Reneging on another campaign promise, the SYRIZA-led government has sold a 67 percent interest in the port of Piraeus to the Chinese company Cosco.
European Union leaders hoped early March 8 they reached the outlines for a possible deal with Ankara to return thousands of migrants from Greece to Turkey and said they were confident a full agreement could be reached at a summit next week.
Disease control experts have been sent to a refugee camp at the Greek-FYROM border, but Greece’s Health Ministry says the measure is precautionary.
Greece says it won’t evacuate a refugee camp at the border with FYROM, but will pressure migrants to use new shelters in nearby areas.
Representatives of Greece’s institutional creditors will return to Athens this week for talks to conclude the first review of the Greek adjustment program.
BRUSSELS – Bargaining a la “grand bazaar” was apparently underway at Monday’s closely watched EU-Turkey summit in Brussels, with increasingly authoritarian-run Turkey offering to stem […]
Media reports in Athens on Monday stated that representatives of Greece’s institutional creditors — the erstwhile “troika” cum “quartet” — will return to the Greek capital […]
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told EU leaders meeting in Brussels they have to help Greece deal with an invasion of migrants and refugees.
NATO said it’s expanding its mission to help choke off the smuggling of migrants into Europe by sending warships off Greece and Turkey.
Police were patrolling a square in central Athens to prevent migrants from setting up camp there after the site was cleared at the weekend.