Tsipras: Deal Is a Matter of Political Will, Not Technical Issue

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spoke in parliament today underlining that a deal with lenders over the state debt is no longer a technical...

Ambulances, Workers on Greek Islands Scarce and Overstretched

The Greek islands are a popular destination that bring in holiday-goers from all around the world and according to the Panhellenic Federation of Public...

Greek Bank Deposits Drop Second Month in a Row

Greek bank deposits dropped in February for the second month in a row after a 2.05 percent increase in December, according to a Bank...

MIT’s Hydrorobot Heading for Greek Schools

The Hydrobot-based SeaPerch, a prototype robotic program through which trained teachers - who in turn train their students in the construction of an underwater...

Last Migrants Leave Piraeus Port for Proper Facilities

The remaining migrants who had camped out at Piraeus Port left on Wednesday, after camping there for several months. According to the Hellenic Coast Guard,...

Mastihohoria Lament 90% of Mastic Trees Swallowed by Chios Wildfire

Authorities have declared the Aegean island of Chios in a state of emergency due to a wildfire that has been raging since the early...

Former Greek PM: ‘My Goal is to Ensure Greece’s European Course’

"My goal is to ensure the country's European course, so I'm here. And of course the stalemate does not help," said New Democracy leader...

Greek Suspect in Arms Bribery Scandal Set Free

Panayiotis Efstathiou, a Greek businessman and key suspect in the German arms bribery scandal testified on January 2, in front of the investigator. In his testimony...

Greek State Takes up to €57 for Every €100 of Wage Earners

After the new tax measures and contribution hikes, Greek wage earners will see only 42.50-67 euros going to their pockets for every 100 euros...

How Two Years of Capital Controls Hurt Greek Trade

It was June 27, 2015 when the finance minister at the time, Yanis Varoufakis, and the Greek government decided to impose capital controls in the...

European Commission: Greek State Owes €8 Bln to Businesses, Individuals

The total debt of the Greek State to businesses and individuals was 8 billion euros at the end of September, according to the European...

Commission VP Dombrovskis: We didn’t Ask Greek Govt to Raise Taxes

Athens has ignored the European Commission's advice that spending cuts would do less damage to Greece's potential for growth than raising taxes, said European...

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