Greek Minister Offers Resignation after Insulting Comments

Deputy Education Minister Kostas Zouraris submitted his resignation on Sunday after he made insulting comments on a radio program against two Greek prominent football...

Refugees Rush to Idomeni Believing the Border Will Open; Baby Girl Is Born at...

Hundreds of refugees started returning to Idomeni on foot after a rumor that the Greece-FYROM border would reopen on Sunday. There was unrest yesterday at...

Greek Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Against Greek Church and Metropolitans

  A new video has gone public, showing Golden Dawn’s first in charge, Nikos Michaloliakos, commenting on some Metropolitans of the Greek Orthodox Church in...

Former IIF Chief: A Grexit Could Turn into a Bloodbath

Investors are optimistic about the consequences of a possible Grexit, but it can turn into a bloodbath, said Vice President of Partners Group investment...

No Third Greek Bailout Seen

As the Greek government keeps rolling out statistics showing a burgeoning recovery from a deep recession and a crushing economic crisis, European Union officials...

Europe Changes the Money Rules, Greece Still at Risk

European leaders have agreed to set tighter rules over spending and deficits and will pump an additional $268 billion into a new reserve structure to help ailing countries, but[...]

Meimarakis Steps Down From New Democracy Presidency

Evangelos Meimarakis announced on Tuesday afternoon that he is resigning as interim president of New Democracy, in the aftermath of the conservative party's failure to hold the scheduled presidential...

Tsipras Aims for Parliament Majority

SYRIZA’s aim is to get the majority of seats in the Greek Parliament on the first election round. “I don’t even want to think...

Prosecutor Moves Against 4 in Phone Tapping and Pythia Assassination Plot Against Karamanlis

Greek Prosecutor Maria-Sophia Vaitsi called for the indictment of United States former agent William Bazil who is implicated in the phone tapping scandal of 2004...

New Protest Rallies Against Use of ‘Macedonia’ in Skopje Name

New protest rallies against the use of the term 'Macedonia' by Skopje are scheduled in several cities in Greece for June 6, organized by...

Turkey Threatens Cyprus over Hydrocarbon Exploration Bid

Turkey on Thursday threatened Cyprus after Nicosia invited international energy companies to bid on a license to explore Block 7 in the island's exclusive...

Greek PM Tsipras: The Implementation of the Agreement Isn’t an Easy Task

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras described the EU-Turkey agreement as positive while welcoming EU Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos at...

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