Economic Recession Hits the Greek Military

  As much as we all want to think of Christmas Holidays as a very cheerful time of year, this is not something that jives...

Former Greek PM to Testify in Court for Armament Kickbacks Scandal

It was an awkward moment when former PASOK Ministers, including Prime Minister Costas Simitis, met at the Court of Appeals as witnesses in the...

Greek and Turkish Jets in Dogfights over Mykonos

Regardless of the upcoming annual Greek-Turkish High-Level Cooperation Council that is scheduled for December 5 and 6 in Athens, Greece, tension between the two countries remains high....

Former Chairman in Custody for Submarine Scandal

Sotiris Emmanouil was detained for his part in the submarine scandal after his formal statement to the Magistrate Gavriil Mallis. Emmanouil was an executive and...

Greece Ranks Second in Defense Spending in NATO

On Monday, figures were released showing Greece as having the second highest spending in NATO, second to the U.S. NATO alliance released the figures showing...

Greek DefMin Kammenos Rules Out Greek Military Intervention

Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos on Monday, in statements to ANT1 TV, ruled out the possibility Greece participating in military interventions. "Greece's role as a...

WWII Bomb Removed from Thessaloniki Suburb, Residents Move Back (video)

The World War II bomb that was found in the Kordelio suburb of Thessaloniki was removed from the area and was transferred to an...

Turkey Blocks NATO Ships from Tackling Refugee-Smuggler Boats in Territorial Waters

Turkey blocked NATO ships from patrolling its territorial waters in order to intercept people-smuggler boats carrying refugees to the Greek islands. It has been previously...

Anti-Junta Navy Admiral Pappas Dies

Former Greek Navy Admiral Nikos Pappas, who opposed the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967-74, has passed away after a battle against cancer....

Turkey Asks for Demilitarization of Greek Island

Turkey continues its provocations in the Aegean by issuing a new NOTAM on Friday asking for the demilitarization of the Greek island of Kasos. The...

Committee for War Reparations from Germany has 400,000 Documents of Archive Material

Almost 400,000 documents of rare archive material are now in the hands of the cross-parliamentary committee responsible for claiming war reparations from Germany. The archive...

Troika Says Defense Industries Must Go

Greece's proposal to overhaul three state-owned companies, Hellenic Defense Systems (EAS), mining company Larco and the Hellenic Vehicle Industry (ELVO) instead of privatizing or...

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