Eurozone No Longer Obligated to Save Greece, German Politician Says

Eurozone is no longer obligated to rescue Greece and the country is of no "systemic importance" to the common currency bloc, said Michael Fuchs, deputy...

Third Bailout Prospect Divides Greeks

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble's public statements that Greece may need a third rescue package started a debate on the necessity and effects of...

International News Media Report on New Greek Haircut

The new haircut on Greek bonds decided on Friday morning by the Greek Parliament has centered the attention of international media across the world....

Greek Farmers to Block Highways Protesting Tax Hikes

Greek farmers are preparing to block national highways in January, when the bills on tax hikes and security fund reforms will be tabled in...

President of Greek Republic Meets With NATO Secretary General in Athens

President of the Republic Karolos Papoulias received visiting NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Thursday, who is in Greece to commemorate the 60th...

German Chancellor Merkel: We Aim to Keep Greece in the Eurozone

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, yesterday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared confident that Greece will continue on the road of responsibility...

Greek PM Meets Newly Elected New Democracy Leader

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met for the first time today with Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the newly elected leader of Greece’s main opposition party, New...

Greek Farmers’ Markets Employees Protest… With Their Underwear

Greek agricultural producers and merchants who sell their produce at weekly street markets organized all across Greece, held earlier on Monday an original and...

Bailout Reforms Put Heavy Pressure on Greece’s Shipping Industry

Greece's world-leading shipping industry is coming under increasing pressure to carry a big part of the new taxes the new bailout agreement requires. The Greek...

Samaras Plans Post-Loan Cabinet Shakeup

Once Greece gets a long-delayed $38.8 billion installment from international lenders – now expected to be Dec. 5 - Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras...

Creditors Return to Greece to be Briefed on Progress of Reforms

Mission chiefs of the quartet of Greece's international lenders will visit Athens briefly on Tuesday to be briefed about the progress of reforms, following the...

Pew Research: Greeks Overwhelmingly Unhappy with Their Democracy

A staggering 79% of the Greek public say that they are unhappy with the way the democratic system works in Greece, according to the...

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