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Her belief that the prospects of Greece are better than they were two years ago, expressed German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the federal parliament (Bundestag), adding though...

Over the last few years, the financial crisis has been the cause of operational problems for organizations such as 'SOS Children's Villages' -- a...

  Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis, in an interview with Greek MEGA TV channel, spoke of a period of adjustment until the country's final exit from...

The financial crisis has affected several sectors of the Greek economy. One of them is the households' so-called "basket of goods." In reality, the situation...

Speaking at a forum organized by the Foreign Correspondents Association in Berlin, Germany's Former Vice Chancellor and member of the Green Party Joschka Fischer expressed his worries...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVptrXbFM-Y What you get at "Melitini" is Greek products only! A former banker, Pantelis Hadjiconstantis, and his childhood friend Takis Drosos, left behind their lives in...

The Guardian, England's leading newspaper, has recently featured a story by contributor Jon Henley, who walked the streets of Athens and described what he experienced, finding...

Loukanikos, the stray dog in attendance at every demonstration rally in Athens since the dawn of the Greek crisis, passed away on October 9. Loukanikos, whose...

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In the 5th year of the Greek economic crisis, Greece has good fiscal news as it continues to build a primary surplus, but for debt, reforms and unemployment it has made only limited progress.

Sales of tablets, printers, washing machines and other home appliances are once again starting to increase in Greece, for the first time since the...

On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the restoration of democracy in Greece, President of the Hellenic Republic Karolos Papoulias emphasized the need to...

Debts to the Greek state hit a new record high. In the first half of 2014, debts amounted to 6,225 billion euros, according to...