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B. 04-01 A 6.2 magnitude earthquake hits Crete Crete, Greece
C. 05-06 Euro falls on Greece exit rumours Greece
D. 05-27 Greek austerity negotiations fail Athens
E. 06-14 Greece braces for general strike Greece
06-15 Greek PM to form new government Greece
6. 06-16 Greece's PM to reshuffle cabinet Greece
H. 06-17 Merkel and Sarkozy urge Greek aid Berlin
8. 06-17 Greek prime minister reshuffles Cabinet Greece

Summary.     Click for More > Eurozone agrees new Greek bailout Eurozone leaders reassure Greece Greece to miss targets on deficit Greece hit by new general strike Greek clashes amid general strike Greece MPs back austerity plans   The Greek parliament has given initial approval to new austerity measures, as clashes broke out between protesters and police in Athens Greece to hold bailout referendum  Papandreou: Greece will hold a referendum on a new European Union aid package intended to resolve the country's debt crisis Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal Bailout loan withheld from Greece Calls for Greek leader to resign Greek PM backs off plans for referendum   George Papandreou said that a controversial proposal to hold a referendum on an international bailout for his country would not be necessary PM faces knife-edge confidence vote Greece's PM wins confidence vote Papandreou-Samaras talks Greeks agree coalition government Greek coalition 'to be announced' Papademos named as new prime minister  Lucas Papademos, a former banker and European Central Bank vice president, has been named interim prime minister of Greece Greece swears in unity coalition
European ministers: Greece to get loans Greek PM survives confidence vote Greek unions stage general strike Greek protests turn ugly as strike begins Parliament's vote in favour of austerity
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Greek PM to form new government Merkel and Sarkozy urge Greek aid Greek PM calls for unity on debt Eurozone 'to approve' Greece loan   European ministers: Greece to get loans  Applauding budget-cutting measures by Greece, the finance ministers announced that Athens is on track to receive fresh loans in mid-July U.S. stocks rise amid caution over Greece Debt-ridden Greece to sell state assets Greek PM survives confidence vote   The government has won a critical vote of confidence in parliament as it struggles to win support for extra austerity measures EU leaders pledge to help Greece Israel denies pressure to block flotilla   Greek unions stage general strike  Trade unions have begun a 48-hour general strike, hours after PM George Papandreou urged parliament to back an austerity package Greek protests turn ugly as strike begins  Riot police fired tear gas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators, as thousands rallied to protest proposed austerity measures   Parliament's vote in favour of austerity


April 2011 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  A 6.2 magnitude earthquake hits Crete


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May.6  Euro falls on Greece exit rumours
May.16  Eurozone talks to focus on Greece
May.27  Greek austerity negotiations fail


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Jun.14  Greece braces for general strike
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Jun.16  Greece's PM to reshuffle cabinet
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 Greek prime minister reshuffles Cabinet
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  The European Union has welcomed the Greek parliament's vote in favour of a severe austerity package that has sparked strikes and protests
 MPs approved the unpopular package of spending cuts and tax hikes by 155 votes to 138. The measures are needed to win the latest tranche of a 110bn-euro (98bn) loan
Jun.30 MPs pass second austerity vote

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Jul.2 Poles warn EU over Greece crisis
Eurozone releases more Greece aid Jul.21     Eurozone agrees new Greek bailout  Leaders of the Eurozone countries have agreed a new bailout package for Greece worth 109bn euros ($155bn) Jul.22 Markets rise on Greek aid package

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Sep.14     Eurozone leaders reassure Greece  The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have said that Greece is an 'integral' part of the eurozone Sep.17 PM George Papandreou cancels US visit
Sep.20 Greece bailout talks 'progress' Sep.24 Moody's downgrades Greek banks Sep.26 Greek minister: 'Whatever it takes' Sep.27 Greece calls for German debt help Sep.29 Greek PM holds new bailout talks

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Oct.2   Greece to miss targets on deficit
  Greece has said its budget deficit will be cut in 2011 and 2012 but will still miss targets set by the EU and IMF Oct.3 Eurozone delays Greek loan choice
Oct.4   Greece hit by new general strike  A 24-hour general strike is underway in Greece against the nation's austerity measures, affecting schools, transport and hospitals Oct.18 Mass strike to close down Greece Oct.19   Greek clashes amid general strike   Greek riot police have fired tear gas and fought running battles with protesters, amid a 48-hour general strike that has paralysed the count...   Greece MPs back austerity plans
  The Greek parliament has given initial approval to new austerity measures, as clashes broke out between protesters and police in Athens
Oct.20 Rioters have fought other protesters Oct.27 Sarkozy: Euro for Greece 'was a mistake' Oct.31   Greece to hold bailout referendum
  Papandreou: Greece will hold a referendum on a new European Union aid package intended to resolve the country's debt crisis


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Nov.1   Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal  European stock markets dropped dramatically Tuesday and the leaders of France and Germany scheduled an emergency conversation Greek cabinet endorses referendum Nov.2 Pressure on Greece ahead of G20     Bailout loan withheld from Greece
  The next 8bn euros of rescue loans will be withheld from Greece until after its referendum on the eurozone rescue plan, European leaders say Nov.3   Calls for Greek leader to resign  PM George Papandreou is facing calls from senior members of his own party to resign, amid uncertainty about a eurozone bailout deal Greek leader calls emergency meeting   Greek PM backs off plans for referendum
  George Papandreou said that a controversial proposal to hold a referendum on an international bailout for his country would not be necessary
Greek PM faces new call to resign Nov.4   PM faces knife-edge confidence vote  George Papandreou is set to face a crucial no-confidence vote, with the outcome on a knife-edge   Greece's PM wins confidence vote
  Greece's PM George Papandreou has won a crucial confidence vote after promising to hold power-sharing talks Nov.5 PM Papandreou faces unity challenge Nov.6   Papandreou-Samaras talks  George Papandreou is expected to resign after the makeup of the nation's new coalition government is decided   Greeks agree coalition government  Greek leaders at crisis talks have agreed to form a new national unity government. Prime Minister George Papandreou will step aside Nov.8     Greek coalition 'to be announced'  The make-up of Greece's interim government will be announced later on Wednesday, a government official said Nov.10   Papademos named as new prime minister
  Lucas Papademos, a former banker and European Central Bank vice president, has been named interim prime minister of Greece
 Papademos was one of several leaders meeting with President Papoulias with the goal of forming a new national unity government
Nov.11   Greece swears in unity coalition   Greece's new coalition cabinet and Prime Minister Lucas Papademos have been formally sworn in, after a week of political turmoil