek PM: austerity cuts are just the beginning

Greece's painful austerity measures are just the start of a long list of structural reforms to get the debt-ridden country's economy back on its feet, the prime minister said Friday. Full story

Official: Brazil, Greece discuss economy, tourism

An official says the leaders of Brazil and Greece have discussed possible investments in the energy and tourism sectors. Full story

Libya wants end of fighting: Libyan envoy

Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister Abdelati Obeidi told Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou on Sunday that Libya wants to end fighting in the country, Greek officials said. Full story

Libya official in Athens to convey Gaddafi message

Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister Abdelati Obeidi flew to Greece Sunday to deliver a message from Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to the Greek prime minister, a senior government official told Reuters. Full story

Greek PM rules out selling islands to cut debt

Greece will not sell any of its Mediterranean islands to reduce its debts because they are part of the nation's cultural heritage and important for tourism, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said on Thursday. Responding to a lengthy campaign by the popular German tabloid newspaper Bild for Athe Full story

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  Reviving the Greek Economy

Insight on how Greece's efforts to recover its economy, with George Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister.

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Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou looks on prior to delivering a speech to parliamentary members of his socialist party in Athens on April 15, 2011. Papandreou on Friday pledged to "restructure" the country with a "radical" roadmap out of the debt crisis and dispel overwhelming market expectat