A top ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel said a Greek exit from the Eurozone would cause “utter chaos” but would happen without reforms.
The former Mayor of Thessaloniki, convicted of stealing 17 million euros, has gotten a get out of jail card because of health problems.
Prosecutors brought embezzlement charges against the board of directors of the Athens Nursing Home, charging them with stealing millions of euros.
A top Finance Ministry official said the system wasn’t hacked into although former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis said it was.
A new bank failure law would allow the confiscation of Greek bank accounts over 100,000 euros to protect the state.
Higher taxes could prove to be the final death knell for an industry that’s already seen boat registrations shrink from 11,112 to 2,500.
ATHENS— Greece and rescue lenders are still working out the format of upcoming talks, the labor minister said Sunday, confirming a delay in the negotiations […]
Austerity-weary Greeks, already girding for more tough conditions, now will have to face a heat wave expected to send temperatures past 104 degrees, 40 degree […]
Weary of a crushing economic crisis that leaves them unpaid for months, thousands more Greek doctors and nurses are leaving for other countries.
ATHENS – Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday spoke on the telephone with French President Francois Hollande. According to government sources, Hollande congratulated Tsipras on […]