N.Y. Urban Planner Shows Greece How

- December 2, 2013

ATHENS – Hoping to promote more effective partnership between cities and citizens to solve pressing urban problems, the U.S. Embassy in Athens is cooperating with […]

Troika Backs Off Foreclosures

- December 2, 2013

With negotiations at a standstill over the size of a budget gap in 2014 and a series of delayed reforms, Greece’s international lenders said they […]

Half of Greek Workers Owed Pay

- December 2, 2013

ATHENS – Besides suffering pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions, half of Greeks lucky enough to have jobs during a crushing economic crisis that […]

Maria Callas Adorns Google Doodle

- December 2, 2013

The Google Doodle home page on Dec. 2 commemorates the 90th birthday of Maria Callas, perhaps the greatest opera singer ever and a neglected Greek […]

Tax Fight! Mitsotakis vs. Stournaras

- December 2, 2013

ATHENS – Breaking ranks from Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition government’s unity in support of austerity measures, Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Finance […]

FOTOGRAFIA: Fountain of Shame

- December 1, 2013

ATHENS – The first iconic picture for many tourists in Greece is the main fountain in Syntagma Square – and it’s not a welcoming site. […]

Greeks Make World’s Biggest Lollipop

- December 1, 2013

Olive oil. Saffron. Honey. Wine. Some of the greatest of Greek products that critics say are still not being marketed well enough around the world. […]

Chinese Disabled Artists Wow Greeks

- December 1, 2013

ATHENS – With Greece and China becoming closer in business and cultural ties, the China Disabled People’s Performance Art Troupe put on a mesmerizing act […]

Debt Drowns Austerity-Crushed Greeks

- December 1, 2013

ATHENS – With the government having reneged on a promise to provide relief for households besieged by repeated rounds of pay cuts, tax hikes and […]