The former Mayor of Greece’s second largest city was set to stand trail on Nov. 17 for a second case against him for corruption.
Protesters clashed with police during a rally of 20,000 people in Athens Nov. 17 to mark the 41st anniversary of a student uprising against dictators.
ATHENS – Lawyers around Greece will hold a three-day warning strike from November 19-21 to protest against the draft bill on amendments to the Civil […]
Greek officials are defending use of an iconic Australian image in ads trying to lure visitors to Greece, saying it has names that “originated from Greece.”
Prosecutors in Greece and Germany are intensifying a probe into alleged kickbacks by arms manufacturers for Greek defense contracts.
Greek Public Order Minister Vassilis Kikilias said illegal immigrant detention camps aren’t a disgrace, rejecting international criticism.
Golden Dawn Member of Parliament Constantinos Barbarousis has been cleared of smashing up stalls belong to immigrants.
Greece’s crushing economic crisis is having a fat side effect: an increase in child obesity after it had been reversed before that.
Protesting reforms ahead of the Nov. 17 anniversary of the 1973 uprising that brought down Greece’s military dictatorship, students occupied the faculty building of Aristotle University.
Students clashed with riot police who kept them off the grounds of the University of Athens, which has been shut down through Nov. 18.