Finance Minister Admits that Syriza Is Not a Government for All Greeks

On Tuesday night, Greece's Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos essentially admitted that his government failed to deal with critical economic issues and as a result...

Parliament Agrees to Form Special House Committee to Investigate Yiannos Papantoniou

Convicted for attempting to hide some 1.3 million euros from Greek authorities, Yiannos Papantoniou and his wife Stavroula Kourakou are about to undergo another...

Greece Reaches Agreement With Creditors to Close Bailout Program Evaluation

An agreement with between Greece and international creditors has finally been reached on the issues of labor reforms, spending cuts and energy issues, moving...

Former PM Simitis: Elections the Only Solution for Greece

Former Greek prime minister Costas Simitis said on Tuesday that the only solution for Greece's problems in the current state of things is early...

German Newspaper: Schaeuble Says ‘No’ to Freezing of Interest Rates for Greece

Germany says 'No' to freezing of interest rates for the Greek debt until 2040 because that would cost creditors 120 billion euros, according to...

Government Official Expresses Optimism SLA Could be Clinched by April 7

A government official expressed optimism on Monday that a staff-level agreement between Greece and its creditors could be achieved by April 7 (Friday), adding...

Power Workers Threaten With Blackouts Over Impending Privatization of PPC

Public Power Corporation (PPC) worker unions are to meet on Thursday and Friday to discuss their reaction to the impending privatization of part of...

U.S. State Department: Greece and Turkey Must Find Way to Ease Tension

Greece and Turkey have to find ways to de-escalate tension between them, said a State Department official on the occasion of the one-day visit...

Mikis Theodorakis: ‘In Tough Times, Greeks Become Heroes or Slaves’

"During tough times, a Greek can become a hero or a slave," said legendary Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis in an interview published in Proto...

Greek Government Keeps Silent About Progress of Negotiations

The Greek government has agreed on a confidentiality clause with creditors regarding negotiations over the bailout program review, a Real.gr report says. According to...

EU’s Juncker: Eurozone Lenders and Greece Should Achieve Technical Deal by April 7

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday that eurozone lenders and Greece should reach a technical deal before a meeting of eurozone finance...

PM Tsipras Asks Juncker if the ‘European Acquis’ Applies to Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday sent a letter to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker asking if the European acquis communautaire applies to all...

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