Germans’ Demand for Holidays in Greece at Its Peak

The demand for holidays in Greece is at its peak, Deutsche Welle said citing the largest German tourist agencies. More specifically, DER Touristik said...

Checks on Fuel Stations Stop as Greek State Abolishes Bonuses to Inspectors

Despite the fact that the Greek government had announced that 1 billion euros will be collected from tackling tax evasion in the fuel market,...

Greece Cancels Existing IMF Bailout Program

Greek government sources and the International Monetary Fund itself confirmed today that the bailout program agreed in 2012 has been cancelled at the request...

Amnesty Blasts Doctored Terror Suspect Pics

As Greek authorities promised to review whether four bank robbery and terrorist suspects were beaten by police while in custody, the human rights group...

Arrival of The Holy Cross in Thessaloniki

Many churchgoers gathered today at the Holy Church of Transfiguration in Thessaloniki where the Holy Cross was honored and displayed for worship.  The Holy...

Greek and German Ministers: EU-Turkey Deal on Migration Must be Respected and Intensified

The EU-Turkey deal on migration must be respected and the relocation and resettlement procedure must be intensified, Alternate Minister for Migration Policy Yiannis Mouzalas...

EC President Juncker: Greece Must Show 1% Primary Surplus, No Extension Deal

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker explained to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras what needs to be done urgently in order for Greece to avoid...

Government & Church Clash on EU-IMF Memo

Greece's socialist government, led by Giorgios Papandreou, has clashed with the Greek Orthodox Church after strong clerical criticism of  the ruling class.  The ruling...

Turks Dominate Eastern Aegean Transportation Market

Turkish businessmen have taken the lead in controlling the maritime transportation of eastern Aegean tourists, threatening the financial survival of Greek shipowners operating in...

No Power Cut-Offs for Property Tax Bill Non-Payments

After growing outrage at a so-called “emergency” property tax that was put into electric bills under the threat of having power turned off, wages garnished or properties seized for non-payment, the[...]

Finance Minister of Cyprus Resigns Over Financial Crisis

Michalis Sarris, the Cypriot Finance Minister, has resigned on Tuesday. Only three weeks into the job and taking the blame for failing to stand up...

Second Chance to “Eternal” Greek University Students

Education Minister Andreas Loverdos announced the permanent deletion of about 118,000 “eternal” students from Greek universities on August 31. The issue of the Greek eternal...

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