Greece’s Epiphany of Protest

- January 7, 2014

Seems like everything is fair game for protests these days in debt-crushed, austerity-laden Greece, even religious ceremonies. The traditional ceremony on Jan. 6 of the […]

Germany Probes Greek Arms Deals

- January 7, 2014

German investigators said they will review contracts between the arms manufacturer Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) to see if it paid bribes to Greek defense ministry official […]

ESM Rules Out Greek Debt Cut

- January 7, 2014

Greece’s hopes of triggering a debt relief clause that would allow the government to walk away from some of its payments to international lenders have […]

Gays Protest Bishop Seraphim Epiphany

- January 6, 2014

PIRAEUS – Protesting Bishop Seraphim’s opposition to gay marriage, gay couples kissed while he was carrying out the traditional Epiphany Day religious ceremony Jan. 6 […]

Greece Vows Corruption Punished

- January 6, 2014

ATHENS – After years of impunity for high-profile wrongdoers, the Greek government has sworn once again that it will not tolerate corruption, with officials pointing […]