Golden Dawn Faces Ballot Exclusion

- May 4, 2014

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.

Escaped Greek Terrorists Strike Again

- May 4, 2014

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.

New Democracy-SYRIZA Tight Race

- May 4, 2014

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.

Greece Sets Troika Debt Relief Case

- May 4, 2014

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.

Greece Losing Child Poverty Fight

- May 3, 2014

The government has not been doing enough to combat child poverty, Deputy Ombudsman Giorgos Moschos told a Greek parliamentary committee.

Samaras Rejects Tsipras Debate

- May 3, 2014

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.

Anarchists Claim Cop Parcel Bomb

- May 3, 2014

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.

Ferry Boat Goes Aground Off Santorini

- May 3, 2014

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.

Euro Doubts Plague Tsipras

- May 2, 2014

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.