Inmates held in Greece’s only prison hospital are refusing food and medication as part of a protest campaign against severely overcrowded living conditions.
As Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said the economy will begin to recover this year, the country’s international lenders have questioned whether the banks will need more money too.
A lawmaker from the extremist Golden Dawn party during a gathering of followers on Crete on Feb. 23 greeted them with a Heil Hitler salute.
ATHENS – Citing government cutbacks on health care and a shortage of vaccines, the Athens Medical Association (ISA) said that it has likely been the […]
Even before envoys from international lenders began new talks on Feb. 24, Greece said it had a deal close at hand on unsettled reforms and a budget hole.
ATHENS – After finding irregularities in three major non-government organizations (NGOs), Greece has extended its investigation to more than 6,000 of the agencies that receive […]
Greece’s main opposition leader is certain his party will be in power next year and he would seek a cut in the $325 billion it owes international lenders or Greece will walk away.
Members of a Saudi Arabia parliamentary committee visiting Athens said businesses in their country are looking at Greek enterprises.
Between fare dodgers and people who can’t pay because of a crushing economic crisis, Athens’ public transportation system lost 200 million users.
ATHENS – With lingering fury over Greek Parliamentarians largely escaping the austerity measures imposed on society, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ fragile coalition government is re-visiting […]