No Trains on Monday Due to Labor Day Strike Action

There will be no trains running on the Labor Day holiday on May 1, including on the Proastiakos suburban railway line, following a decision...

Trade Unions Announced 24-Hour General Strike on May 17

The General Confederation of Employees of Greece (GSEE) and the civil servants' union federation ADEDY -- between them representing the majority of Greece's unionized...

More than One in Three Greeks at Risk of Poverty

More than one in three Greeks is at risk of poverty and isolation, while the country shows the highest unemployment rate in the EU,...

Ex-Defense Minister Tsochatzopoulos Raises €200,000 Bail for Early Release From Prison

On Wednesday ex-defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos' request for his bail to be lowered for his early release from prison was denied, however, the 77-year-old...

ND Leader Mitsotakis: We are Determined to Protect the Institutions

Main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis had a meeting on Thursday with the president of the Greek Parliament Nikos Voutsis. The leader of...

Dijsselbloem: Agreement on Final Package to be Reached Soon

"I hope the procedures to have been completed before the end of May," said Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem addressing on Thursday the European Parliament...

Thirteen Refugees Detained in Mykonos

The Greek coast guard detained 13 refugees in Mykonos on Wednesday after they were located walking at the area near Merchia, a village at...

Moscovici: Greece Has Implemented Reforms in Three Years Which Should Have Been Made Over...

Greece has implemented in the last three years structural reforms that should have been implemented in the last 15 years, EU Commissioner for Economic...

Turkey to Conduct Research in Greek and Cypriot Waters

Turkey has issued a NAVTEX to conduct a Search and Rescue operation in an extensive area in the Central and Eastern Aegean Sea starting today...

Frontex Chief Meets With Top Greek Officials on Migrant Smuggling

Frontex chief Fabrice Leggeri is meeting today (Thursday) with top Greek officials to discuss the issue of migrant smuggling in the Aegean. Leggeri is meeting...

Free Public Education Costs Greek Parents €3.7Bln Each Year

Private tutoring, foreign languages, computer lessons and private schools cost Greek parents 3.7 billion each year while at the same time the State spends...

Wage Costs in Greece’s Public Sector Increase While Shrinking in Private Sector

Wage costs in Greece's public sector increased in 2016, while at the same time private sector employee costs shrank, according to Eurostat. The European Union...

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