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IMF Head: Creditors Have ‘Legitimate Interest’ in Supervising Greece

Greece will likely remain under some kind of foreign supervision despite exiting its bailout program in August it has been claimed. Head of the IMF,...

Greek Promise to Defend Itself Sparks ‘Dismay’ in Turkey

Turkey has said it is "concerned and dismayed" after Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias warned Ankara that Athens would not react peacefully the next time...

VIDEO: The Moment Turkish Coast Guard Rams into Greek Patrol Boat at Imia

Two videos capturing the moment when a Turkish Coast Guard vessel rammed into the Greek patrol boat 'Gavdos' near Imia on Monday night were released...

European Commissioner Avramopoulos Files Suit against 2 Novartis Witnesses

European Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs Dimitris Avramopoulos on Friday filed a suit against two of the three protected witnesses in the Novartis...

Bulgaria Issues Warning Over ‘Macedonia’ Name Dispute

Bulgaria's president has said his country backed a solution to the name dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) but...

Patras Parties on Last Weekend of Greek Carnivals

Events for this year's Patras Carnival in western Greece are coming to a climax this weekend, when the celebration season ends with the Grand...

Academy of Athens Tells Skopje to End Taking of Greek Culture

Greece's highest research institute -- the Academy of Athens -- has said Skopje needs to revise its claims to "the history, culture and symbols...

ENI Boss: Turkish Blockade of Oil Ship ‘Not Under Our Control’

The head of Italian energy giant ENI on Friday admitted a Turkish blockade of one of its drill ships was out of the company's...

Greek Man Faces Charges After Football Fight in Athens

A Greek man embroiled in Thursday's brawl among football fans in the Kolonaki area of Athens faced a prosecutor on Friday. Police arrested 16 people...

Measles Claims Third Greek Victim, Raising Fears

A 35-year-old woman who had been given a measles vaccine dose has become the third victim of the disease in Greece, after she died...

Thessaloniki Displays Rare 17th-Century Aegean Maps (photos)

An exhibition of a previously unseen map collection of the Aegean archipelago has opened in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki. The rare 333-year-old maps...

Greece to Further Ease Capital Controls

The Greek government will announce in the next few days a further easing of capital controls, local media report. The withdrawal limit from bank accounts...

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