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Greek Government Sees ‘End of the Tunnel’ for Austerity

At a cabinet meeting, held behind closed doors on Wednesday, ministers agreed on the main legislative initiatives to be implemented in the next few...

Mission (Almost) Impossible: Getting a Loan from a Greek Bank

Liquidity in the Greek economy has reached new lows as banks are unable to reduce bad loans that have reached 105 billion euros. According to...

Μissing Μountaineer on Mount Olympus Found Safe

Greek rescuers succeeded in locating and freeing a Romanian mountaineer who was missing since Saturday evening on Mt. Olympus. The rescue operation took more than...

Anarchists Storm Bank of Greece Offices (video)

A group of 20 anarchists entered the offices of the Bank of Greece in central Athens on Wednesday noon, scattered leaflets and chanted slogans...

Greek President’s Defiant Message to Turkey: Molon Labe

President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos responded to provocations by Turkey using the ancient Greek phrase "Molon Labe," which means come and take...

Piraeus Bank New CEO Races to Reach Target for Reducing Bad Loans

Christos Megalou, the new chief executive officer of Piraeus Bank SA is trying to make up for lost time, says a report in Bloomberg. Megalou...

‘Silk Road’ for Chinese Trade Could Open Through Balkan Rivers

Greece and Serbia are discussing an ambitious project that if implemented will change the transport landscape throughout southeastern and central Europe. The project that is...

Rare World War II Bomber Discovered at the Bottom of the Aegean (video)

A twin-engine bomber from the Second World War was discovered lying on the sea bed south of the Greek island of Ikaria. The Martin Baltimore...

Greece Postpones Exit to Markets Until IMF Meeting

The Greek government decided to postpone testing the waters in the international money markets that was initially planned for Monday or Tuesday. According to press...

Turkey Escalates Tension by Naval Exercises and Research Missions

With three consecutive nautical safety warnings, known as NAVTEX, Turkey announced naval exercises and research missions in the south-eastern Aegean and at four plots...

Protesters Riot in Athens over Irianna, Jailed for Membership of Terror Group (video)

Fourteen people were arrested in central Athens after a solidarity march for a jailed woman accused of membership in a terrorist organization turned into...

Google Funds Greek Research on Digital Journalism

Google has announced that it will fund the research at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on the future of digital journalism. The research will be...

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