The World Jewish Congress has pushed Germany for the return of a ransom paid Nazi occupiers during World War II to free thousands of forced Greek-Jewish laborers.
ATHENS – With the lowest graduation rate in Europe – only 10 percent of students get a degree – Greece is moving to force university […]
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is set to meet with his partne, PASOK Socialist chief Evangelos Venizelos in hopes of breaking an impasse with the Troika.
TV presenter Stavros Theodorakis, who left his show to create a new political party called To Potami still doesn’t have any candidates or platform.
Amid criticism about health care cutbacks during a crushing economic crisis, the number of fatalities attributed to the flu this season in Greece has hit 70.
Greek pharmacists are considering strikes and other actions to protest plans that would let supermarkets sell non-prescription drugs.
The PASOK Socialists, a partner in Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition government, are protesting plans to implement a 5 euro admission fee for clinics – which they sponsored.
Greece and its international lenders are down to talking about extending the shelf life of milk and if supermarkets can sell non-prescription items such as aspirin.
ATHENS – School bullying is getting worse in Greece, according to a report from the Education Ministry and other research that shows at least five […]
Greece is preparing stricter conditions, specially designed cells, the end of leaves and even separate prisons for high-risk inmates.