Greek Cop, 2 Albanians Killed in Firefight

- December 8, 2013

A 43-year-old Greek police sergeant was killed in a firefight with two Albanians in a remote area near the borders of the two countries early […]

Greek Ministers Ignore Firing Orders

- December 7, 2013

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ insistence that his ministers speed the pace of identifying workers who will be transferred, suspended or fired on the orders […]

Another Faulty Stove Death in Greece

- December 7, 2013

As the Greek government said it would restore power to the poor who can’t pay their electric bills with winter setting in, the mayors of […]

Greek College Students Face Lost Semester

- December 7, 2013

ATHENS – Reluctant to force back to work striking staffers that have shut down eight universities, Greece’s coalition government is ready to let the first […]

New Evidence Incriminates Golden Dawn

- December 7, 2013

ATHENS – As supporters of the ultra-far-right Golden Dawn party have begun to ramp up protests demanding the release of its jailed leaders, Greek authorities […]

Protests Mark Student’s 2008 Killing

- December 6, 2013

ATHENS – Police clashed with demonstrators in central Athens the night of Dec. 6 as thousands attended rallies to mark the fifth anniversary of a […]

JCS Chairman Coming to Athens

- December 6, 2013

Renewing interest in Greece as an ally and its geostrategic role in security, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Army General Martin […]

Greece to Restore Power to Poor

- December 6, 2013

Following the death of a 13-year-old Serbian girl from carbon monoxide caused by a makeshift stove in her home when her mother couldn’t pay the […]

Living On Less Than 500 Euros

- December 5, 2013

Repeated rounds of slashing pensions as part of austerity measures imposed by successive governments on the orders of international lenders has left as many as […]