Suspected Xiros Accomplice Charged

- January 22, 2015

Greek police said a 23-year-old man believed to be an accomplice of apprehended November 17 terrorist fugitive Christodoulos Xiros was arrested.

Video Shows Golden Dawn “Seig Heil!”

- January 22, 2015

Video footage has emerged of a Golden Dawn rally showing party zealots chanting “Sieg Heil” and singing the German national anthem to SS and Nazi war flags.

Samaras Says ECB Backs Him

- January 22, 2015

Facing a likely election loss, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras is set to give a national address on Jan. 22.

Tsipras Asks For Outright SYRIZA Win

- January 22, 2015

A confident SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said he hopes to win enough votes in the Jan. 25 elections to control Parliament and form a government without a coalition.

An Election Look at Greece’s Debt

- January 21, 2015

Greece goes to the polls Jan. 25 with voters given a tough choice how to handle the debt after six years of recession badly weakened its economy.

To Potami Readies Its Agenda

- January 21, 2015

With polls showing it’s poised to likely gain third place in the Jan. 25 elections, the new To Potami (The River) party is finally getting a political agenda together.

Greek Prison Extortion Probe Grows

- January 21, 2015

ATHENS – Investigators are looking into whether an extortion ring operated inside the high-security Korydallos Prison and how far its reach was. An investigating magistrate […]

SYRIZA Backtracks On Debt Cut

- January 21, 2015

A key economic adviser for the poll-leading SYRIZA said the party won’t seek an immediate debt cut with international lenders but wants a review of terms.

No January Pay For Greek MPs?

- January 21, 2015

Members of Greece’s Parliament, who aren’t working in January because of the campaign for national elections, have been asked to return their pay for the month.