EU Helpers Till Greek Bailout Gardens

- April 28, 2014

Volunteer gardeners from countries around Europe visited Thessaloniki to help local urban planting initiatives set up help residents hit by the country’s financial crisis.

EU Says No More Greek Worker Firings

- April 27, 2014

With Greece expecting to see the beginning of a recovery later this year, European Union officials said there’s no need for more worker layoffs.

Greece’s Long-Term Outlook Not Good

- April 25, 2014

While Greece is seemingly on the road to recovery, its economic outlook over the next decade has deteriorated, the European Commission said in a report on April 25.

More Than 20,000 Austerity Protests

- April 25, 2014

There have been 20,210 protests since 2010 against austerity measures attached to two bailouts of 240 billion euros ($330.7 billion) Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias revealed.

Free Medicine For Uninsured Greeks

- April 25, 2014

Reeling from criticism that austerity measures have left 20 percent of the population without health care Greece is moving to provide free drugs for the uninsured.

EU Tweaked Greek Primary Surplus

- April 24, 2014

The European Union’s statistics agency ELSTAT said it manipulated data to show that Greece has a primary surplus of 1.5 billion euros when it has a deficit.

Health Insurance Greek Austerity Casualty

- April 24, 2014

Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis says 1.9-2.4 million Greek citizens don’t have health insurance and the government doesn’t have 700 million euros to pay it.

EU Certifies Greek Primary Surplus

- April 23, 2014

The European Union says Greece has reached a major financial milestone that was required if it were to be granted more debt relief.