ATHENS – The opposition party Potami called on the prime minister to make an “honourable compromise” and reach agreement with Greece’s creditors, in an announcement […]
NEW YORK — A setback in talks between Greece and its creditors helped knock the stock market lower on Friday, amid renewed concerns that the […]
Greece won’t leave the Eurozone and issue a new currency because the ruling Radical Left SYRIZA government is incompetent and disorganized, a leading economist said. […]
With an estimated 17,700 homeless people in Athens on the streets without service, the government is planning to give them mobile showers and laundries.
Two years after being shut down without notice, Greece’s former national broadcaster ERT returned to the air June 12, bringing back the fired staff.
Investigators probing the cause of a long-running fire at a recycling plant outside Athens, which spewed toxic fumes, are focusing on arson.
Greek left-wing demonstrators staged a sit-in at the Finance Ministry, protesting what they said are more austerity measures being planned.
Greek pharmacies shut down on June 10 to protest government plans to allow Over-the-Counter (OTC) medicines to be sold in markets and other stores.
A bill pushed by the ruling Radical Left SYRIZA to grant citizenship to second-generation immigrants will benefit fewer than 100,000, the government said.
Greek authorities say more than 1,000 people entered the country illegally by sea in a day, bringing the five-month total to about 50,000 so far, and growing.