Death Toll in Greek Floods Rises to 21

Emergency services recovered one more body in Mandra, Attica bringing the death toll from the floods of last Wednesday to 21. The body of a...

Greek Parliament Approves Bill on Social Dividend, Aid to Flood Victims

The Greek parliament approved with a large majority on Monday a government draft bill on the financial aid the government will distribute to low-income...

Class-oriented Policies and Shameless Populism in the Greek Spin

The recent government decision to use its primary budget surplus in order to distribute a “social dividend” comes with yet another class-oriented policy spin....

Government Policy to Overshoot Primary Budget Surpluses

The Greek government expects to overshoot its budget surplus targets for a third consecutive year in 2018, a senior government official said on Monday,...

Atlantic Council Report: Russia Uses Greece as a Trojan Horse

Greece is one of Russia's 'Trojan Horses' to enter and influence Europe and its policies, says a new report from the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia...

Registered Unemployment up by 3% in October

Registered unemployment grew 3.07% in October from September; totaling 824,517 people, the Workforce Employment Organisation (OAED) announced on Monday. In its monthly report, OAED said...

EU Commission Orders Greece to Recover €55 Million in Defence Aid

The European Commission ordered Greece on Monday to recover up to 55 million euros in state aid from Hellenic Defence Systems (HDS), a largely...

Greek Doctors Up in Arms with Short Film against Sexual Harassment

The Medical Association of Athens condemned a short film aiming to highlight the problem of sexual harassment as "slanderous and dangerous". The film by the...

Woman Injured in 17 November Riots Remains in Critical Condition

A 55-year-old woman who was injured during the riots at Exarchia in Athens last Friday remains in critical but stable condition at Evangelismos hospital. Lawyer...

Archaeologists Search for Ancient Theatre of Amphipolis, Northern Macedonia, Greece

Archaeologists will now search for the ancient theatre of Amphipolis, after the Ministry of Culture, the Central Macedonia Region and the municipality of Amphipolis signed...

Riot Breaks Out in Migrant Camp on Lesvos Island

  Greek Police were called in the early hours of Monday morning, to quell a riot that broke out at the Moria refugee processing center...

Greek PM Aide Karanikas Attacks Critic on Facebook

An advisor to Greek PM Alexis Tsipras launched an unprecedented verbal attack on a woman who dared to criticize him on Facebook. In a shocking...

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