World Bank Calls on Greece to Cut Benefits, Tax Breaks

The World Bank has suggested that Greece cut a number of benefits and tax breaks in order to reform its welfare system, a Kathimerini...

New Democracy Chief’s Speech in Thessaloniki Had Several Grey Points

You cannot accuse New Democracy chief Kyriakos Mitsotakis for blatant populism. Since he became the leader of the conservative party, he knew that he...

For Fifth Night in a Row Riot Police Come Under Attack in Athens

On Wednesday evening for the fifth night in a row riot police at various stations in the center of Athens in the district of...

Greeks Vent Anger by Paying to Smash Things (video)

Greeks can now pay 5 to 100 euros to vent their anger and frustration by smashing things in the first anger room that opened...

Chios Mayor Threatens to Sue Greek Government Over Mismanagement of Refugee Center

Chios Mayor Manolis Vournous is threatening Deputy Migration Minister Yannis Mouzalas with a lawsuit unless he makes sure that the VIAL refugee registration center...

Greek Parliament Honors Jewish Holocaust Survivors

The Greek parliament will honor the Greek Jewish victims and survivors of the holocaust during a ceremony on January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is...

Pan-Hellenic Holy Foundation Taken Over by Clergy; Island Residents Disapprove

On Sunday, residents of Tinos showed their disapproval towards His Eminence Dorotheos II, Metropolitan of Syros, during a protest which took place in the...

Greece’s Fin Ministry Sends Scrooge Christmas E-card Calling Out International Lenders

Reuters has reported that the press office of the Greek Finance Ministry recently sent an e-card of the stingy Ebenezer Scrooge to journalists in...

Five Greeks Still Missing After Ferry Tragedy

Five Greeks are still missing after the fire accident on passenger ferry "Norman Atlantic." Greek newspaper "Proto Thema" found the families of the missing and...

Greek Banks Face Four Main Challenges, Bank Association Head Says

Chairwoman of the Hellenic Banks Association Louka Katseli said that Greek banks face four major challenges before they return to normality. Katseli, who is also...

The End of ‘Anti-Memorandum’ Politics in Greece

They called it deal, agreement, treaty, honest compromise, bailout. They dressed it up with fancy words like “social justice,” “fair taxation,” “growth prospect,” “debt...

Greek Farmers Mobilize Against Harsh Economic Measures

The farmers of Tyrnavos, central Greece, were the first to take it to the streets on Monday as their colleagues from the rest of...

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