April, 2010:  With a debt of $460 billion, Athens seeks international help.
May, 2010:  Greece $43 billion bailout deal with EU and IMF in exchange for harsh austerity measures.
July, 2011:  Eurozone leaders offer second bailout.
January, 2012:  After nearly two months of negotiations, banks fail to reach an agreement on writing off part of Greece's debt.
February, 2012:  Unions hold massive general strikes, Prime Minister George Papandreou steps down.
May, 2012:  Two main parties, Pasok and New Democracy, suffer major losses in the election.  No party is able to form a coalition.
June, 2012: Repeat elections will be held.