Policeman Fires in Air During Protest

On September 20, during an anti-fascist protest that took place in Dafni, a suburb of Athens, for the killing of the anti-fascist hip-hop artist,...

09/02/2012: Latest Greek Super League Results with Video

Rafik Djebbour scored in each half Sunday to lead defending champion Olympiakos to a 4-0 victory over Levadiakos in its opening home game in...

George Soros: Merkel is Worsening Europe’s Crisis

Billionaire investor George Soros called on Europe to start a fund to buy Italian and Spanish bonds, warning that a failure by leaders meeting...

A Plan To Re-Invent Greek Tourism

According to Travel Daily News, re-engineering Greek Tourism is an initiative to bring together the best practice, expertise, talent and innovations that will help...

Kouvelis Sees Lower Restaurant VAT

While Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras reportedly nixed a lower Value Added Tax (VAT,) now at 23 percent, for restaurants, one of his coalition...

Greece Wants To Question Siemens Execs

Three magistrates investigating the Siemens cash-for-contracts scandal have summoned 13 former executives of the German-based company to defend themselves on criminal charges, including the...

Mitsotakis Denies Firings By Force

The mobility scheme for public servants will proceed “even by force, if necessary," the new Administrative Reform Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis said according to the...

Greek Television License Law Will Not Be Rescinded Despite EC Concerns

State Minister Nikos Pappas said that the government's shakeup of television licenses is the correct route to follow in response to a question in...

Former Greek PM: Grexit Still Possible, Europe Won’t Back Down

"The possibility of a Grexit is still lingering. We need a Greece that is serious," said former prime minister Costas Simitis from the 2nd...

Divided Greece Torn by Hard Times, Austerity

With Greece running out of cash and time, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ shaky coalition government faces its most crucial test on Nov. 7 when...

Ancient Site of Delphi Scaling Back Access on Tuesdays Due to Staff Shortages

The archaeological site of Delphi in central Greece will remain open on Tuesdays, but on a limited scale, the ministry of Culture announced on...

Amphipolis Tomb: All Circus, No Bread at Greece’s Newly Found “Archaeological Disneyland”

It was Christmas of 1977 when Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos announced the discovery of the royal tomb of King Philip of Macedonia and father...

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