ATHENS – Hellinikon Global I S.A., the highest bidder for the former airport of Elliniko, south of Athens, may proceed thorugh the privatisation process, according […]
Former U.S. Ambassador to Greece Daniel Speckhard in a February 22 letter to the New York Times calls for the United States to take a […]
With its pension system underfunded and pensioners seeing big cut, Greece’s new Radical Left SYRIZA-led government plans an overhaul.
After blasting former governments for sitting on their hands, The Council of Europe has commended Greece for a new anti-racism law.
Police said they believe the criminal underworld is behind the assassination of the warden of the high-security Domokos Prison in central Greece.
Saying they are targets, Greece’prosecutors’ union said it’s dismayed the government is planning to cut back on police VIP guards.
National Defence Minister Panos Kammenos said Greece wants to continue and broaden its cooperation with Emirati defence companies.
Health Minister Panagiotis Kouroumblis from the Radical Left SYRIZA party said he will reveal a series of private company scandals.
Alternate Defense Minister Costas Isichos said a probe will begin into contracts to buy NH-90 helicopters in 2003, when PASOK was in power.
Greece’s Education Ministry said it won’t close 60 experimental and model schools across the country, refuting reports it would.