Piraeus Bank Sues Reuters News Agency Over Published Article

On April 2, Reuters news agency published an article about "strange" property deals between the Greek Piraeus Bank and its Chairman family members. But Piraeus...

No Vote: Greeks Abroad Left Out in the Cold Again

ATHENS – It’s not easy voting in Greek elections, even if you live here. But it’s impossible for Greeks living abroad who have no...

Young Farmers Union of Imathia: ‘Greeks Are Not Willing to Work in Agriculture’

The Union of Young Farmers of Imathia prefecture called on workers to harvest peaches in the region, but only 19 Greeks responded, just as Greek officials...

Prices for Luxury Properties in Athens Are Falling

The prices of the most expensive properties in the Greek capital, which perhaps could once only be topped by those of Monaco, Moscow and...

Health Minister: Expose the Men Who Had Sex With HIV Infected Prostitutes

Athens is dealing with an HIV epidemic sweeping the streets of the town’s historic center, while the rest of Greece is dumbfounded by the...

S&P Raises Greece’s Rating Out of Default

Standard & Poor's raised Greece's credit rating out of default territory on Wednesday, as expected after Athens slashed its debt by about a third...

New Parties Wage Internet Campaign to Prove A Point

ATHENS – While Greece’s mainstream politicians, afraid of being harangued and flush with $40 million in taxpayer cash for campaign expenditures, have mostly remained...

Greek Economy Still Floundering, But Out Of Default

ATHENS – Greece may still be broke, but it’s not in technical default anymore. The ratings agency Standard & Poor’s raised the country’s credit...

‘I Can Do It Without the Eurο’: A Guide Through the Crisis

The new book by Greek columnist Andreas Roumeliotis is out on the shelves of bookstores across Greece through Ianos Publishing House. Entitled “I Can...

A Porn Star Wants To Save Greece

"Maybe I will vote for Julia," says Mr. Antonis, a 55-year-old plumber from Pireus. "I don’t know. At least she works, unlike the three...

George Papandreou: ‘Greece Was a Lab Rat, an Experiment’

George Papandreou stepped down as prime minister of Greece in November, and then in March as leader of PASOK, the Socialist party his father...

Memorial Service For Rebel Fighter Alexandros Panagoulis

A memorial ceremony was held on May 1 for freedom fighter Alexandros Panagoulis, 36 years after his death. Many friends and relatives gathered at the...

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