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Greek Main opposition leader accused former Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday of behaving in an authoritarian way by not allowing people enough...

Greek Economy Minister Giorgos Stathakis said on Wednesday steps are taken to ease bank restrictions and normalize imports and exports, adding that capital controls...

A group of 27 Chinese journalists from XINHUA news agency are on an expedition with final destination Athens, Greece, within the framework of "Chinese...

Fifty-three members of SYRIZA's Central Committee, most of them affiliated with Panagiotis Lafazanis' Left Platform, resigned on Wednesday. In a letter, they stressed that...

Greek main opposition New Democracy leader Evangelos Meimarakis called for a meeting of political leaders after the completion of the exploratory process, following a meeting...

SYRIZA's election goal is a clear four-year mandate, Greek Prime Minister and party leader Alexis Tsipras said, according to sources, at the political secretariat's...

AEK Athens marked their return to the Greek Superleague with an opening day 3-0 win over Platanias (video) in the Olympic Stadium In other action: Panthrakikos...

Cypriot Presidential Commissioner for Humanitarian Issues Photis Photiou has expressed his optimism on Friday that ongoing work will soon unveil a Greek military plane that was...

Greek Parliament President Zoi Konstantopoulou has been described as “pathetic and provocative” and the government spokeswoman on Friday, said that the government is in...

Greek Government spokeswoman slammed the main opposition (New Democracy) on Friday for using the refugee crisis to steal votes from Golden Dawn. “New Democracy either...

A real revolution means opening paths even when they don’t exist, outgoing Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told SYRIZA’s political secretariat during a meeting. Tsiras...

Europeans have offered a mixed reaction to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' resignation and call for new elections. Some analysts and politicians are cautiously...