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

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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

The structural reform agenda should matter to the country in the long run

Greece reaches breakthrough debt deal

Outline agreement buys time to secure 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 creditor governments 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

Berlin seeks Greece deal with IMF

Schäuble wants to delay debt relief until 2018

Greek bonds jump as debt relief talks begin

Proposal for Athens to delay bailout payments to be discussed

Momentum builds for Greek debt and banks

Some analysts raise ratings on government debt and banks

Berlin must be careful what it wishes for

There is no good alternative to helping the Greeks

Politics clouds Greek debt talks

IMF and EU disagree on outlook for Athens’ growth and how much relief is needed

Creditors edge towards Greek debt relief

Athens needs realistic fiscal targets and longer-term assistance

Berlin opens way to Greek debt relief talks

Eurozone finance ministers hail move to break impasse threatening IMF role in €86bn bailout

Greek bonds rally ahead of Eurogroup

Juncker says Athens has “basically achieved” all of its reforms

Greece approves pension and tax reforms

Heated two-day debate in parliament ahead of €86bn bailout review

IMF tells eurozone to start Greece talks

Letter from Lagarde calls for negotiations on debt relief

Tusk rejects Tsipras request for EU summit

Greece tries to avoid default but is fast running out of cash

Eurozone edges closer to deal over Greece

Finance ministers willing to start talks on easing big debt burden

Greece’s debt crisis looks familiar

The mother of all EU crises has been gathering steam again

Clear-out imminent at Greek bank boards

Rescue vehicle expected to fail 20 of 55 directors in suitability test at top four lenders

Schäuble rules out debt relief for Greece

German minister’s rebuff to IMF highlights growing tensions

Why Greece and monitors are arguing again

Role of IMF in the programme comes under question