Teacher Fired for Failing Greek PM’s Son

The Greek Central Council for Secondary Education (KYSDE) announced the definitive dismissal of the teacher who a year and a half ago caught the Greek Prime...

Alexis Tsipras: SYRIZA’s Victory Will Signal a ‘Start in Greece ‘s Restoration’

The victory of main opposition SYRIZA in the Greek national elections will be "the start of a great national effort to save society and...

Long Troika Talks Stall Yet Again

A week after saying it had a deal in hand, the Greek government now is admitting that negotiation with its international lenders have sputtered...

Greek Pensioners Face 25% Auxiliary Cut

Breaking a vow not to impose any more austerity measures, the Greek coalition government led by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, the New Democracy Conservative...

Court Says Athens Mall Illegal

One of the most popular shopping spots in Greece, the Mall of Athens in the upscale northern Athens suburb of Maroussi, was built illegally,...

Syrian Refugees Having a Hard Time In Greece

As the civil war in Syria gets worse day by day, the number of refugees who seek better luck has been constantly increasing. The...

Greece ‘s Far-Right Golden Dawn’s Plan B: National Dawn

With the Greek government having arrested its leaders and trying to dismantle the party, the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn has chosen the backup name of...

Greece Says Smoking Ban To Start

After five No-Smoking laws in the last decade have been largely ignored by Greeks, who light ‘em up more than any other European country,...

Tsipras Won’t be Sworn In by Archbishop, but will Give Political Oath

SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras visits Archbishop Ieronymos this afternoon to inform him that he will not be sworn in by him and will only...

Greece: This is SYRIZA’s New Government Plan in Detail

Here's the translation of the official SYRIZA government programme as it was announced at the Thessaloniki International Fair on September 15, 2014. The programme...

Where Did Greece’s Bailout Money Go?

Three years after international bailouts began to keep Greece's economy from imploding, the government has spent a first rescue package of $152 billion and...

Study: Extreme Poverty Rises in Greece

A study conducted by Athens University of Economics and Business along with the Associate Professor of the University, Manos Matsaganis, showed that the percentage...

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