Greeks Turning In Tax Cheats

- October 5, 2014

Greece’s faltering fight against tax evasion is getting some help from taxpayers who’ve been beset with harsh austerity measures.

Greek Police Probe Terrorist Suspect

- October 5, 2014

Greek police are investigating Antonis Stamboulos, who has been linked to jailed Revolutionary Struggle leader Nikos Maziotis.

Police Bust Patra Pedophile Cafe

- October 4, 2014

PATRA, Greece – Police said they have broken up a pedophile ring in a cafe in which men paid to have sex with two girls, […]

UNESCO To Mediate Marbles Fight

- October 4, 2014

UNESCO said it has agreed to act as arbiter in a long-running dispute between Greece and England over the stolen Parthenon Marbles.

Greece Looks To Medical Tourism

- October 4, 2014

Despite big health care cuts, there is belief that Greece could be a hub for medical tourism that could bring in critical revenues.

Marble Door in Amphipolis Tomb

- October 3, 2014

The discovery of a marble door in the ancient Amphipolis tomb shows it was likely from the era of Alexander the Great, archaeologists said.

Police Foil New Democracy Bomb Threat

- October 3, 2014

Greek police said they foiled a planned bomb attack by a far-left militant group against the headquarters of the ruling New Democracy party.