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Former Greek Minister Yanis Varoufakis gave one more media interview, this time to German news magazine Focus, in which he assessed his six-month tenure at the helm...

Despite the high unemployment rate in Greece due to the current debt crisis, no wave of Bulgarians leaving the country to return to their homeland...

Fewer and fewer Russian tourists search for their ideal summer vacation in Greece, according to recent data released by search engine Yandex.Travel. Russian users usually visit Yandex.Travel...

Famous travel website Conde Nast Traveler invited readers to visit Greece for their summer holidays, despite the crisis. In an article entitled “Why we’re...

Analysis on the searches made by Greeks and residents of Greece on Google, revealed that they are concerned about the future of their jobs. The...

Acclaimed American economist, professor of Economics and International Affairs at Princeton University and op-ed columnist for The New York Times Paul Krugman talked to journalist and author...

Greece's City Road Transport Company (OSY) managing director Yiannis Economou announced that the company lost between 6 to 7 million euros in July, due to the fact...

Former World Bank chief economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz expressed his serious concerns over the economic rationale behind Greece's rescue agreement during his...

Children in Greece are more likely to develop life-threatening conditions, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer, because childhood...

When Greek and other European leaders came to the 17th hour of their all-night talks that culminated in an agreement Monday morning, their immediate...

The current financial havoc in Greece has created great uncertainty, leading the country's primary consumers to postpone many of their purchasing decisions, such as buying...

A high-profile member of Spanish anti-austerity political party Podemos denounced on Monday the recent cash-for-reforms bailout deal between Athens and its international creditors and said...