Troika Talks End Without Deal for Greece

- November 20, 2013

ATHENS – Envoys from international lenders said they finished a round of negotiations with Greece on the prospect of new austerity measures without reaching any […]

Unhappy With Troika, Greece Turns to Merkel

- November 20, 2013

Jannis Papadimitriou/ Deutsche Welle Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is set to arrive in Berlin for talks on Nov. 22. Despite Greece’s economic troubles, the […]

All Crossroads Lead to Athens

- November 19, 2013

ATHENS (Bloomberg) – In the abandoned building that once housed the Athens Stock Exchange, artist Teo is shuffling between the Fool, the Magician and the […]

Thousands March To Remember Junta Downfall

- November 17, 2013

– Andy Dabilis/TNH Staff ATHENS – In a demonstration bigger than recent years, thousands of Greeks took to the streets on Nov. 17 to mark […]

Troika Keeps The Heat On Greece

- November 15, 2013

-The Economist “It is the bad-news season,” says an adviser to Antonis Samaras’ struggling coalition government. He means the onset of winter, when cash-strapped Greeks […]

Greek Jobless Rate Stuck at 27.3%

- November 14, 2013

– Andy Dabilis/TNH Staff ATHENS – Greece’s record unemployment rate of 27.3 percent didn’t change in August from the previous month as the government still […]

Can Greece Make It Back?

- November 11, 2013

Greece is up. Greece is down. Greece can recover. Greece can’t recover. The 3 ½-year rollercoaster ride for the beleaguered Greek economy continues with envoys […]

Parliament Votes Down Censure On Samaras

- November 10, 2013

ATHENS – Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ conservative-led coalition government has survived a no-confidence vote in Parliament by a margin of 153-124 after more than […]