Drowning in 355 billion euros ($375 billion) in debt, Greece is being offered help from the Church, which has offered to sell some of its property to help.
The lifestyle of Stymphalia, a village in Corinthia, Peloponnese, is – with help from EU funds – proving alluring to visitors and regenerating the area.
While church bells ring in Orthodox Easter, thousands of homemade rockets streak across the night sky of the Aegean island of Chios as rival Vrontados parishioners target each other’s church towers in a traditional, once-a-year mock war.
Referring to Greece in an interview with seven major European newspapers, including Italy’s “La Repubblica”, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde expressed concern […]
BERLIN – The German government doesn’t comment on the Greek Prime Minister’s visit to Moscow, Deputy Spokeswoman of the German Chancellery Christine Wirtz said on […]
Greece’s political leaders and ordinary citizens prepared to celebrate Orthodox Easter on Sunday, with many planning to spend the holiday in their home towns with […]
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls called on Greece to make more thorough reforms if it wants to receive new European assistance, during an interview to […]
Greece’s coalition government wants to end maximum-security prisons and not to detain partners or relatives who are suspects.
Greece has added another dubious dishonor after a report found it has the most amount of contraband by percent of GDP in the EU.
ATHENS— Greek authorities say more than 100 immigrants believed to have arrived illegally by sea have been found on the coast of Gavdos, an […]