Greek authorities are probing the death of an Albanian inmate in a prison, weeks after another was allegedly tortured and beaten to death by guards.
A flurry of good economic indicators for Greece isn’t translating into all that much good news for Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.
A TV celebrity running for Mayor of Marathonas is being sued by the Culture Ministry for illegally posing for photos on a little-known archaeological site.
Writer Nikos Dimou said he was leaving the newly-formed To Potami (The River) party after he ridiculed the concept of Holy Fire.
Greece has offered to find where a Turkish Air Force F-16 fighter jet crashed into the Aegean some 18 years ago.
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Police in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki arrested a PAOK fan accused of dumping a crate of fish on the visiting Olympiakos […]
Greece’s graffiti artists have taken to the walls of Athens and other cities to protest a society under austerity siege.
The Greek government said it will hand out benefits to austerity measure victims just ahead of May elections for municipalities and the European Parliament.
A Greek writer and erstwhile politician who ridiculed the concept of Holy Fire ahead of Easter has drawn sharp rebukes from critics but also the backing of a new, rising political party leader who defended his stance in a country where almost everyone declares themselves Greek Orthodox and a Church supporter. Nikos Dimou suggested that the Holy Fire brought back from Jerusalem each Easter Saturday is not the result of a miracle.
Golden Dawn MPs could be released from detention because Parliament has been slow to lift the immunity of others.