Greek authorities said an Albanian inmate who killed a prison guard at Malandrino Prison in central Greece was found dead in his cell but didn’t give the cause.
Eight MPs from Greece’s ruling parties have reportedly dropped their objections to a bill agreed with international lenders in a squabble over milk.
Free Internet access will be available for all in Greece later this year through 4,000 Wi-Fi points in open and closed public spaces.
Greek police said they believe that anarchists dragged drug dealers out of the neighborhood of Exarchia that is a hotbed of leftist movements.
Ancient Greeks chiseled their messages into marble. They would probably be amazed how the illicit art form has evolved in Athens centuries later.
Greece’s largest public sector union says it will join a private sector union in a nationwide general strike April 9 to protest austerity measures.
Greek ministers have warned that unless Parliament passes a multi-bill agreed with international lenders that Greece could be pushed out of the Eurozone. “Anyone who votes against (the multi-bill) in Parliament will be held accountable for the country’s euro exit,” Georgiadis told Mega TV. “We are not kids, we are deputies… we are exiting the memorandum, everyone must live up to their responsibilities,” he said.
Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said there won’t be any more taxes imposed, but a “solidarity tax” will be kept as long as needed.
Greece’s privatization agency says it has received an improved offer to develop the former Hellenikon Airport site.
The Independent Greeks party opposed to terms of bailouts given Greece lost two of its Members of Parliament who said they were quitting.