While Greece is pinning its hopes on start-up companies to help boost a recovery, they won’t produce enough jobs to lower the country’s record unemployment rate, the entrepreneurs say.
Four years of harsh austerity measures, which have done as much damage as good, haven’t done enough to lift Greece toward a recovery.
Greek authorities are probing the death of an Albanian inmate in a prison, weeks after another was allegedly tortured and beaten to death by guards.
A flurry of good economic indicators for Greece isn’t translating into all that much good news for Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.
Greek TV satirist Lakis Lazopoulos says he won’t run on the ticket of the main opposition SYRIZA in the European Parliament elections next month.
A TV celebrity running for Mayor of Marathonas is being sued by the Culture Ministry for illegally posing for photos on a little-known archaeological site.
Writer Nikos Dimou said he was leaving the newly-formed To Potami (The River) party after he ridiculed the concept of Holy Fire.
Greece has offered to find where a Turkish Air Force F-16 fighter jet crashed into the Aegean some 18 years ago.
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Police in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki arrested a PAOK fan accused of dumping a crate of fish on the visiting Olympiakos […]
Greece’s tourism is off to a booming start with revenues up 17.3% in January and February, pointing to hopes for a bonanza summer season.