Mantelis Admits Siemens Bribery

Socialist deputy and former Transport Minister Anastasios Mantelis, admitted on Wednesday his involvement in the Siemens case after being pointed out by a relative...

Frog Horde Closes Egnatia Highway

Traffic was paralysed along a highway in northern Greece for several hours Wednesday after thousands of frogs suddenly jumped onto the road, startling drivers. Drivers...

Recognition of college graduates’ professional rights

A presidential decree incorporating into the Greek law Directive 2005/36/EC, which obliges Greece to recognise the professional rights of European affiliated college graduates, was...

High Interest from Cosco to Invest in Greece

Executive director, Mr. Xristos Aleksakis, of Invest in Greece met with the President and CEO of the Chinese Group Cosco, Captain Wei Jiafu, who...

Air Force chief of Greece is To Attend NATO SEAC Conference

Chief of the Air Force General Staff (GEA) Lt. Gen. Vassilios Klokozas, will attend the annual NATO Southern Europe Air Chiefs Conference (SEACC) that...

George Papandreou “We are not going to take even one step back” on ‘Kallikratis’

Last night, in the Parliament chambers the PM stated that “We are not going to take even one step back.” During lasts night conversation...

Greek Prime Minister Talks to Al Jazeera

Prime Minister, George Papandreou, states in an interview with Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips in Athens, that the measures taken are painful but necessary. George Papandreou,...

Greek ministry cracks down on tax evasion by staff

The Finance Ministry has decided to replace a large number of DOY directors and carry out inspections of source of income in cases of...

Crucial Day for Developments in Batopedi Case

Significant developments in the Batopedi case are expected during today's session of Parliament Inquiry Committee following the statement of Stamatina Mantelis, director of Agriculture...

Greece Turns Eye to Tax Evaders

‘The Los Angeles Times’ wrote very recently reporting from Athens about the situation concerning the hunting down of tax evaders and how people feel...

Greek Orthodox Church deacon arrrested for ‘trafficking human bones’

Police in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki say they have arrested a Swiss national and a Greek Orthodox deacon for trafficking in what...

Greek tax office turns on footballers, lawyers

Greek authorities tracking down tax cheats have turned their attentions on high-earning footballers, lawyers and artists, an official said Sunday, as the country works...

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