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Three Groups Comprise the New Terrorist Threat in Greece

Hellenic police investigations show that currently there are three active armed groups that comprise the new face of terrorism in Greece. The finding comes...

Greek Fighter Jet Falls During Military Exercise, Pilot Safe

A Greek Air Force Mirage 2000 fell in the area of Skopelos island during an exercise at Monday noon; the pilot is safe in...

May 29, 1979: Greece Signs Accession to the European Economic Community

Greece was seeking its accession to the European Economic Community long before it signed the official accession agreement in May 29, 1979. The European...

Former Greek Prime Minister Konstantinos Mitsotakis Dies at 99

Konstantinos Mitsotakis, former prime minister of Greece and father of main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis, passed away early Monday morning, his family announced. He...

May 28, 1952: Greek Women Earn the Right to be Elected

Women in Greece had to struggle for many years to vote and be elected in parliament. The woman who initiated the struggle of Greek women...

The Attack Against Papademos was the Second Against a Greek PM in 84 Years

The parcel bomb that exploded inside the car of former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademοs on Thursday was the second against a state leader...

Evidence of Parcel Bomb Against Former Greek PM Leads to Known Terrorist Group

After collecting evidence from the scene of the parcel bomb explosion in the car of former prime minister Lucas Papademos, Greek police suspect that...

European Official Expresses Sadness Over Terrorist Attack Against Former PM Papademos

European Central Bank Governor Mario Draghi expressed his sadness and sympathy on behalf of himself and all of the staff at the bank for...

Eurogroup Transcripts Reveal IMF Still Not Convinced of Greek Debt Sustainability

The May 22 Eurogroup transcripts leaked to Euro2day.gr news site indicate that the International Monetary Fund is not convinced of the Greek debt sustainability...

Letter Bomb Injures Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos

A parcel bomb that detonated inside the car of former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos left him and two other passengers injured on Thursday

ESM: Greece will Not Need Debt Relief if it Reaches 3% Primary Surpluses for...

Greece will not need any debt relief from the euro zone if it keeps achieving a primary surplus of above 3% of GDP for...

Greece Attracted only 13 Foreign Direct Ιnvestments in 2016

Greece attracted 13 foreign direct investments (FDI) in 2016, ranking very low in the European Union, according to the annual European Attractiveness Survey. Foreign investments...

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