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AEK Advances to Greek Cup Final

AEK Athens clinched a place in the Greek Cup final on Wednesday despite losing 1-0 to Olympiacos in the second leg of their semi-final...

IOBE: Greek Economy to Grow Only 1.5% This Year

The latest forecast from IOBE think tank estimates that Greece's economy will only grow by up to 1.5% this year, lower than initially expected...

PM Tsipras: Greece Ready to Legislate Reforms Depending on Debt Relief

During an interview with ANT1 television on Tuesday, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras underlined that Greece is willing to legislate the additional reforms demanded...

Trump Hints at U.S. Support for IMF Funding in Greece

American President Donald Trump announced on Monday that the U.S. policy regarding the International Monetary Fund on the issue of Greece will be revealed...

Tragedy off Lesvos: Sixteen Migrants Drown in Open Sea

Tragedy struck at dawn on Monday morning as a boat carrying migrants sunk north of Mithymna, between Greece and Turkey, under unclear conditions. Initially, five...

IMF’s Poul Thomsen: It Will be Several Years Before Greece Returns to Pre-Crisis Levels

"It will take many years and additional reforms, which are not currently on the negotiating table, until Greece returns to pre-crisis levels," said Poul...

Return of Institutions to Athens at the Heart of Lagarde-Tsakalotos Meeting

A meeting between IMF Chief Executive Christine Lagarde and Euclid Tsakalotos took place on Friday afternoon within the framework of the Spring Fund Summit...

Robbery at Piraeus Bank in Athens; Hostages Held for 3 Hours

A robbery took place at the Piraeus Bank branch located at 27-31 Hatzikyriakou Street, in Kallipolis, Piraeus. Four armed men wearing masks entered the bank...

Bloomberg Report: IMF Not Convinced Greece Can Keep Up 3.5% Surplus

The IMF is doubtful that Greece can sustain the primary surplus it achieved in 2016, nor is it convinced that the country can keep...

Bomb Explodes Outside Bank in Athens; No Injuries

An explosion occurred Wednesday night outside a bank on Santaroza Street in the center of Athens. There have been no injuries reported while minor damage...

Harvard University Report: Child Refugees in Greece Forced to Sell Sex to Fund Journey...

Many child refugees in Greece are left with no choice other than to sell sex in order to pay their way to Europe, says...

IMF Forecast: Greece’s Primary Surplus Will be Under 3.5% Goal

According to assessments made by the IMF, Greece will not achieve the financial targets set by European partners for 2018 and won't be able...

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