Eurogroup President: Grexit Not An Option

His expectation that a deal will soon be reached between Athens and its creditors expressed Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem earlier today. As he explained, Greece's presence...

Greek Deputy Defense Minister Calls for Immediate End of Violence in Ukraine

Greek Deputy Defense Minister Kostas Isichos called for an immediate end to the “continuously escalating violence” in Ukraine, announcing that there are plans for...

After Yogurt, Bottles, and Stones, Greeks Add Eggs to Protest Arsenal

After picketing their homes, jeering them, pelting them with yogurt, throwing bottles and stones at them, Greek citizens have taken to venting their frustration...

Bruguel Institute: Greece Will Need a Fourth Bailout in 2018

Greece most likely will not be able to borrow from international markets in 2018 and will need a fourth bailout, argues Bruegel Institute economist...

Juncker Calls For European Solidarity, Claims Greek Issue Brought EU to the Edge

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is looking for a change in the European Union member-state's approach to the challenges the union faces. In an article...

Alleged Military Operation in Kilkis Goes after Greek Citizens

A peculiar incident occurred a few days ago in the area of Kilkis, which is now making the Greek Defense Ministry look for excuses. During...

Kasidiaris Says Holocaust Fiction

The spokesman and a Member of Parliament for the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party, Ilias Kasidiaris, whipped up controversy while addressing the body after he...

There Are 567,000 Public Sector Employees in Greece

The Greek Civil Servants' Confederation (ADEDY) on Tuesday released data on the number of public sector employees who now amount to 567,000. ADEDY announced the...

European Commission Warns that Bailout Progress Report Must Precede Euroworking Group

European Commission spokesperson Mina Andreeva declared on Friday that a EuroWorking Group must convene early next week to green-light the disbursement of the two...

Greek Gov’t to Propose Tax Hikes, High Pension Cuts to Lenders

The Greek government is ready to propose tax hikes and high pension cuts to lenders as part of reforms in order to unlock liquidity...

Longer Military Service is Back on the Table

Talking today on NET, Mr. Beglitis said that the country’s professional army system is currently facing serious problems and shortages, both in manpower and...

German Magazine Reports on European Officials Trying to Lure IMF into Greek Bailout

German newspaper Der Spiegel reports that European leaders are trying to persuade the International Monetary Fund to participate in the new Greek bailout by considering a new...

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