Ten years after the last incident of Mad Cow disease, two new cases have appeared in Greece and investigators are looking at food given to cattle.
Greek tax inspectors are being offered anger management classes to deal with collecting a deeply unpopular emergency tax.
Environmental inspectors were sent to the resort island of Mykonos, to inspect a Turkish-flagged vessel that ran aground with 200 tons of fuel.
Greek pharmacists who want to keep a monopoly on the sales of non-prescription drugs went on a two-day strike March 10 to protest reforms.
Law enforcement officials said two businessmen on the island of Crete killed themselves within 24 hours over the March 8-9 weekend in separate incidents.
A Golden Dawn lawmaker who’s in jail facing charges of running a criminal gang is a candidate for governor in Greece’s May municipal elections.
Greek police said they arrested a gypsy man and woman on charges of kidnapping a minor after police found the baby was not theirs.
Greece’s international lenders said the country’s political parties must be more transparent and account for how they spend state money.
Greek WWII hero Manolis Glezos said Germany should pay Greece 162 billion euros in World War II reparations, including for forced loans.
The head of Greece’s money-laundering investigating agency said the country’s business elite used state banks to enrich themselves through schemes.