Greece’s international lenders are holding up a 2-billion euro ($2.15 billion) installment until the government lets banks foreclose on homes.
Authorities say the body of a young refugee has been found on a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos, another victim fleeing war and strife.
The Greek Embassy in Germany, along with others, was spied on by the German intelligence service, the Bundesnachrichtendienst.
Greece is ending exemptions for road taxes in a frantic bid to bring in as much revenue as possible during a crushing economic crisis.
Greece has lost 62 percent of its investments as a crushing economic crisis threatens to leave it without any major enterprises.
Faced with implementing austerity measures and reforms it once bucked, Greece’s coalition government was in furious talks with its lenders in a last-ditch bid to avoid implementing or changing some of the toughest conditions, delaying release of a critical 2-billion euro ($2.15 billion) installment.
Greek authorities say a toddler’s body has been retrieved off the shore of Lesbos island in the eastern Aegean Sea. The boy, aged 2 to […]
ATHENS— Authorities rescued several hundred migrants from the Aegean Sea off eastern Greek islands in relatively calm waters on Saturday, also reporting the death of […]
ATHENS — For the first time in 11 days, no new fatalities involving migrants were reported in the Aegean Sea, with good weather conditions on […]
The European Union border protection agency Frontex says it will deploy forces along Greece’s border with neighboring Albania.