The 10 Most Spectacular Lies and Backflips in Greek Politics in 2015

The year we're saying goodbye to started with turmoil in Greek politics. The New Democracy-PASOK coalition government was buckling under heavy pressure from the...

Greece’s 50 First Days Under the New Government Through Numbers and Figures

It has been 50 days since the second SYRIZA-ANEL coalition Greek government was sworn into power on September 23, 2015. Less than a month and...

Greek Islands: The Best Places to Buy or Build

Greece and its islands have been worldwide described as the best place to buy or build a dream house, where the worries of everyday...

Greek Unemployment Soars to 24.4% As Unrest Grows

As Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition government is set to unleash more pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions on beleaguered Greeks, there...
Greek tourism change of nationalities

Once-Familiar Faces of Tourists to Greece are Changing

The debt crisis has had its toll on most everything and everyone connected to Greece. Many Greeks are suffering through harsh financial times that...
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris about the Hellenic Initiative

Founding Member Andrew Liveris Explains “The Hellenic Initiative” (Video)

Dow Chemical CEO, President and Chairman, Andrew Liveris, talks exclusively to Greek Reporter about "The Hellenic Initiative," a global non-profit, non-governmental initiative which aims to...

Samaras Names Yiannis Stournaras as New Finance Minister

ATHENS - Moving fast to avoid a further crisis of confidence in his already shaky tri-partite coalition government, Greece's new Prime Minister Antonis Samaras...

Greeks & Diaspora Bond Holders Will Take Big Losses Too

ATHENS  - Greeks and those in the Diaspora who bought Greek bonds to support Greece during its economic crisis will not be exempt from...

Second Greek Bailout: Almost Done!

Eurozone finance ministers are leaning towards approving the new $171-billion bailout for Greece. The second bailout for debt-laden country would resolve Athens' immediate repayment...

Greek Lawmakers Vote Austerity as Athens Burns

ATHENS – While anarchists warred on the streets with riot police and 40 fires lit up banks, cinemas, and businesses, the Greek Parliament approved...

Greece Debt Reduction Deal Nears, but Second Needed

ATHENS – Just as Greece is seeking a second bailout to keep its economy from failing and defaulting on its loans under the weight...

German Professor To Spiegel: “If Greek Mood Turns, Issue of Old WWII Reparations Could...

German Professor of Economic History at the London School of Economics Albrecht Ritschl gave an interview to German Spiegel explaining why the Greek debt...

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