Court Strikes Down Airport Strike

- October 2, 2014

A planned two-day strike for Oct. 4-5 by Greek air traffic controllers has been struck down by a court which deemed it unlawful.

Greece Migrant Numbers Triple

- October 2, 2014

ATHENS – The number of undocumented immigrants entering Greece illegally is expected to triple by the end of the year, Merchant Marine Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis said, […]

Greek MP’s Want Alexander Statue

- October 1, 2014

A group of 24 New Democracy lawmakers say they want a statue of Alexander the Great put up in the capital’s center.

Man, 70, Dies Waiting To Pay Tax

- September 30, 2014

THESSALONIKI – A prosecutor in Greece’s second-largest city ordered a probe after a 70-year-old pensioner in a long line of people waiting to pay a […]

Gypsy Camp Demolition Delayed

- September 30, 2014

After protests stopped traffic, plans to evacuate and partially demolish a Gypsy camp now behind an Athens Metro station were postponed.

Greek Air Traffic Controllers Set Strike

- September 29, 2014

Greek air traffic controllers said they will strike Oct. 4-5 to protest airport charges, although courts have blocked attempts to walk off the job.

Greek Students Flee Rural Schools

- September 29, 2014

A decision to let college students in Greece pick where they want to go has seen some 80 percent leaving rural schools for the cities.