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Greek municipalities held an emergency meeting earlier today in Athens after the government ordered the country's public sector operations to transfer excess funds in a...

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By Leslie Absher A baby before the coup, brought there by her father, a young spy on his first mission. “There is much I’ll never...

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U.S. Ambassador to the Hellenic Republic David D. Pearce held a press conference today in Athens to raise concerns against a bill that was...

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The first day of the highly anticipated Golden Dawn trial only lasted two hours as the neo-Nazi party's leadership was absent. The court was adjourned...

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The historic and unprecedented trial of party leader Nikos Michaloliakos and the leadership of his extreme-right Golden Dawn party - the first time since World...

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Despite the recent flood of negative statements and reports about Greece's negotiations with creditors, the Greek government is optimistic that an agreement will be...

ECB Protester Josephine Witt

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Josephine Witt, the 21-year-old activist whose confetti attack frightened European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi, talks exclusively to Greek Reporter about her protest,...

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An high-ranking official close to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said the Greek government is not planing to give in to its creditors' pressures...

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The Greek government denies the scenario of snap elections and allegations that it is seeking a rift with creditors in order to voluntarily default. The...

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Easter is celebrated in highly devout atmosphere, across every corner of Greece. It is a glorious day for Greeks since the resurrection of Christ coincides...

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In Good Friday, millions of Orthodox Christians commemorate the events leading up to Jesus Christ's crucifixion. For the Greek Orthodox Church, Good Friday is a day...

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Greece and Russia signed a trade deal that will bring Greece 4.2 billion euros and talked about the renewal of the deal for natural gas...