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Greek PM Tsipras Ranks 13th in Salary Among European Leaders

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras ranks 13th in salary among the 21 heads of state of the European Council, according to a Eurostat survey. The...

Reuters: A Grexit Could Cost ECB Tens of Billions of Credit

A Grexit could cost the European Central Bank tens of billions of credit, a hole that Germany and other euro zone members may have...

Half a Million Immigrants Standing By at Greek Borders

About 500,000 immigrants mostly from Syria are waiting in Turkey to enter Greece, according to information by the Greek secret services. At a time when the...

Greece Inaugurates Special Committee to Pursue WWII Reparations from Germany

The special committee that will pursue war reparations, the repayment of the loan received during the occupation and the return of stolen archaeological treasures...

Alexis Tsipras and the Enemy Within

No one can blame Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras for not trying hard enough to hold the country from falling off the cliff. Like a...

Tsipras: New Page in Greek-Russian Relations

"The ties between Greece and Russia can be upgraded to a new level and Greece can become a bridge between the West and Russia,"...

Argyris Sfoundouris: The Man Who Reminded Germany the Nazi Crimes at Distomo

Argyris Sfoundouris was only four years old on June 10, 1944. He was playing with his three sisters in his home in Distomo, in...

Property Tax Divides Greek Government, Confuses Creditors

A conflict within the Greek government was generated over the potential continuation of the single property tax (ENFIA). According to the creditors, the continuation...

Uncertainty in Brussels Over Greece-Creditors Negotiations

The progress of negotiations between Greece and its creditors in Brussels has created uncertainty as technocrats insist that the Greek government must rush things...

CNBC Poll: Which Greek Asset Would You Rather Own?

As negotiations between Greece and its international creditors have stalled, generating the danger of default and the country's subsequent exit from the Eurozone, the eyes...

German Chancellor Asked Greek Prime Minister to Reduce Pensions

German Chancellor Angela Merkel asked Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to reduce pensions, said Deputy Finance Minister Dimitris Mardas. Speaking on Greek television on Monday, the Deputy...

Greek Energy Minister in Moscow to Request Lift of Embargo to Greek Products

The lifting of the embargo to Greek agricultural products in Russia will be a key issue in today's visit of Greek Minister of Productive...

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