Protesting reforms ahead of the Nov. 17 anniversary of the 1973 uprising that brought down Greece’s military dictatorship, students occupied the faculty building of Aristotle University.
PARIS— A lot needs to go right for the eurozone’s economy to get going again. A report Friday is expected to show the 18-nation currency […]
Greece’s unemployment rate fell – by 0.2 percent – from 26.1 to 25.9 percent in August, signaling that the country’s looming recovery isn’t helping.
Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos has asked his peers in Cyprus and Israel to talk about closer co-operation on energy and other issues.
Hit by an economic crisis, Greeks have slowed their drinking so much that alcohol sales have plummeted 45 percent since 2008.
Students clashed with riot police who kept them off the grounds of the University of Athens, which has been shut down through Nov. 18.
Greece caved in to demands from international lenders to reverse a law giving debtors to the state up to 100 installments to pay.
Two decades of failed talks to settle on a name for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have continued with another round that went nowhere.
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said that his party would not accept any deals the government has made with international lenders if he comes to power.
The Greek government is scrapping the twice annual sales periods to let retail stores set the prices they want any time they want.