More Attacks by Anarchists on Riot Police in Exarchia

More attacks by self-styled anarchists on riot police in the Athens district of Exarchia took place late Saturday and early Sunday morning, authorities have...

Greek Taxpayers Face New Levy Rules

  Out of sheer desperation for cash, but also as a display of its determination to go after tax debtors, the Greek Finance Ministry is...

Fires and Clashes with Police Mark Anniversary of Grigoropoulos Murder (video)

The seventh anniversary of the murder of 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos by a policeman was marked with fires and clashes with the police in Athens. The...

29 Greeks Lost their Lives in Traffic Accidents Over the Festive Season

According to data published by the Greek police, 29 people died on Greek roads between December 22 and January 7. The casualties were recorded in...

Greek Exports to Qatar Totaled 41.7 Million Euros in 2016

Greek exports to Qatar totaled 41.7 million euros in 2016, while imports to Greece amounted to 45 million euros, the Panhellenic Federation of Exporters...

New Evidence: Santorini Caldera Created From ‘Pyroclastic Flows’

Scientists presented their study on the different stages in the creation of the caldera and came to the conclusion that the catastrophic tsunami that...

Eurogroup Chief Confirms Greece Has Met Prior Actions for Loan Tranche

Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem confirmed that Greece has met all the prior actions that will allow the disbursement of a 7.5 billion euro loan...

Neolithic Woman’s Reconstructed Face to be Revealed in Athens on Jan. 19

The reconstructed face of a woman who lived around 7000 BC will be revealed at the Acropolis Museum on January 19. "Avgi" is the newest...

Greek Government to Accelerate Procedures for Bank Recapitalization

The Greek government is determined to accelerate procedures towards bank recapitalization and ensure that problems which appeared during similar procedures in the past will...

U.S. Treasury’s Lew Urges Europe to Provide Debt Relief to Greece

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew spoke with Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem by telephone on Friday and urged the European Commission to provide meaningful debt...

Greece’s Dysfunctional Import and Export System Spends Millions to Import Goods the Country Already...

There are staggering new figures that showcase Greece's dysfunctional Import and Export system. Greece has an ideal climate and geography to grow and harvest an ample variety of...

Germany and IMF Pile Pressure on Greece to Adopt Tougher Pension Rules

Germany and the IMF appear to be unhappy with the Greek government’s pension reform plan, but details are still fuzzy. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras...

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