Fage, one of Greece’s leading dairy producers, is shutting its milk production unit in northern Greece and will concentrate only on yogurt.
A lawmaker from the ruling Radical Left SYRIZA party said Greece should relent and let its northern neighbor FYROM be called Macedonia.
Yielding to international creditors, Greece’s ruling SYRIZA-led coalition plans to make 300 million euros ($335.43 million) in more spending cuts.
The Greek government said it will set up loudspeakers at the country’s border with FYROM to deter false messages refugees will be allowed to cross.
Greece’s government is appealing to volunteers and aid groups working with desperate refugees on the border to make sure the migrants they don’t get misinformation that led hundreds to try to get past the closed border at FYROM.
Although none worked, Greece’s public sector union ADEDY said it will lead a 24-hour strike on April 7 to protest pension cuts and reforms.
The alleged mastermind of the Parish terror attacks had drawings and a map of the Brussels airport on a computer in an Athens apartment.
Greece’s SYRIZA-led coalition reportedly has relented to more austerity measures demanded by international lenders returning for reform talks.
New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is dealing with the likelihood dissidents will leave to join a new right-wing party that could LAOS.
Refugee and migrant arrivals in Greece, which recently numbered the thousands each week, is slowing down fast with only 17 landing on March 28.