Privatizations Take Too Long to be Completed in Greece

The sale of the Cassiope property in Corfu by the Greek State will be completed on November 9, four years and nine months after...

Four-Year-Old Syrian Girl Drowns Off Turkish Coast

A four-year-old Syrian girl drowned off the coast of Turkey during her family’s effort to reach Greece, the Anadolu Agency reports. The unidentified girl was found at a...

Europe Shows its Ugly Face to Tsipras and, Consequently, Greece

  Back in the good old days -- just a few weeks ago -- every time the Greek Prime Minister went to Brussels or to...

Amnesty International Blasts Greek MPs for Voting Against Discrimination Ban

Amnesty International has condemned the failure of the Greek Parliament to adopt a constitutional amendment prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender, gender identity...

Obama’s Official Program for His Athens Visit Next Week

US President Barak Obama is due to visit Athens in two days. Sources have detailed the official program of Obama's trip, which is packed with...

Greek PM: Polytechneio Symbolizes People’s Need for More Democracy

The Polytechneio uprising does not fade from memory because it symbolizes people's need and will for more democracy, said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras...

Deputy Education Minister: There Should be Many Mosques in Greece for Refugees

Deputy Education Minister Kostas Zouraris said that there should be more mosques built for refugees who will stay in Greece. Zouraris, a native of Thessaloniki,...

Greece to Pay €16 Mln Fine for Wastewater Treatment

Greece is to pay 16 million euros in fines for failure to comply with wastewater treatment regulations at the Thriasio Plain in western Attica. According...

New Video Document Related to Golden Dawn Trial (video)

The mother of slain rapper Pavlos Fyssas on Tuesday told a court hearing the criminal trial of Golden Dawn that the order for the...

Euro Zone Freezes Debt Relief Measures after Tsipras’ Steps on Pensions, Island VAT

Euro zone finance ministers on Wednesday decided to suspend short-term debt relief measures for Greece in response to extra spending on pensions announced by Greek...

Greek PM in Open Confrontation With German FinMin

"Those who are not at peace with their souls can not cope with the problems of their country, neither Europe's nor the world's," Greek...

U.S. President Obama and Turkish President Erdogan Discuss Cyprus

Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a telephone conversation on Wednesday in which they discussed the Cyprus issue,...

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