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Hackers in Greece 'rob' Mumbai cops

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Mumbai: In a major heist, hackers in Greece were able to clone ATM cards of policemen in Mumbai and withdraw money.
The money was withdrawn from salary accounts, indicating that the central systems m

Clashes break out Greece

Clashes broke out in Greece Wednesday ahead of a crucial vote on a government austerity bill in parliament.

Groups of hooded youth pelted rocks and petrol bombs at police who responded by firing tear

Merkel tries to calm storms over Greece, ECB policy


Angela Merkel tried to calm a growing storm over eurozone crisis strategy on Sunday after the Bundesbank likened ECB bond-buying plans to a dangerous drug and a conservative ally of the German leader

Merkel, Hollande urge Greece to stick to reforms


Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande urged debt-wracked Greece on Thursday to push through with painful but crucial reforms to safeguard its eurozone future as they began talks here.

The German chance

Wildfires rage near Spanish, Greek world heritage sites


Wildfires raged Saturday on Spain's Canary Islands, as hundreds of firefighters also battled a blaze near Greece's Mount Athos, a World Heritage site housing an ancient monastic community.

ECB saves Greece from bankruptcy by securing emergency loans: Report


The European Central Bank (ECB) has saved Greece from bankruptcy for the time being by securing it interim financing in the form of additional emergency loans from the Bank of Greece, German newspaper

Clandestine loans were used to fortify Greek bank


The chairman of one of Greece's largest banks and his family took out loans totaling more than 100 million euros to finance an undisclosed stake in the bank, according to audit documents seen by Reute

ECB turns screws on Greece, stops accepting collateral


The European Central Bank turned up the heat on Greece on Friday ahead of a review of its bailout programme, saying it would stop accepting Greek bonds and other collateral used by Greek banks to tap ECB funding, at least until after the review.

Greek government wins confidence vote, bigger battles loom


Greece's new conservative-led government won parliamentary approval on Monday, but faced the much tougher task of convincing European partners and the IMF to give it more time to meet the terms of its

Greece says will carry out reforms, privatisations


Greece's new finance minister on Saturday pledged to carry out reforms and privatisations demanded under its latest financial rescue in an attempt to regain credibility with international partners stu

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