Papandreou Defends New Toll Fines

The government is aware of the injustices created by the concession contracts for the construction of new national highways.  The government is now examining...

IKA Doctors End Strike on Monday

Doctors at IKA-ETAM, Greece's largest social security fund representing the vast majority of wage earners and pensioners, announced that they will suspend their strike...

Frontex Remains at Greek-Turkish Border

Frontex, the European Union's external borders agency, looks set to give the green light for its team of guards to remain on Greece's northeastern...

Greece to Auction 13 Week Treasury Bills on February 15th

The Greek Public Debt Management Agency said on Friday that Greece will auction 13-week treasury bills on February 15th. The amount to be auctioned is...

Greece Gets EUR15bn Aid, Must Implement EUR50bn Privatization Program

EU/IMF/ECB officials pinpointed both progress and delay in the implementing of the fiscal program that Greece follows, while they said that the country must...

Nine More H1N1 Greek Victims Die Over Last 48 Hours

Nine people died due to the influenza H1N1.  This increases the number of fatalities in Greece  to forty-five.  Nineteen new cases were reported today. ...

NEL Lines Joins Forces with Turkish Company

Turkish company Rhea Venture Capital Investment Trust Inc. and Greek NEL Lines joined forces with hopes to acquire The Istanbul Fast Ferries Co. Inc.,...

Alleged Military Operation in Kilkis Goes after Greek Citizens

A peculiar incident occurred a few days ago in the area of Kilkis, which is now making the Greek Defense Ministry look for excuses. During...

Eurovision 2011 Songs for Greece (Video)

ERT, the Greek broadcaster, will be airing today one minute snippets of the...

‘Zorba’ Composer Declares Himself an Anti-Semite

Mikis Theodorakis, the Greek composer who wrote the music for the film "Zorba the Greek," said in a television interview that he is an...

Jan 2011 Consumer Price Index Increased By 5.2% On Year

The Hellenic Statistical Authority announces on Thursday that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in January 2011 compared with January 2010, increased by 5.2%, while...

Greek Unemployment Rate Rises To 13.9% In November

Greece΄s unemployment rate continued to rise in November last year, reaching 13.9%, sharply higher than the 10.6% rate in the corresponding month of 2009,...

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