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4,3-Magnitude Quake Jolts the Dodecanese, Greece

An earthquake measuring 4,3 on the Richter scale has been registered on the Dodecanese, Greece, at 07:51:26.0 UTC, the European Mediterranean Seismological Center says...

No More Cash for Greece Unless Programme on Track

There will be no further cash disbursement to Greece until euro zone ministers determine that the conditions tied to its rescue programme are being...

Cyprus Sparks Controversy as EU’s Next President

Cyprus takes over the European Union presidency Sunday for the next six months. The island's own financial difficulties and its location in the eastern...

Leftists Take Credit for Attack on Microsoft in Athens‎

A little-known leftist militant group claimed responsibility Friday for an attack on Microsoft's Greek headquarters this week. In a statement published on the Internet, the...
Microsoft Bombed in Athens, Greece

Greek Microsoft HQ Fire-Bombed in Athens

The Microsoft headquarters in Athens have been attacked, with assailants reversing a van through the front entrance and detonating an incendiary device that sparked...

US Economist Paul Krugman: “Forget About Greece, It’s a Lost Cause”

Nobel Prize-winning Princeton economics professor, New York Times columnist, and US economist Paul Krugman says, “Forget about Greece, which is pretty much a lost...

German Finance Minister W. Schaeuble: “Greece Has not Done Enough!”

Once again, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is talking with austerity about austerity in Greece. In an interview with German TV channel ZDF, he stressed...

4.8-Magnitude Quake Jolts Athens

A 4.8-magnitude earthquake in Greece’s southern Peloponnese peninsula jolted Athens on Saturday, the National Geodynamic Institute said, with no immediate reports of damage or...

Gay Pride Rally in Thessaloniki Attacked (video)

Police say about 50 people threw eggs and plastic bottles of water at about 400 people holding a gay pride parade in the northern...

New Restoration of Old Delphi, Nicopolis Theatres

The theatre of Delphi and the Roman theatre of Nicopolis, two of Greece's most important ancient monuments, which are showing clear signs of age-old...

Greece Gives Up Euro 2012 Dreams after Losing to Germany 4-2

Greece played a heavily favored German side in order to qualify for the semi-final of the Euro 2012 Championship today in Gdansk. Greece lost...

Incoming Finance Minister Vassilis Rapanos in Hospital

Incoming Greek finance minister Vassilis Rapanos was admitted in hospital on Friday, the government said, with unconfirmed reports saying the 65-year-old senior banker had...

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