Lagarde List Yields More Tax Cheats

- August 14, 2014

Greece’s Financial Crimes Squad SDOE has uncovered millions of euros in alleged tax evasion, including Greeks with secret deposits in a Swiss bank.

Greeks Using Less Olive Oil

- August 14, 2014

One of Greece’s most prized products – olive oil – is sliding in domestic sales during an economic crisis as Greeks used cheaper alternatives

Samaras Says Archaeological Dig Finds Amphipolis Tomb

- August 12, 2014

Greece’s Prime Minister says archaeologists excavating an ancient mound in northern Greece have uncovered what appears to be the entrance to an important tomb from about the end of the reign of ancient warrior-king Alexander the Great.

Greek Eternal Students Get The Boot

- August 12, 2014

Greece is ejecting 90 percent of its college students because they haven’t been going to class and making no attempt to graduate.

Fraud Cops Find 12.8M Euro Scheme

- August 11, 2014

Greece’s Financial Police unit, said they have discovered a scheme that took the state for 12.8 million euros.

Greek Farmers Will Be Paid For Russian Embargo Losses

- August 11, 2014

Set to take big losses because of a Russian ban on foods from the US, Europe and allies in retaliation for western sanctions over Ukraine, Greek farmers are in line to get paid, either from the government, the EU, or both.