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Greek Bailout Review to Reportedly Begin on January 18

The first Greek bailout review is expected to begin on January 18, according to one European Union official, Reuters reported. The same European Union official noted...

Greek Main Opposition New Democracy Prepares for Sunday’s Leadership Election

If everything goes smoothly on Sunday, Greece will have a new permanent leader at the helm of the country's main opposition for the first time...

Greece Accused of Not Prohibiting Slavery and Forced Labor in Manolada Farm

Greece will face the European Court of Human Rights as 42 people from Bangladesh who worked in a strawberry farm in Manolada are suing the European nation...

4 of the 5 Accused Greek Students Will Not Be Extradited to Italy

The Greek Appeals Council refused the extradition of two of the five students who were being called by Italian authorities to face charges for their...

Greek Islands with Mass Refugee Pressure Could be Relieved of VAT

Greece's Alternate Finance Minister Tryfon Alexiadis left open the possibility of abolishing VAT on Greek islands that are up against the social and economic...

Juncker Calls For European Solidarity, Claims Greek Issue Brought EU to the Edge

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is looking for a change in the European Union member-state's approach to the challenges the union faces. In an article...

Greek Riot Police Clash with Senior Protesters in Athens

Protests took place in downtown Athens, Greece, on Friday in a response to the government's social security reform plan. Amid the developing tension, riot police clashed with a group of senior protesters...

More Capital Controls Lifted in Greece

More than six months into the restrictions the Greek government has further eased capital controls, lifting some of the restrictions on Thursday. Among the liberties...

Three Greek Public Assets Abroad Advertised for Sale in The Economist

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), the body responsible for selling Greek public property, is attempting to reach potential buyers by advertising three properties located...

Greek Employer Unions Agree to Increased Contributions to Social Security System

Representatives of Greece’s employer unions claimed they are not opposed to a temporary increase in contributions to the country’s social security system, which is set to...

Flight from Athens to Tel Aviv Rocked by Dispute Between Israeli and Arab-Israelis

An Aegean Airlines flight departing from Athens to Tel Aviv on January 3rd was marred by a dispute on board the aircraft. The Jerusalem post reports...

Tsipras and Pavlopoulos To Reportedly Skip Piraeus Theofaneia Day due to Metropolitan’s Comments on...

The dispute between the Greek Orthodox Church and the Greek state over the same-sex cohabitation agreement continues into the new year. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will...

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