Burnt Body Found on Norman Atlantic

The "Norman Atlantic" tragedy death toll has risen to 12, after Italian media reported that a charred body was found on board the ferry....

IMF: Greek Debt Is ‘Highly Unsustainable’

The International Monetary Fund urges European creditors to offer Greece substantial debt relief because the country's debt is "highly unsustainable," according to Reuters. The report...

German Playmobil Makes Greek Toy Gods for Children’s Charity

Toymaking giant Playmobil has, for the first time, created Olympian gods Zeus and Athena inspired by Greek mythology. The figures are specifically for the...

Holy Light to Arrive Saturday Afternoon in Athens

The Holy Light from the Holy Sepulchre Church of the Resurrection of Christ will arrive from Jerusalem on Saturday, in an annual Orthodox Easter...

Greece Seeks Monday Bailout Deal, EU Remains Sceptic

  Greece expressed hope it can secure its second EU/IMF bailout in as many years and a deal on easing its debt burden next week, but...

Latest MRB Poll Shows ND 12.9-Point Lead Over SYRIZA

The opposition party New Democracy (ND) has gained considerable popularity, according to the latest polls. A survey published on Wednesday by MBR showed that Greeks are in...

Greek Prosecutor Probes Medicine Shortage

Greece’s Supreme Court prosecutor Yiannis Tentes has ordered an investigation into whether pharmaceutical companies or pharmacists have deliberately created a shortage of medicines to...

Greek Banks Set to Unveil Big Losses for 2011

Greek banks will post deep losses for 2011 when they report results on Friday, with the spotlight on the scale of the capital hit...

Greek $5 Billion Bond Sale Holds Off Default – For Now

Facing a deadline this month to pay a $3.82 billion loan payment or risk defaulting, Greece has again managed to escape, by selling $5...

Angry Migrants Vandalize Facilities at Moria Camp in Lesvos (photos)

The offices of Moria refugee processing center on Lesvos suffered extensive damage on Sunday night, as a result of migrants rioting. According to reports, the migrants...

Despite Iran, Greece and Israel Get Closer

Although Greece, which gets much of its oil from Iran, is said to be in favor of lifting international sanctions, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras,...

Greek Firms Will Receive German Aid of 100 Million Euros

The Greek Finance Ministry reported on Tuesday that the German state will help small and medium-sized Greek firms secure access to funding by making available...

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