Greece’s betting monopoly OPAP has begun a voluntary redundancy scheme for about three-quarters of its staff to cut costs, one of its biggest unions said […]
ATHENS – A key body monitoring Greece’s bailout approved the disbursement of the next batch of rescue loans Friday, after the country met outstanding reform […]
More than 200 years after they were stolen by a British diplomat, Greece has begun a new effort to get them back from the British Museum.
Greece’s government has given the go-ahead for building on a protected beach, ignoring EU warnings of environmental damage.
Striking Greek utility workers warned they will extend planned power cuts to the country’s islands at the height of a record tourist season.
Greece’s Finance Ministry says a key body monitoring the country’s international bailout has approved paying the next batch of rescue loans.
Trying to avoid comparisons with Argentina’s record of default Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said Greece won’t suffer the same fate.
Greeks have been warned of power cuts as utility workers go on strike to protest government plans to sell part of the company.
Four years of brutal austerity measures in Greece has wiped out more than 130,000 businesses, while only 45,000 opened.
One of Greece’s most notorious terrorist group said it was behind the arson attack on the car of Greece’s consul in Berlin, Aris Radiopoulos