PASOK Requests Criminal Charges Against Tsohatzopoulos

Greek lawmakers asked for the prosecution of a former socialist defense minister on charges of bribery and money laundering in connection with a submarine...

Germany Awaits Troika Report Before Deciding On Greece

Germany hasn’t decide on fresh aid for Greece until a review of the current rescue program from the European Commission, the European Central Bank...

500,000 People Protest Against Greek Austerity

100.000 of Greeks protested outside parliament on Sunday[...]

Greek Workers in New Protest Against Cuts (video)

Hundreds of people from Greece's two main private and public sector unions protested in central Athens Saturday to condemn the government's new bailout deal...

Greece Wins Last-Minute Fresh Aid Pledges

Drowning in debt, Greece won the pledge of a new bailout on top of a July cashflow fix, but only after surrendering some of...

Foreign Ministry’s Stance on New Albanian Certificates

The removal of a holder's ethnic origin from new certificates issued by Albania was a decision that raised questions regarding its motives, Greek Foreign...

16 PASOK Leaders Send Letter to Papandreou

Prime Minister George Papandreou received a letter from sixteen members of the parliament, who demand that the new set of measures that Greece will...

‘Greek Cypriots Should not Get EU Presidency’

Cyprus' EU presidency, slated for July 2012, could be withheld if a solution to the Cyprus problem is not on the cards by the...

Juncker: Expects New Aid Package For Greece By End Of June

Greece is likely to receive a new financial aid package by the end of June, as long as it can demonstrate its ability to...

Papandreou Meets with Eurogroup President for Crucial Meetings, Luxembourg

Tomorrow, Greece's Prime Minister George Papandreou will take part in a crucial meeting in Luxembourg with Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker.  Delegates will table new...

Deputy Minister: Public Organizations Mergers In October

A year and a half after the first announcement of shutdowns and mergers of public organizations, Greek Deputy Minister Theodoros Pangalos said on Wednesday...

Police Mobilized by Syntagma Square’s Peaceful Protestors

A strong police contingent was mobilized late Tuesday night to enable Greek MPs and Parliament employees to leave the Parliament building.  It was blocked...

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