Serbian Foreign Minister Meets with Greek Counterpart

Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Vuk Jeremic paid a short visit to Greece on 2 December.  Jeremic met with his Greek counterpart Stavros Dimas. During...

Corruption Costing Greece $13.5 Billion Annually

ATHENS – As Greece tries to tax its way out of near-bankruptcy – along with pay and pension cuts and layoffs – a major...

Papademos: Property Tax Right Measure, But Mistakes Occurred

Property tax was rightly adopted, but mistakes were made, said Greek PM Lucas Papademos in the Parliament. In a response to communist party leader Aleka...

Another Greek Strike Draws Yawns, No Violence

ATHENS – After 18 months of protests, riots and strikes, another walk off the job by Greek workers on Dec. 1 shut down many...

IMF To Meet Monday On Greek Financing

International Monetary Fund officials will meet Monday to discuss Greece's efforts to stem its debt crisis, as concerns about the euro zone persist. Fund spokesman...

FYROM to Suggest Deadline for Solving Name Dispute Issue

According to FYROM newspapers, FYROM is going to propose a deadline for Greece to solve the name dispute between the two countries, The Balkan country's...

Unions Take to the Streets in General Strike‎

Emergency staff ran hospitals, schools closed and thousands of austerity-weary Greeks[...]

Pantelis Kapsis (Ex-newspaper Editor) Appointed Government Spokesman

Journalist Pantelis Kapsis was appointed the interim government’s spokesman and Minister of State on Tuesday. Pantelis Kapsis was a personal appointment of Prime Minister Lucas...

Pangalos Swears At Indignant Greeks in real “French” (video)

And here we are with a major political issue. “Political” in terms that here comes the Greek deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos and swears...

New Government Faces Union Action

The new government this week faces its first labour challenge with unions hitting the street against[...]

Greece Gets it Loan, but Worries Mount Faster

ATHENS – After weeks of anguish, Greeks found out that international lenders providing the country with a series of bailout loans will release a...

Greek Statistics Chief: “I’m Being Prosecuted for Not Cooking the Books”

ATHENS – Greek Statistics Chief Andreas Georgiou, an American-trained economist and former chief of numbers for the International Monetary Fund brought in last year...

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