New Finnish Obstacle In Loan Package To Greece

There are new obstacles in the debate on the second bailout loan to Greece, even before it enters the final stages of preparation. Diplomatic...

Eurogroup Chief Jean-Claude Juncker Just Warned That Greek Sovereignty Will Now Be Massively Limited

Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker just gave an interview to German magazine Focus, in which he said, via Reuters: "The sovereignty of Greece will be...

Eurozone Approves Greek Loan Installment

Eurozone ministers have approved the release of urgent aid to help Greece avoid an immediate default on its debt. And a new bailout for...

Ex-Pasok Politician Lost His Sight, But Not His Courage

His “NO Vote” to the Medium Fiscal Program. “You are a tough guy” said his son when he returned from the Parliament. This is how Panagiotis Kouroublis was...

Member of Parliament Trapped and Attacked by Angry Crowd in Central Greece

5kkiEfO9rQE An angry crowd trapped a member of the parliament in Lamia, a city in central Greece. Nikos Tsionis was in the area visiting...

Allegations Investigated Regarding Overuse of Tear Gas

After the allegation of the President of the Pharmacy Association, about the way police were using tear gas during the demonstrations, the Public Prosecutor...

Greece May Be out of the Woods as Parliament Passes Second Austerity Bill

The Greek Parliament passed a second austerity bill on Thursday needed to receive crucial bailout loans to prevent defaulting on its debt. Despite violent...

No Shelter from the Chemical War in Central Athens

With the smell of tear gas still hanging strongly in the air, Syntagma Square and its surrounding streets are showing signs of having been engaged...

New Democracy Deputy Casts her Vote and Turns “Judas”

Despite a heated debate in parliament and violent demonstrations outside, the Greek parliament managed to gain the votes it needed on Wednesday to get...

Rompuy – Barroso: Austerity Measures Adoption Paves Way For Next Aid Tranche

With today΄s approval by the Greek Parliament of the revised economic programme, the country has taken an important step forward along the necessary path...

More Ugly Scenes on the Streets of Athens in a Bid to Stop Crucial...

Police cordoned off the Greek Parliament on Wednesday, June 29, so as to keep a distance between angry protesters and government ministers. A hostile mob tried to invade and stop...

Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy Programme’s Law Passed

The law outlining the Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy Programme's implementation until 2015 was passed by members of Parliament's standing committee on economic affairs on Tuesday,...

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