A Summer Break, But An Uneasy Calm Still Hangs Over Greece

- July 28, 2014

Two years after he was elected and ran into a firestorm of criticism, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras had been enjoying a break in the social unrest that brought down his predecessor, but even while the country shows signs of recovery, there are subtle signs of rising trouble again, although outwardly all appears relatively quiet.

New Democracy Firing Staff Fast

- July 27, 2014

Despite getting public money and bank loans, the ruling New Democracy Conservatives of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras can’t pay its bills and has begun firing workers from its headquarters.

New Inquiry Ires ELSTAT Chief

- July 26, 2014

The head of the country’s statistics agency is furious a probe into allegations the agency inflated Greece’s deficit to get an international bailout is being reopened after prosecutors said should be dropped.