A new bill concerning the Greek media was voted into law by the Greek Parliament late on Thursday night with 154 votes of the ruling coalition...
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feaΑ second round of clashes between police and protesting farmers took place at Haidari, on the outskirts of Athens, as farmers were trying to...

All roads leading to central Athens are blocked by police forces who are checking vehicles in an effort to stop farmers from driving their...

Greece is once again at the center of today’s Eurogroup in Brussels as there is urgent need to examine the course of negotiation talks...

Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary-general, said on Thursday the warships, now under German command, are ordered into the Aegean Sea to conduct naval patrols...

  "The government is making big efforts and by the end of the month, I estimate that five hot spots will be working in the...

The draft law on TV licenses was submitted to Parliament late on Wednesday, February 10. According to the provisions of the draft law, four licenses...

NATO is to participate in Greece-Turkey maritime surveillance missions in the Aegean Sea to combat illegal people smugglers and stem the migrant inflow. The proposed mission to be...

Greek farmers continue their protest actions against the security funds bill, determined to bring their tractors to the Greek Parliament on Friday, despite police...

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has launched a new political movement, DIEM25, a pan-European movement for democracy with the aim of democratizing Europe. The...

Greece’s television landscape will soon change, with the number of licenses granted for TV channels broadcasting nationally restricted to four, according to Greek Prime...

Even though PM Alexis Tsipras invited the Greek farmers to an open dialogue regarding the hot issue of the pension reform plan and the...