Greek-Turkish Dogfight Over Athens FIR

According to Ethnos daily, an extreme Greek-Turkish dogfight  emerged three times yesterday afternoon over the North and Central Aegean Sea, with the Turkish pilots...

Oct. 13 is D-Day (Decision, Not Default) for Greece

ATHENS -  Greece will know on Oct. 13 whether international lenders will release an $11 billion loan installment needed to keep the country from...

Government Divided On Public-Sector Job Cuts

Greek government is divided over a controversial plan to cut tens of thousands of jobs in the public sector as it has promised the...

Papandreou Plans To Meet French President On Friday

Prime Minister George Papandreou plans to travel to Paris on Friday, after meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, to discuss the Eurozone debt crisis...

Protesters Try to Block Troika’s Return

Scores of protesters occupied Greece's finance ministry and other ministries to disrupt a visit by officials from the country's international lenders, who are expected...

Greek Prime Minister to Visit Ankara

"Georgios Papandreou plans to visit Turkey to upgrade bilateral ties in all fields", according to a statement of an official from Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s...

National Water Monitoring Network at Risk

The Government issued a decision this week concerning the creation of a national network that will monitor the quality and size of Greek water...

Syriza Reacts to Government’s Policy

SYRIZA group leader, Mr. Alexis Tsipras called yesterday PASOK’s policies “disastrous” for the Greek economy and the country as well. According to Mr. Tsipras, the...

Venizelos’ Tax Shift Causes Confusion Over Receipts

ATHENS – Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos, who has levied a series of taxes and penalties on workers, pensioners and the poor, said taxpayers will...

Merkel Says Greek Bailout Terms May be Changed

German Chancellor Angela Merkel hinted that the second Greek bailout package might have to be renegotiated amid increasing market speculation Wednesday that European leaders...

Receipts? Greek Tax Evaders Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Receipts!

As the noted American newspaperman journalist and writer Damon Runyon said: “All horse players die broke,” and to that you can add ethical people....

As Greeks Rage, Merkel Says Germany Backs a “Strong Greece”

ATHENS – As Prime Minister George Papandreou’s PASOK Socialist Members of Parliament unanimously supported an emergency property tax as part of crushing new austerity...

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