S&P: Greek Default Not Inevitable

Standard and Poor΄s does not think that a Greek debt default in the near term and a breakup of the euro zone are inevitable,...

Granting of licensing to Colleges

The Ministry of Education, Anna Diamantopoulou, signed the decision for the granting of authorization to the Centres of post-secondary education, the so-called “Colleges”. According to...

PM Papandreou meets Libyan leader Kadhafi

The Libyan revolutionary leader, Mouamar Kadhafi, on Wednesday granted audience to the Greek Prime Minister, Gorges Papandreou, who arrived in the Libyan capital, Tripoli,...

Foreign model arrested, linked to international prostitution racket

A 22-year-old Hungarian model was led before a public prosecutor on Wednesday, following her arrest by the Athens police vice squad the previous day...

T.Mantelis: “I’ll Fight to Prove My Innocence”

Tasos Mantelis, the former minister who admitted that he had accepted money from Siemens while he was a member of the PASOK government, appeared...

No Railway & Underground Services on Thursday

There will be no railway services in Greece on Thursday after OSE (Hellenic Railways Organization) announced a 24-hour strike. OSE employees are protesting the...

Bloomberg: Analysts And Investors See A Greek Default

Global investors have little faith that Greece will weather through its debt crisis, with 73% calling a default by Greece likely, a poll...

Shepherds told to light up sheep for safety!

Greek shepherds should not just count on the stars, but they should also put lights around their flocks at night, a court said after...

“Renewal” Deputies Resigned from SYRIZA

Four MPs from the renewalist wing of the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) parliamentary alliance on Wednesday withdrew from the SYRIZA coalition,...

Papandreou Pays Official Visit to Libya

Prime-minister G. Papandreou, who is paying an official visit to Libya, on Wednesday, is expected to sign significant economic cooperation agreements during his meeting...

Siemens bribery case

The Parliamentary examination committee investigating the Siemens bribery scandal on Tuesday decided unanimously to write a letter to the prime minister and request that...

Greek military says Turkish fighter jets fly dangerously low over Greek frigate in Aegean

Greek officials say Turkish military jets have flown dangerously low over a Greek frigate in international waters in the eastern Aegean Sea. Navy spokesman Commander...

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