Foreign Media: ‘Things Will Get Even Harder for Greece’

The Greek reforms list received the green light from the Eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday, February 24, but according to foreign media the situation...

Greek Energy Minister Lafazanis: ‘Greek PM Needs to Take Back The Agreement’

Greek Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis called on the government and the Greek Prime Minister to take back the agreement, before any final decisions are...

Zaev: ‘North Macedonia’ Deal May Cost Me, Tsipras Our Careers

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has said he and his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras are concerned that the name agreement the...

Greek PM Tsipras Calls on Citizens to Remain Calm After Wildfires Spread

Wildfires are quickly spreading across Attica, Laconia and Halkida due to strong winds, while the fire department is attempting to bring the situation under...

Turkish Rightist Leader: ‘We Can Show Greece What Happened in 1922’

"If the Greeks want to fall in the sea again, the Turkish army is ready," said Devlet Bahceli, chairman of Turkey's Nationalist Movement Party...

European Council President Calls for Increased Cooperation with Turkey on Cyprus Problem

Turkey may be a key partner concerning counter-terrorism but the EU needs better cooperation regarding Syria and the Cyprus issue, EU Council President Donald...

Qatar Renews Hellenikon Development Bid

After dropping out of the running to develop the former Athens International airport site on the city’s south coast, a prime piece of land...

Greek Court Blocks Extradition of Further Two Turkish Soldiers

A Greek appeals court on Thursday ruled against the extradition of the remaining two Turkish soldiers suspected as coup plotters, with Ankara demanding their...

No More Aid Expected for Greece Before March, Says Stournaras

Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said on Monday that further rescue funding is unlikely to be approved before March as European officials meeting in...

Mitsotakis: Meeting With Turkish PM Yildirim ‘Substantive and Sincere’

New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he had a "substantive and sincere" conversation with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Monday, as part of...

Salaries, Pensions Not Excluded from Automatic Spending Cuts in Greece

Wages and pensions are not excluded from the automatic spending cuts the Greek government is obligated to make if it fails to reach fiscal...

Greek WWII Resistance Icon Tells Skopje: ‘Forget Macedonia’

Following Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis’ endorsement of protests over the ‘Macedonia’ naming issue another prominent left-winger has come out against use of the term...

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