OPAP To Cut Staff 75%

- July 4, 2014

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 […]

New Bailout Installment Approved

- July 4, 2014

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 […]

Another Parthenon Marbles Campaign

- July 4, 2014

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.

Strikers Warn Islands Power Cuts

- July 4, 2014

Striking Greek utility workers warned they will extend planned power cuts to the country’s islands at the height of a record tourist season.

Eurozone OK’s Next Greek Loan

- July 4, 2014

Greece’s Finance Ministry says a key body monitoring the country’s international bailout has approved paying the next batch of rescue loans.

Samaras Says Greece Not Argentina

- July 3, 2014

Trying to avoid comparisons with Argentina’s record of default Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said Greece won’t suffer the same fate.

Greek Terrorists Strike in Berlin

- July 3, 2014

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