Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, right, at a session of the Greek Parliament. Finance officials from Greece and other European nations will meet Monday on its debt. Credit Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters

Business Insider: Greece's latest payment deadline is in 24 hours — and Athens is desperate for positive news from Europe

Greece is at the top of the agenda at the Eurogroup meeting once again. The finance ministers of the eurozone are gathering in Brussels on Monday, just 24 hours before Greece's latest major debt repayment.

On Tuesday, Greece has a €767 million ($856.6 million, £555.4 million) payment to make to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). That's the biggest payment the country has had to make to its international creditors since the new Syriza-led government took power.

More News On The Greek Debt Crisis

Greece to repay €750m to IMF to avoid default - live updates -- The Guardian
I.M.F. and Central Bank Loom Large Over Greece’s Debt Talks -- NYT
Greece seeks eurozone nod but bailout deal ruled out -- AFP
Greece not eyeing plan B, wants credit for progress in talks: govt spokesman -- Reuters
Greece says deal will be 'difficult' at Eurogroup meeting -- Reuters
Greece in crunch talks with creditors as money runs dry -- AP
Merkel Pressed to Give Up Greece as Germans Urge Strong Euro -- Bloomberg
EU Prepares for Worst Case Scenario in Greece – German Newspaper -- Sputnik
No Accord Seen Imminent on Greek Bailout Funds -- VOA
Germany Signals It’s Open to a Greek Referendum on Bailout Program -- WSJ
Greece's finances: Of Hercules and Keynes -- The Economist
4 ways Greece’s epic debt drama may play out -- Market Watch

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