Council of State Opens Way for Erecting Mosque in Athens

The Council of State rejected an appeal of 111 residents of Votanikos area in Athens who were against the building of a Muslim mosque....

Greece Talks Trash to Garbage Collectors

ATHENS - With rubbish piling up and even blocking some streets after two weeks of a strike by rubbish collectors, public health authorities said...

Economy Minister Stathakis Says that Economic Stability Will Pave the Way for Debt Restructuring

"Today we start talks to complete the first review," Economy, Development and Tourism Minister George Stathakis said on Wednesday. Addressing a "Digital Economy Forum 2016...

IMF Chief: No Decision on Greek Debt Relief Yet

A new analysis of the sustainability of the Greek debt before the end of the year would determine whether the International Monetary Fund will...

Patras Man Goes on Hunger Strike

A foreign man living in Patras has found an unusual means of protesting for renewal of his permission to stay in the country. The...

Tsipras: Greece Feels an Obligation to Care for Refugees

Greece feels the obligation of caring for refugees arriving in the country, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said at "Religious and Cultural Pluralism and...

Syrian Man Disguised as a Woman Arrested at Athens Airport

Two Syrian men, one disguised as a woman, were arrested at El. Venizelos International Airport late on Wednesday, while trying to board a plane...

Greek President: The Crisis Will Not Defeat Us

  Confident that Greece will soon overcome the ongoing crisis and that its people are still united, appeared Greek President Karolos Papoulias from Thessaloniki where he...

Greek PM’s Plane Forced to Land

The Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras along with his associates, were expected to fly to Baku, Azerbaijan, this evening. However his plane showed mechanical...

Bruegel: Greece Will Need a New Bailout

In a recent study, the European think tank Bruegel, argues that Greece will soon have to take up a new bailout package of €40...
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Greek Prime Minister: We Fought a Hard Battle and We Won a Difficult Deal

Coming out of a long Eurozone summit, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said that Greece won a hard deal but it is one that...

Large Increase in Prices of Greek Hotels

Despite the Greek hoteliers assurances that the prices of hotel accommodation won't increase more than 3% to 5%, trivago figures show that in many...

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