After almost 11 hours of talks in Brussels, eurozone finance ministers and the IMF have agreed to a range of measures to restructure Greece’s debts when its €86bn bailout ends in 2018

IMF ‘weakened’ by political interference during debt crisis

Damning internal report on eurozone bailouts fuels debate over support for Greece

Greece loosens limits on cash withdrawals

Attempt to restore confidence in holding money at banks

US makes case for Greek debt relief

Treasury secretary says Greece should be anchor of regional stability

Greeks raid home of former UBS banker

Probe into tax evasion based on account data acquired via Germany

Italian group bids for Greek rail operator

Tender by FS underscores pressure on Athens to sell state assets

Greek bank clean-up trio resign

Executives step aside under pressure from international creditors

Entrepreneur’s death shakes Greek business

Collapse of Mamidoil-Jetoil increases fears over economy

Greek banks: after nemesis, catharsis

Lenders have a good news story to tell

ECB reinstates measure to aid Greek banks

Frankfurt says it will again allow Greek bonds as collateral for loans

Mitsotakis warns on Greek tax rises

Centre-right politician says structural, not fiscal, reforms are needed

Greece warns on growth-harming taxes

Government approval ratings dip as recession continues

Greece central bank calls for bailout rework

Stournaras wants deal that would reduce fiscal surplus

Greece needs new deal with EU partners

Time to strike right balance between reforms and debt relief

Painful choices still hang over Greece

The IMF now acknowledges that the programme agreed in 2010 was wildly unrealistic

ECB holds back on cheap Greece loans

No waiver yet on using Athens bonds as bank collateral

Syriza makes U-turn over offshore law

Greece to repeal measure allowing politicians to hold stakes

Syriza faces fire on softening offshore law

Move at odds with policy of curbing tax evasion by elite

The real threat to EU lies in the Aegean

Europe has lost the moral high ground in its deal with Turkey

Greece’s debt deal is not a game-changer

The country is mired in a depression, losing a quarter of GDP since 2007, writes Yannis Palaiologos

Greek debt deal reflects changing IMF

Fund steps back from confrontation with eurozone

Schäuble manouevres way through Greek deal

Latest debt agreement should keep domestic opposition at bay

Athens set for ECB debt waiver

Move would be big step to rehabilitate banking system

Greece’s economy: Teutonic teachings

Structural reform matters to the country in the long run

Greece reaches breakthrough debt deal

Agreement on restructuring Athens’ debt buys time to secure country’s financial future

Greek debt deal leaves key points open

Face-off with creditors defused but measures only a temporary fix

Slow grind towards debt relief for Greece

Eurozone creditors need to give Athens more fiscal room

IMF pushes debt interest cap for Greece

Move risks requiring other eurogroup members to plug yet more Greek gaps

Greece agrees fiscal steps for debt talks

Tsipras pushes through €1.8bn package of indirect tax increases

The IMF, Greece and calling Berlin’s bluff

Europe’s ‘extend and pretend’ stance comes at a price

Greece’s creditors eye IMF debt deal

EU buyout of €14bn in loans discussed

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