Greece’s highest court is expected to rule by May 11 whether the ultra far-right Golden Dawn party can be on the ballot for the EU Parliament.
Greek police said a terrorist group has gotten 15 million euros in bank robberies and that another escaped terrorist has been linked to a failed parcel bomb attack.
Dueling polls show a close race between the ruling New Democracy Conservatives and SYRIZA Leftists in this month’s elections for Greek municipalities and the EU Parliament.
With a primary surplus in hand, Greece is set to ask the Eurozone to approve relief from the 240 billion euros it has borrowed from international lenders.
The government has not been doing enough to combat child poverty, Deputy Ombudsman Giorgos Moschos told a Greek parliamentary committee.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras won’t take a dare from SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras for two TV debates before the elections for municipalities and EU Parliament.
A Greek militant anarchist group has claimed responsibility for sending a parcel bomb to a regional police station, which was intercepted and destroyed without causing injuries or damage.
A ferry boat approaching the popular resort island of Santorini island in the Aegean Sea early on May 3 ran aground but eventually made it to port after other ships stood by.
Four years into a crushing economic crisis, Greeks are feeling a little better about spending what they have left in their pockets.
Major opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras is trying to fend off criticism that he would take Greece out of the Eurozone if he comes to power.