Thousands Rally against Pension Reform in Athens

Two Greek labor unions representing more than 2.5 million workers staged a protest in central Athens Saturday against a planned pension system reform. Soaked in...

Athina Onassis Competes for Greece with an Australian Horse for Olympics 2012

The granddaughter of Aristotle Onassis, Athina, bought one of the best horses in Australia, according to a publication of the Australian newspaper front page...

Further Reductions in Salaries and Pensions

New additional measures are expected to be announced by the Greek government next November, as long as there are discrepancies in the project signed...

15 MP’s of PASOK Go Against The Minister of Labor

15 MP’s of PASOK are drawing the ‘red line’ with a question towards the Minister of Labor, Mr. Loverdo, regarding the Insurance Bill. “According...

World Naked Bike Ride in Greece

Up to a thousand, mostly semi-naked cyclists took to the streets in the city of Thessaloniki Greece, as part of the "World Naked Bike...

June 5, World Environment Day 2010

World Environment Day (WED), celebrated annually on June 5, is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations [...]

Greek nightclub death trial adjourned

A student due to stand trial for causing the death of a British teenager in a Greek nightclub has been granted bail, a human...

Lacklustre privatization plan announced by government

The government has announced a privatization plan lacking in ambition, signalling its intent to avoid structural change. This will hamper the supply side of...

Papandreou: «Τhey will chase all of us away with stones…»

Greek politicians risk a major public backlash if they fail once more to crack down on corruption, Prime Minister George Papandreou told lawmakers on...

Stocks plunge to 2010 lows

Stocks plunged during the last trading session of the week at the Athens Stock Exchange, hit by a worries over debt problems in the...

Roubini: Greece Has To “Orderly” Restructure Its Debt – Krugman Says 50% Chance...

Greece should restructure its public debt “in an orderly way” in the coming 6 to 12 months, New York University professor Nouriel Roubini (photo)...

Greeks are flocking across the northern border to find less expensive dental care.

The long political dispute between the governments of two countries over the use of the name Macedonia has not stopped thousands of Greeks from...

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