|Story title||Eurogroup meeting - March 2016|
EU Finance Ministers of the eurozone meet in Brussels on 11 February 2016 to exchange views on the ongoing implementation of Greece's economic adjustment programme, focusing on the reforms required for the successful completion of the first review. The Cyprus programme, due to expire on 31 March, and the discussion on the transparency of Eurogroup meetings are also on the agenda.
|Video title||Greece: Financial crisis|
Stockshots on the financial crisis in Greece.
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Exterior view of the Greek parliament, Greek flag (2 shots)
Duration : 00:00:10
View of Syntagma square (2 shots)
Duration : 00:00:10
Demonstration against austerity measures and cuts in social expenditure in the centre of Athens, 1st of May 2012 (6 shots)
Duration : 00:00:31
Solidarity Market at Tavros area, Athens. This is a service of the Greek church to help families in economic difficulties. Every week, they can take for free two bags with essential products such as food items, soap and toilet paper, etc.. (8 shots)
Duration : 00:00:33
Soup Kitchen. General views of a soup kitchen organized by the Church of Greece 365 days a year. Here, the majority of users are immigrants without any economic means (9 shots)
Duration : 00:00:45
Exterior view of the Bank of Greece and Kleanthis Tratras walking in. Kleanthis is a former Olympic airlines employee. When he retired, after the airline was privatised, he was given Greek state bonds as part of his compensation package. But now, with the Greek debt « haircut », the value of these bonds has substantially reduced (8 shots)
Duration : 00:00:34
Local Mini-Market, Athens, Greece (8 shots) Due to the crisis in Greece, more and more people can't pay for the daily life products and ask the local supermarkets to write it down so they can pay at a later date.
Duration : 00:00:25
Duration : 00:00:38
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