German Company Fined for Greek Bribery

- December 10, 2014

BERLIN — A German defense and auto parts firm says it is paying a fine of nearly 37.1 million euros ($45.8 million) over allegations that […]

Greek Cops Destroy Athens Bank Bomb

- December 10, 2014

Greek police set off a bomb outside an Athens bank, allegedly planted in solidarity with a convicted bank robber who held a month-long hunger strike.

Chios Mastiha Makes UNESCO List

- December 10, 2014

A Greek agricultural treasure, the aromatic evergreen resin Mastic that grows on the island of Chios, has been given special status by the United Nations.

The Mediterranean Sea of Death

- December 10, 2014

More than 3,400 people – many drowning off Greek islands in rickety craft – died in the Mediterranean this year trying to reach Europe, the UN refugee agency said.

DIMAR Won’t Back Dimas For President

- December 10, 2014

The tiny Democratic Left (DIMAR) party won’t support the ruling parties choice of New Democracy Vice-President Stavros Dimas as the country’s President.

Jailed Anarchist Ends Hunger Strike

- December 10, 2014

Greek anarchist Nikos Romanos ended a hunger strike after the government said he would be allowed to attend college classes wearing a monitoring bracelet.

Samaras, Tsipras Square Off Over President

- December 10, 2014

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras hopes to rally lawmakers outside his coalition government to support his New Democracy party’s Vice-President Stavros Dimas for the country’s symbolic President.

S. Europe Floods Kill 2 in Greece

- December 9, 2014

THESSALONIKI — Police in northern Greece say a second man has died amid extensive flooding across the region, which has prompted an alert along a […]

Syrian Refugees Refuse To Move

- December 9, 2014

A group of nearly 200 Syrian refugees camped near the Greek Parliament refused to budge on Dec. 9 when offered shelter, saying they want out of the country.