Greek ministers will meet this week to take up work again on long-stalled reforms demanded by international lenders.
While the news about immigrants and Greece is the continuing waves coming in, many here are going home or somewhere else.
With much attention in Greece being placed on the wave of illegal immigration, the relentless problem of human trafficking, including women and children from other countries forced into sexual slavery, is being left to human rights activists to solve.
The director of the wildly-successful film Mamma Mia! that was filmed on the islands of Skopelos and Skiathos, has urged Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni not […]
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew led a liturgy at the Soumela monastery in Trabzon, Turkey mark the Dormition of the Virgin Mary.
Greece is considering a plan that would allow people convicted of financial crimes to reduce or avoid prison sentences by paying fines.
With a shortage of doctors, Greece is seeking retired physicians to work on islands and in rural areas, without being paid.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is trying to deal with dissident ruling parties lawmakers upset over a botched new property tax.
Greek fruit destined for Russia is rotting away as European and Greek officials delayed plans to compensate them or try to convince Moscow for an exemption to the move which was a retaliation against the West for imposing sanctions over Ukraine.
An amendment has exempted unlawful tavernas at the popular Schinias Beach near Marathon from being demolished.