A coroner on March 16 said a 20-year-old student who was found dead after going missing – and said to be a bullying victim – killed himself.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said a video showing him giving the finger to Germany was “doctored” and he said he didn’t do it.
While German Chancellor Angela Merkel continues to back loans – and austerity – for Greece as more negotiations over reforms roil on, her countrymen have […]
Despite evidence state coffers are fast emptying, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted there’s enough money to pay salaries and pensions – for now.
Much has been in the media about the prospects of a Greek exit from the Eurozone and if it could lead to other countries following.
Residents of Greece’s second-largest city on March 15 placed flowers on train tracks and inside old cattle wagons in solemn remembrance of nearly 50,000 local Jews who were transported to Nazi death camps during World War II.
The new Permanent Representative of Greece to the United Nations, Catherine Boura, presented her credentials to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on March 10, the United […]
A top Greek negotiator with international lenders has disputed a specific primary surplus target has been set despite an agreement.
ATHENS – Flamboyant Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, who’s complained abot austerity, said he’s sorry he and his wife posed for photos in a French […]
Greece filed a complaint after the US refused to change the name of the Former Yugoslav Republic (FRYOM) from Macedonia in documents.