AP Photojournalist Denounces Illegal Detention

Nikolas Giakoumidis, photojournalist for Associated Press, filed a signed complaint against the way he was treated by the police in Thessaloniki on May 21. Giakoumidis...

Ernst & Young: 69% of Greek Businesses Believe There Is Corruption in Greece

Corruption and fraud issues have not yet ceased to trouble the Greek society, despite the fact that their numbers appear to have decreased compared to...

Six Times More ‘In the Red’ Loans in the Last 5 Years

In September 2013, nearly one in three loans (31.2%) was not paid, while almost one in two borrowers (45.8%) did not pay their credit...
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The Athens Digital Arts Festival – Defining Pop in the Digital Era [video]

From May 19-22, the Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) will be holding its 12th annual event. The festival's main venue will be located at...

SAP: “We will Invest in Greece”

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras met today with co-CEO of German multinational software corporation SAP, Jim Hagemann Snabe, in the context of the government΄s efforts...

ECB Lowers Cap on Emergency Funding for Greek Banks by 2.5 Billion Euros

The European Central Bank (ECB) lowered the cap on emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) Greek banks draw from the domestic central bank by 2.5 billion...

New Democracy Reigns, DIMAR, PASOK Irrelevant

Just as PASOK Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos, who withdrew his objection to the closing of the national broadcaster ERT, is being rewarded with key...

Schäeuble Meets Greek Businessmen, Bankers

The first appearance in Greece of German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble since the country's crushing economic crisis began three years brought out all the...

One Bidder For Hellenikon, Tsipras Sounds Warning

After plans by the government to develop the former Hellenikon national airport site on Athens' coast  got only a single bidder as other companies...

European Commission Approves Greece-Azerbaijan Gas Pipeline Deal

The European Commission approved the Host Government Agreement between Greece and the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), allowing the new gas pipeline to enter Europe,...

Greek Farmers Ready to Rally Protesting Tax and Security Fund Reforms

Greek farmers and stockbreeders will demonstrate massively against the new taxes imposed on them, threatening that they may even block national highways before Christmas. The PanHellenic...

Eleven-Year-Old Sends Letter to Greek PM

Eleven-year-old Nikiforos Papadopoulos sent a letter to the Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras, concerning the closing down of the state public broadcaster, ERT. “I wrote...

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