Venizelos Heckled by PASOK Rebels

- September 3, 2014

ATHENS – PASOK Socialist chief Evangelos Venizelos found himself jeered during the party’s 40th anniversary meeting when he attended an event featuring his predecessor, George […]

Greece Blasts Erdogan On Cyprus

- September 2, 2014

Greece has angrily denied claims by new Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Athens is not doing its job as guarantor power in the Cyprus dilemma.

Greek Anti-Racism Bill Back

- September 2, 2014

ATHENS – An anti-racism bill aimed primarily at the ultra far-right Golden Dawn party is heading back to Parliament after months of delays and objections […]

Deputy EdMin Koukodimos Quits

- September 1, 2014

Deputy Education Minister Costas Koukodimos has quit his post, citing personal reasons,, denying it was to attend to his businesss.

Kouvelis Won’t Reject Presidency

- August 31, 2014

Democratic Left leader Fotis Kouvelis said he hasn’t been approached to be the ruling parties’ nominee as Greek President but hasn’t ruled it outt.

Greece Defends FYROM Talks

- August 30, 2014

Responding to calls from Balkan and EU leaders to settle a name dispute with FYROM, Greece said it intends to keep negotiating.

Anti-Gay Tweet Confounds MP

- August 30, 2014

Greece’s Independent Parliamenty group wants one of its members to quit for sending a homophobic Tweet about Luxembourg Premier Xavier Bettel.

Battle Royal Begins: New Democracy Promises Tax Cuts, Blasts SYRIZA

- August 30, 2014

With Greek officials set to meet envoys from international lenders in Paris and here next month, Prime Minister and New Democracy Conservative leader is readying a crucial speech for the Thessaloniki International Fair promising tax cuts and attacking his bitter rival, the major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) which is leading in polls.

Jailed Golden Dawn MP Takes Seat

- August 29, 2014

The jailed spokesman of Greece’s extremist Golden Party was granted a leave from prison on Aug. 29 to take up his seat on Athens’ council.