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Greek Gov’t to Go After 80,000 Rich Tax Evaders

Greek government anti-corruption chief Panagiotis Nikoloudis is investigating 80,000 wealthy Greeks who are suspected of having at least 200,000 euros each in undeclared funds in bank...

Athens Optimistic After Tsipras Returns from Berlin

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras returned from Berlin optimistic that German Chancellor Angela Merkel will support Greece's efforts to come to an agreement with...

Greek Deputy Minister Katrougalos Faces New Allegations, Foreign Media Comment Negatively

Greek Deputy Minister of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction Giorgos Katrougalos faces new allegations as the journalist who brought to light the supposed contracts with laid...

Greek Souvlaki Made with Imported Meat

The famous Greek souvlaki may not be so Greek after all as most of the meat consumed in Greece is imported, a report said. In...

Bild: Germany May Have Moral Obligation to Compensate Distomo Victims’ Families

German newspaper Bild brings up the issue of compensation to victim's families of the SS massacre in the village of Distomo in June 1944...

German Newspaper’s Friendly Welcome to Greek Prime Minister

German newspaper Bild published an unprecedented friendly welcome to Greece and its Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, ahead of today's meeting between the Greek prime...

Tsipras Warns Merkel, The Whole Letter: ‘Impossible for Greece to Make Payments’

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel on March 15 saying that it is impossible for Greece to...

Acropolis of Athens Was Built to Withstand Earthquakes, Engineers Say

"This is an incredible construction, using ingenious solutions to insurmountable engineering and construction problems," said Professor of Civil Engineering Department of the Aristotle University of...

Germany Pushes Greece to Expedite Reforms List

With Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras due to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Monday, Germany is putting more pressure on Greece...

German Media: Liquidity in Greece Ends April 8

Greek coffers will be empty by April 8, said Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung Sunday report, citing European Commission experts in Athens. According to the report, Athens will...

Greek Deputy Minister Denies Allegations of Contracts with Laid Off Public Workers

Greek Deputy Minister of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction Giorgos Katrougalos denied allegations that he had signed dozens of private contracts for reinstating laid off public sector...

Greece Amid ‘Most Stressed Out Nations’ List

With Norway being the most carefree nation in the world and Nigeria the most stressed-out country, Greece lies somewhere in the middle of the...

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