Troika Sees Small Progress, Big Gaps

Greece is making achingly slow progress with fiscal and structural reforms but woefully behind in other key areas and is facing a funding gap...

Industrialist Calls for Unity Among Political Leaders

The head of Greece's industrialists' association Thursday called on the country's political parties to quit bickering and press ahead with economic reforms needed to...

Gazprom Among Nonbinding Bidders for Greece΄s DEPA/Desfa

Greece΄s privatization agency said Tuesday that five companies or consortiums have made nonbinding offers for Greek state-owned natural gas company DEPA/Desfa, which is being...

‘Men’s Only’ Christmas Church Mass in Crete

The established ritual of church mass only for men, which occurs twice a year for the past 14 years in Anogia-Crete, in the Agios...

Turkish Tourists Cruise Greek Islands

According to e turbonews, Turkish tourists are flooding the Greek islands traveling by cruise ships, since Greece this year is one of the countries...

Greek Opposition Parties Slam Govt Ahead of Referendum

In a televised message on Friday, "To Potami" leader Stavros Theodorakis called for a unity government after Sunday’s referendum in order to avoid elections. “Our proposal for...

Mitsotakis Tells Tusk Greece Needs a Government that Believes in European Vision

Greece needs a reliable government that will believe in the European vision, New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis told the President of the European Council...

Papandreou Danced Zeibekiko on New Year’s Eve (Video)

George Papandreou changed the year in a Greek traditional restaurant in the northern suburbs of Athens. He surprised everyone when he asked the band...

EU Official: Greece to Become Refugee Camp if EU Fails on Deal With Turkey

Failure to agree on a deal with Turkey at Thursday's summit on migration will condemn Greece to becoming the refugee camp of Europe, European...

German FinMin: Only Reforms can Keep Greece in Euro Zone

"The implementation of tough measures is the only way, since Greece decided to remain in the euro zone," said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble. Schaeuble...

Greek Government Faces Two Fronts on Pension Reform Issue

The government of Alexis Tsipras has to fight on two fronts on the security funds issue: surging social reactions within Greece and the international...

Greek Tax Inspectors Find 210 Violations in 10 Days, Shoppers Checked for Receipts

In an effort to crack down on tax evasion during the high tourist season, Greek tax officials carried out 568 checks in Piraeus, the Cyclades...

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