Online media publishers have asked Greece’s new government to abandon plans for a 20 percent tax on ads news websites.
ATHENS— A brawl in an Athens prison wing housing foreigners left at least two inmates dead and 21 others injured on Sunday, many seriously, authorities […]
The recapture of notorious November 17 terrorist fugitive Christodoulos Xiros in January came after police were reportedly tipped off by an informant.
The volcano on the famous island of Santorini has gone dormant again after three years of growing signs it was acting up.
With waves of illegal immigrants coming by land and water, Greece will ask the European Union for 30 million euros of emergency funds to cope.
Greece’s highest administrative court, the Council of State, reportedly will rule by May 11 whether the government must restore slashed pensions retroactively to 2012, a verdict that could cost 4.5 billion euros and end any hope of reaching a deal with international lenders to get critically-needed loans.
ATHENS — Greece has entered a new round of bailout talks with creditors that are expected to stretch into the weekend, but insists it is […]
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he thinks Greece will soon have a deal with international lenders as state coffers are emptying fast.
Murdering terrorist Savvas Xiros, set to be released from prison for house arrest, said he won’t wear a monitoring security bracelet.
Greek workers opposed to austerity – as is the government – took to the streets for a May Day Labor Day demonstration to show their continued resistance.