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Greek Army Officer Decorated For Rescuing 20 Migrants in Rhodes Shipwreck

Greece's Defense Minister Panos Kammenos has earlier today decorated an army sergeant of the Hellenic Army, whose photos rescuing a young migrant from Eritrea following...

Italian Economy Minister: No ‘Plan B’ on Greece

Rumors over a so-called "Plan B" on a solution to Greece's long-standing crisis have been topping international media in recent weeks, although top European officials have...

German FinMin Spokesman: The Ball Is in Greece’s Court

Yet another declaration of its frustration expressed today the German Finance Ministry, regarding the lack of progress Greece has achieved in regards to its...

18-Year-Old Jihadist Arrested in Greek-Albanian Border

An 18-year-old Albanian national was arrested yesterday morning at the Kakavia border crossing station between Greece and Albania on charges of involvement in armed conflicts...

Tension in Greek Parliament as Opposition Parties Raise Objections Over Legislative Order

The Greek Parliament discussion earlier today over the legislative order issued this week, ordering the country’s public sector operations to transfer excess funds to...

Eurogroup President to Greece: Time Is Running Out

Today's Eurogroup bore no fruit for Greece and Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis was reportedly hammered by his peers. A clear image for the negative climate...

ECB President: Greek Banks Can Continue to Rely on Emergency Liquidity Assistance

European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi gave his assurance today that the Greek banks can continue to rely on emergency liquidity assistance (ELA). "ELA will continue to...

Yanis Varoufakis: Greece Is Now Ready for Big Compromises

Greece's outspoken Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, who has reportedly faced a hostile environment in today's Eurogroup in Riga, Latvia, said Athens is now ready to...

‘Grexit’ Is Passe, Citigroup Introduces ‘Grimbo’ to Crisis Lexicon

Forget the monotonous term "Grexit" that has occupied thousands of newspaper pages throughout the years of the crisis, Citigroup Inc. economist Ebrahim Rahbari adds...

Documentary ‘Agora: From Democracy to the Market’ at International Film Festival in Munich

Internationally acclaimed Greek documentary "Agora: From Democracy to the Market" will have its German festival premiere at the 30th International Documentary Film Festival DOK.FEST in...

Anastasiades: We Have the Will and Determination to Reach a Solution Over Cyprus Problem

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades highlighted that the prospects to resume talks on the Cyprus problem are being created. As he noted, the dialogue between the Greek-Cypriot side and the Turkish-Cypriot...

No ‘Plan B’ For Greece, Govt Official Says

Greece and its international creditors have not agreed on a "Plan B" in case the country fails to pay the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on time...

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