Hedge fund manager John Paulson, who has stakes in Greek companies, is freezing further investments because of political instability.
Greece has been fined 10 million euros by the European Court of Justice for failing to close dozens of illegal landfills and meet waste management laws.
New Democracy lawmakers have proposed popular election of a Greek President among Constitutional changes it’s recommending.
Thousands of men, women and children immigrants and refugees fleeing war-ravaged countries face dreadful holding conditions in Greece.
Anarchists have burnt a public transport bus and several cars in central Athens during clashes with police to show solidarity with a hunger striker.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras refused demands by rescue lenders for more austerity saying the cuts would be “catastrophic” and derail recovery.
Ignoring European Union directives, Greek Justice Minister Haralambos Athanasiou said same-sex marriages will not be allowed.
International lenders are mum on the Greek government’s offer to double hotel taxes as part of reforms to close a fiscal gap for 2015.
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said the only way the government can elect its man for President is to get defectors from other parties.
Greek tourism officials are furious over government plans to double the Value Added Tax (VAT) on rooms to 13 percent in a sector driving recovery.