Archaeologists Enter Amphipolis Tomb

- August 25, 2014

Archaeologists excavating an ancient tomb under a massive burial mound in northern Greece have entered the underground structure.

Golden Dawn Gets Own Prison Wing

- August 25, 2014

Female inmates at Korydallos Prison have complained they will be packed in while six Golden Dawn detainees are getting special treatment.

Gay Attacks Rise in Greece

- August 25, 2014

Greek police said a gay male couple was attacked and beaten by a gang of 10 to 15 men in an assault that left one victim with a broken ankle.

Greek Peach Farmers Wait On EU

- August 23, 2014

After promises of aid to make up for losses from a Russian embargo, Greece’s peach and nectarine producers still don’t have an answer.

Amphipolis Tomb Said Not Looted

- August 23, 2014

The chief archaeologist at the excavation of the Amphipolis tomb said massive stones sealing the entrance saved it from looting over the generations.

Anti-Racism Bill Debate Postponed

- August 22, 2014

Human rights groups have been protesting delays, but parliamentary discussion of Greece’s proposed new anti-racism bill has been put off.

Migrant Boat Sinks Off Greece

- August 22, 2014

Greek authorities say at least one person has died after a boat with dozens of immigrants caught fire and sank in the eastern Aegean Sea.

Avramopoulos, Hagel Talk Defense

- August 22, 2014

Greek Defense Secretary Dimitris Avramopoulos, after meeting in Washington, D.C. with his U.S. counterpart Chuck Hagel, said the two “had the opportunity to reaffirm once more the excellent level of Greek-US defense cooperation,” and talked mutual interests.

Quake Hits Northern Greece

- August 22, 2014

Seismologists say an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 struck the northern Greek region of Halkidiki, rattling the area.