Poll: More than 4 in 10 Greeks are Undecided or Abstain from Next Ballot

A new opinion poll in Greece shows that four in ten citizens (41.7 percent) are undecided on who they would vote for, abstain from...

Parliamentary Committee Drops Investigation on Novartis Case

The parliamentary committee that was to investigate charges that 10 politicians of previous administrations had been bribed by Novartis pharmaceuticals decided on Tuesday that...

Greece, Turkey ‘at the Brink’, Claims Analyst

Greece and Turkey are "at the brink" of serious conflict and the U.S. -- a traditional mediator -- is "nowhere to be found". This is...

EU Recommends Membership Talks for FYROM

Despite faltering progress between Athens and Skopje over the name dispute, the European Commission on Tuesday was reported to be recommending EU membership talks...

Europe Focused on Greek Soldiers’ Detention in Turkey

European lawmakers are voting on a resolution calling for the Turkish authorities to "swiftly conclude the judicial process and release" the two Greek soldiers...

Turkey Disputes Sovereignty of 152 Greek Islets

Ankara has issued a list of 152 Greek islets, disputing their sovereignty and the international treaties that have established the status quo in the...

Tsipras: Greece Does Not Threaten Nor is Scared

Greek premier Alexis Tsipras sent a message of peaceful coexistence and cooperation to Turkey from the Greek island of Kastellorizo, a stone's throw from...

Cyprus Leaders in ‘Frank and Open Exchange of Views’

The leaders of Cyprus' two communities, President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot Mustafa Akinci, had a "frank and open exchange of views" during a...

Skopje PM Dismisses More ‘Macedonia’ Talks with Greek Premier

Talks between the Greek and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) foreign ministers over the naming issue have failed to produce the results necessary to justify a...

Analysts Concerned About ‘Accidental’ Clash Between Greece, Turkey

The purging of experienced officers from the Turkish military and a declining lack of influence over Ankara from the U.S., EU and NATO make...

German Finance Minister: Greek Debt Relief Must be Tied to Growth Plan

Any debt-relief measures for Greece will be discussed only after Athens presents a credible program that focuses on growth, German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has...

Zaev Rejects Greek Calls That New ‘Macedonia’ Name be Used at Home

A new name for Skopje that would also be used inside the former Yugoslav republic has been ruled out by the country's premier, Zoran...

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