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EU: Greece Needs to Close Pending Prerequisites before Disbursement of Loan Tranche

Greece needs to complete three important prerequisites before the EU disburses the next loan tranche of €5.7 billion euros, a European official said, according...

Creon Weather Front Hits Greece

A low-pressure weather front dubbed Creon is bringing storms and snow to Greece from early on Thursday. Heavy snow has fallen in central parts of...

Former PM Samaras Sues Tsipras over Novartis ‘Conspiracy’

Former Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras filed a lawsuit on Thursday against current premier Alexis Tsipras over what he describes as a conspiracy to...

Black-Market Cigarettes Cost Greece €600Μ

Around 4.6 billion contraband cigarettes are sold in Greece every year costing the state €600 million ($741 million) in lost taxes. The claim was made...

Greece, FYROM Foreign Ministers Meet at UN in Vienna; No Statements

Talks between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) ended at the United Nations in Vienna without statements on Tuesday. Greek Foreign Minister...

Erdogan Lashes out at Greece, Cyprus

  Turkey's president issued a thinly-veiled threat against Greece and Cyprus on Tuesday amid a series of incidents in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Recep Tayyip...

Novartis Claims Greek Scandal Debate ‘Politicized’

Novartis, the Swiss pharma giant at the heart of a huge corruption scandal in Greece on Monday said it would take "fast and decisive...

Rethymno Carnival Going Strong in 2018 (video)

The famous Rethymno Carnival that kicked off on January 27 to culminate on Sunday February 18 is going strong for another year with thousands...

Greek Parliament to Probe Novartis Scandal

Athens will recommend a new parliamentary committee to investigate the Novartis scandal, a government spokesman has confirmed. Dimitris Tzanakopoulos told reporters on Friday: “The committee's...

Notorious Greek Hitman Walks Free for 48 Hours (video)

Dimitris Koufontinas, a senior member of the November 17 terrorist group, left jail on Friday morning after he was granted a 48-hour leave, the...

FYROM PM Zaev: No Need to Change Our Constitution

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Wednesday that there is no need for his country to change its constitution...

Sizzling “Tsiknopempti” Customs Across Greece

Even though Greeks consume a lot of meat, this Thursday millions will follow the custom of Tsiknopempti and eat even more. Enough, tradition says,...

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