Greek Gov’t Handouts to Pensioners, Islanders Not Discussed With Creditors

The Greek government has not asked for the creditors' approval to give out 617 million euros to low income pensioners because the money comes...

Greek Court Blocks Extradition of Further Two Turkish Soldiers

A Greek appeals court on Thursday ruled against the extradition of the remaining two Turkish soldiers suspected as coup plotters, with Ankara demanding their...

Europe to be Sending Migrants Back to Greece Starting in March

European Union member states are to be sending migrants and refugees back to Greece beginning in mid-March, the European Commission announced on Thursday. The decision...

Primary Surplus Targets Hinder Greek Bailout Program Review

Greece and creditors have not agreed yet on primary surplus targets beyond the bailout program, thereby making the completion of the second program review...

Greece in Gridlock During 24-Hour Strike Against Austerity

Civil servants, workers, professionals, freelancers and pensioners rallied on Thursday protesting against austerity as the 24-hour general strike put the Greek State in gridlock. The...

Turkey Asks for Immediate Extradition of 8 Turkish Army Officers Seeking Asylum in Greece

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday called for the immediate extradition of eight Turkish military officers who fled to Greece and sought asylum...

SYRIZA vs. SYRIZA: Ruling Party Calls on Greeks to Strike Against Government Policies!

SYRIZA invites all Greeks to rally against SYRIZA policies in Thursday's general strike! An outsider would think that this was a mistake made by the...

German FinMin: Only Reforms can Keep Greece in Euro Zone

"The implementation of tough measures is the only way, since Greece decided to remain in the euro zone," said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble. Schaeuble...

Poll: New Democracy Leads by 11 Points in Greece

The popularity of the SYRIZA-ANEL coalition is in a downward spiral, as the majority of Greeks appear to wish a change in government, a...

Greek Court Rules to Extradite 3 Turkish Soldiers

A Greek court on Tuesday has ruled that three of the eight Turkish soldiers who sought political asylum in Greece should be extradited. The Turkish...

Greek Government Celebrates Pyrrhic Victory

Listening to the news on the state-run television stations after Monday's Eurogroup, one would think that the Greek debt is reduced to the point...

Eurogroup’s Short-term Measures Will Lower Greek Debt by More Than €45 Million

The short-term measures announced by Eurogroup on Monday will lower Greece’s debt by more than 45 billion euros, while rates were set at 1.5 percent,...

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