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Greek State Owed €62.5bn in Back Taxes, Owes €4.7bn

The inability of the Greek citizens to meet their tax obligations has created a 62.5 billion euros backlog, 3.5 billion euros of which was accrued in...

Poll: SYRIZA Leads ND by 2% in Euro Elections, GD Third

A new poll conducted across Greece by Pulse RC from May 2 to May 7 gives SYRIZA a 2% lead over New Democracy for the upcoming Euro elections. More...

Greek Trains To Reopen Routes to Skopje, Belgrade and Sofia

Greece's rail operator, TRAINOSE, will resume daily services between Thessaloniki, Skopje, Belgrade and Sofia from May 10.  TRAINOSE, the operating arm of the Hellenic Railways Organization (OSE), had suspended...

New Democracy Youth Wing Tops Student Elections

The preliminary results of the student elections, held on May 7, showed that the student wing of New Democracy, DAP was elected first in most...

Troika Wants Greeks To Take Generic Drugs

As Greece's international lenders are pressing for the writing of more generic drugs to save money, Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis said efforts to do...

Odeon of Herodes Atticus Voted Second Best Theater in the World

Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens Greece was placed second in the world’s top live performance theaters. The list was published by the prestigious...

Greece Ranks Second on 2014 Blue Flag Beach List

The Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (EEPF), the national operator of the international “Blue Flag” program, announced a further 21 Greek beaches and...

Greek PM Samaras Proposes Constitutional Changes

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras proposed amendments to the Greek Constitution at a Wednesday event organized by the Konstantinos Karamanlis Foundation. The main points presented comprised the direct election of...

Cypriot President Anastasiades Asks Turkish Cypriots for Trust

In an interview Tuesday with the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet Daily, Republic of Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades asked the Turkish Cypriot side to ‘trust him’ ahead...

Thessaloniki’s Historic Caravanserai Touted To Turkish Buyers

Thessaloniki's Caravanserai is one of 10 titles in northern Greece being listed at a property investment event in Istanbul this month. Among the investment opportunities on...

Handcuffs and Tears as Greek Parliament Lifts 4 MPs’ Immunity

Despite tears and tantrums, parliamentary immunity enjoyed by Greece 's Golden Dawn MPs Giorgos Germenis and Nikos Michos, as well as two former (now independent) members,...

Cleaning Ladies Still Protest Outside Greek Finance Ministry

Striking cleaning ladies continue to camp outside the Greek Finance Ministry in their months-long protest at public sector suspensions. Many cleaning ladies who have been suspended or laid-off...

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