ATHENS – As protests stepped up over the sinking of a boat packed with migrants that was being towed by the Greek Coast Guard, in […]
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras visited the earthquake-struck island of Kefalonia to inspect relief efforts as thousands of residents stayed away from their homes.
Greece’s highest court has ruled The Athens Mall was built unlawfully and its owners will either have to tear it down or pay a huge fine.
ATHENS – The flip side of costly corruption might prove to be a bonanza for people the hardest hit in Greece during almost four years […]
A survey has found that 10 percent of Greek children aged seven begin smoking and that the average age is 12, worrying health officials in a country with one of the highest rates in the world.
The former head of the high-security Korydallos Prison will still have to explain why a convicted terrorist was granted a furlough, from which he walked away.
ATHENS – New Democracy Member of Parliament Gerasimos Giakoumatos said charges of tax evasion brought against his wife and brother are insignificant and waved them […]
The Greek managers of an oil tanker reported missing off the coast of Angola said established contact with the vessel and that it had been attacked by pirates.
A bomb attack on a court building in Corinth, with Greece fearing new terrorist activity, will not deter judges from their duties, Justice Minister Charalambos Athanasiou said.
Albanian police say they have arrested, Ilir Kupa, an Albanian who escaped from prison in neighboring Greece last year.