Greece’s Main Trade Union Criticises Government’s ‘Hostile Attitude’ Towards Investments

On Monday, Greece's main private sector union GSEE, said that it "strongly disagrees" with the decision by Canadian miner Eldorado to halt all investment...

Greek Economy Still Floundering, But Out Of Default

ATHENS – Greece may still be broke, but it’s not in technical default anymore. The ratings agency Standard & Poor’s raised the country’s credit...

Greek-Cypriot Authorities on Alert for Six Suspected Jihadists

Six people with French passports were interrogated by Cypriot police, since they were suspected to be involved with extreme Islamic organizations. The six men...

Protest in Athens Against US President Trump

Athenians along with a delegation of refugees protested on Saturday at Syntagma square against the new US President Donald Trump shouting slogans "no to the...

Greek Exports Increase as Euro Drops

Greek exports, excluding fuel products, increased by 280.4 million euros in March, recording a 20.7 percent rise compared to 2014, while the first quarter...

Man Arrested for Possession and Transportation of Rare Antiquities

A 46-year-old man was arrested in the area of Alimos, an Athens suburb, on Tuesday for illegal possession and transportation of antiquities of very...

Santorini’s Prehistoric Akrotiri Harbor Studied

Research that began earlier this year is still underway at the lost port of Akrotiri on Santorini island. Akrotiri is the name of the...

U.S. Treasury Sec: Greece Must Make Tough Decisions to Reach Deal

The Greek government must make tough fiscal decisions to reach an agreement with international creditors, or it risks catastrophic consequences for its economy and...

Success of Greek Program Jeopardized Due to Delays in Evaluation

The success of Greece’s economic reform program is in jeopardy due to the delays in its first review, for which the International Monetary Fund...

Significant Progress on Income Tax and Pension Reforms, IMF and Eurogoup Say

"The mission has been productive. Significant progress has been made on the income tax reform," according to the respective announcements of IMF and Eurogroup. "The...

Athens Public Transport to Issue Smart Cards

In 2016 commuters in Athens will be able to use smart cards in order to move around the city using public transport after a...

Greece Offers One Million Euros for Gaza’s Reconstruction

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos announced on Monday that Greece will offer one million euros for the reconstruction of Gaza. Speaking at the International...

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