Greece Promises Power for Poor

- December 10, 2013

ATHENS – Following tragedies when people who couldn’t pay utility bills were left without power trying to find ways to heat their homes and  turned […]

Greek University Strikes Drag On

- December 10, 2013

ATHENS –  A strike by administrators at staff now in its 13th week continued after plans for Athens University’s Law School to open were blocked […]

Crisis Spikes Greek Domestic Abuse

- December 9, 2013

ATHENS – An offshoot of Greece’s crushing economic crisis and the austerity measures it brought has been a dramatic increase in domestic violence cases as […]

JCS Chairman Visits U.S. Sailors in Greece

- December 9, 2013

SOUDA BAY, Greece – Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, visited the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Stout […]

Doctors Say Pregnancy Risky in Greece

- December 9, 2013

ATHENS – Citing the numbers of uninsured pregnant women in Greece with limited access to healthcare and their inability to pay, the Doctors of the […]

Greek Mortgage Ban Battle Set

- December 9, 2013

ATHENS – Having passed a disputed and contentious 2014 budget that has a big hole in it, Greek lawmakers now will take up the tougher […]

Lagarde List Tax Cheats Owe 50M Euros

- December 8, 2013

After reviewing only 150 of 2,062 Greeks with secret Swiss bank accounts – which led to the indictment of former finance chief George Papaconstantinou – […]

Toxic Smog Blankets Greece Again

- December 8, 2013

With winter settting in and many people unable to afford heating oil because of big fuel tax hikes – and many others having their electricity […]

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 […]