A police officer said he found a bloody knife outside the car of a Golden Dawn member accused of stabbing to death an anti-fascist rapper.
Greece won’t get relief from reforms demanded by international lenders because it’s dealing with an influx of refugees and migrants.
The European Union’s top economic and financial official says cash-starved Greece could return to growth in the second half of 2016.
Greek authorities say four more people have drowned off the eastern island of Lesbos, after an accident involving a boat with nearly 50 migrants.
Greek Education Minister Nikos Filis came under a blistering attack Nov. 3 after he said there was no Pontian genocide but an ethnic cleansing.
ATHENS – Greek seamen, on strike for two days, said they’ll stay out out of work another two days to protest more coming austerity measures. […]
An international aid organization said it would increase aid for refugees in Greece and urged the EU to allow safe passage to save lives.
Despite receiving hundreds of millions of euros in EU subsidies, 87.5 percent of Greek farmers declared incomes of under 5,000 euros a year. That exempted […]
Greece has been hit so hard by austerity the last 5 1/2 years it ranks last among the European Union’s 28 countries on a social justice scale.
A garbage-strewn hillside on Lesbos has become the European Union’s testing ground for a fast-track registration process for migrants.