Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is hopeful a deal to release urgently needed bailout funds could be reached at a meeting tomorrow, but expressed frustration with the stance adopted by international creditors.
Eight European Union nations including Ireland, Britain and Poland have urged caution with regulating the Internet, as Brussels prepares a sweeping review of the behaviour of web giants that could see them subjected to new rules.
European Council President Donald Tusk told Greece to accept a debt deal with its international creditors or face defaulting, as he prepares for an emergency summit on Monday to address Athens' future in the eurozone.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has warned that "an accident" in the dispute between Greece and its EU-IMF creditors over unlocking vital bailout cash for Athens was drawing "dangerously close".
The International Monetary Fund has dramatically raised the stakes in Greece's stalled debt talks, announcing that its delegation had broken off negotiations in Brussels and flown home because of major differences with Athens.