Greek Mayor Attacked by Mob Hailed as ‘Symbol of Democracy’

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has described Thessaloniki mayor Yiannis Boutaris -- victim of a shocking mob attack at a Pontic-Greek genocide commemoration last weekend...

What is GDPR and How it Affects Greek Businesses and Data Privacy

You may have noticed your email inbox full of messages about something called GDPR. Friday will see this General Data Protection Regulation roll out across...

Creditors Fail to Reach Deal on Greek Debt Relief

The Washington Group that convened on Thursday in Brussels failed to reach an agreement on the Greek debt relief issue and will be meeting...

Def Min: No One Knows When Jailed Greek Soldiers will be Released

Greece’s Deputy Defense Minister Fotis Kouvelis said on Thursday that no one can say with certainty when the two Greek soldiers detained in Edirne,...

UN Envoy Joins Greece, FYROM for Crunch New York Talks

Greece has called on the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to be realistic and prepared for compromises on the eve of trilateral negotiations...

Ankara Blasts Greek Court for Granting Asylum to Turkish Soldier

The Council of State, Greece's highest administrative court, on Wednesday granted irrevocable asylum to one of eight Turkish soldiers who sought refuge after the...

Opposition Parties Ask for Early Elections in Greek Parliament Plenary

New Democracy and Movement for Change called on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to call early elections, during the Greek Parliament plenary on Wednesday. The plenary...

Court Finds Three Men Guilty for Assaulting Thessaloniki Mayor

A Thessaloniki misdemeanors court, on Wednesday, found three men guilty over a mob assault against City Mayor Yiannis Boutaris, who suffered minor injuries. Two of...

Eurozone to Move on Greek Debt With or Without IMF: Reports

IMF agreement will not be necessary for a June 21 meeting of eurozone ministers to back Greek debt-repayment measures, it was claimed on Tuesday. Media...

Erdogan Blames Cypriot Government for Stalled Talks

Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blamed the Cypriot government for mothballed peace talks on the divided island. Erdogan, who was addressing a Ramadan fast-breaking...

Greece Will Not See Fiscal Gap in 2018/19, Insists Tsipras

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has reportedly told the Greek cabinet the country will hit financial targets ahead, days after international creditors agreed with Athens...

‘Rubicon’ Anarchists Vandalize Council of State Premises (video)

About 70 members of the Rubicon anarchist group stormed into the Council of State building in central Athens on Monday vandalizing the facade and...

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