Brussels is to put more pressure on Greece to improve conditions for asylum seekers in an effort to make it easier for other EU...

Creditors suggest that Greece should proceed with government spending cuts instead of raising taxes and contributions in order to save security funds. According to a...

In a memo addressed to the Dutch Parliament, Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem noted that there is need for greater clarity on the part of...

Germany and Turkey agreed the other day to cooperate in order to prevent the flow of Syrian refugees from reaching Europe. Meeting in Ankara, German...

Twenty SYRIZA lawmakers proposed in parliament on Monday the full legalization of cannabis for medical and pharmaceutical purposes. The proposal was addressed to the Ministers...

Greece is rushing to complete the setting up of five migrant registration centers and two refugee camps amid violent reactions from local citizens. Only one...

Euclid Tsakalotos, Greece’s finance minister, told the parliament yesterday, February 8, that “we are dead” if the review of the new bailout program will...

Greece's creditors will not return to Athens for further negotiations on the bailout program implementation unless the Greek government cooperates, says a Market News International...
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With Greece in the grip of mass protests against the government’s plans for an overhaul of the country’s pension system and additional austerity measures,...

Bank shares crashed at the Athens stock exchange on Monday, losing 20 percent of their value within hours, due to continuous political instability. Greece is...

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is raising a second wire fence on its border with Greece, in the neutral zone between Idomeni and...

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said his official visit to Tehran aims at establishing economic, trade and energy ties between Iran and Greece, and...