Cleaning ladies being fired from their Finance Ministry jobs turned out again in protest on June 25, this time outside the General Accounting Office.
Former State Revenue Secretary Haris Theoharis was reportedly forced to quit because he was aggressively going after high-profile tax cheats.
A prosecutor said criminal charges of falsifying data should be dropped against Andreas Georgiou, the head of the country’s statistics agency.
A Greek court has rejected a plea by Golden Dawn to remove prosecutors charging them with running a criminal gang.
A jailed Greek businessman believed to have embezzled hundreds of millions of euros from a bank the government had to rescue was ordered released.
A Ryanair flight from Thessaloniki to Cyprus, was forced to make an emergency landing in Athens after a passenger took a panic attack.
In another ruling that could undercut a burgeoning economic recovery, a Greek administrative court has ruled that retroactive pension cuts on judges, prosecutors and members of the State Legal Council were unconstitutional and in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Leaders of the extremist Golden Dawn party who have denied being Nazis, have shown up in photos giving a Nazi salute in front of a Swastika flag.
While U.S. chain Starbucks is raising prices in the United States, it will cut them in Greece, land of coffee houses and where competition is fierce.
An American company is one of the bidders for the Greek postal system ELTA being put up for sale as part of a lagging privatization push.