Former President of Macedonian Studies Association Passes Away

The former President of the Macedonian Studies Association and Professor Emeritus of the Law School of Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Constantine Vavouskos, passed away...

S&P:Greece Retroactive CAC Would Constitute Selective Default

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that under its ratings criteria, application of retroactive "Collective Action Clauses" (CACs) affecting the timing or amount...

Greece Must Decide: In or Out of the Eurozone

ATHENS – With international lenders continuing to withhold aid until the Greek Parliament ratifies austerity measures agreed on by the country’s shaky coalition government,...

Abbot Ephraim’s Release Petition Rejected

A court of appeals judge assigned the case of Vatopedi Monastery Abbot Ephraim, rejected a petition on Thursday filed by the defendant requesting to...

Greek Ministers Resign

Ministers from a far-right party in Greece's coalition government have offered their resignation to Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, the Athens News Agency said on...

Canadian Firm Interested in Searching for Gold in Village Near Paphos

Canadian Northern Lion Gold Corp. is awaiting the corresponding approval by the Vancouver Stock Exchange to proceed with signing a six months agreement with...

Police Fire Teargas at Protesters in Athens

Greek riot police have fired tear gas at hundreds of anti–austerity protesters who tried to break a cordon outside Parliament. No arrests or injuries were...

Wolfgang Schaeuble Told MPs Greek Plan Short of Target

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told conservative lawmakers on Friday that existing Greek reform pledges would not bring its debt down to levels that...

Samaras on Bailout Deal: Elections Are Now Imperative

New Democracy party leader Antonis Samaras emphasised on Thursday evening that "the country never had a greater need for elections than it has today." Speaking...

Greek Pensions Saved But Minimum Wage, Health and Defense Hit Hard

ATHENS - After divisive talks, Greece’s coalition government has agreed on a plan to make more deep spending cuts to stave off default, but...

Euro Ministers Cautious on Greek Bailout Deal

The chairman of the meeting of eurozone finance ministers says Greece has to identify an extra €325 million in savings for 2012 in order...

Greek Debt Deal Dominates International Headlines

Greece dominated international headlines on Thursday, as political leaders (finally) reached an agreement on even more brutal austerity measures. Financial Times and Marketwatch were among...

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