Two new political movements hoping to draw voters from traditional parties are preparing candidates for the crucial May 25 European Parliament elections.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has proposed legislation requiring political parties to account for how they spend public money.
Police said they have destroyed a bomb by controlled explosion outside a tax office in western Athens, following warning calls to a TV station.
Even among Greece’s many iconic islands, Hydra has a special mystique, one which draws artists for its quiet magic as much as tourists.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a figure of scorn to Greeks blaming her for austerity measures, is set to return to Athens before Easter.
ATHENS – Greece’s anti-graft chief says he hasn’t received a single euro to run his office since last summer and said it’s a deliberate attempt […]
Bank of Greece chief George Provopoulos said a stress test on country’s four ailing major banks was designed not to scare off investors.
Greece’s highest court has ruled the government had the right to inflict huge losses on holders of Greek bonds, including in the Diaspora.
After firing thousands of low-paid workers, the Greek government now is zeroing in on people who got their jobs by faking their qualifications.