Council of State to Convene on TV Licensing Law on October 24 and 26

The Council of State (CoS) plenum will meet on October 24 and 26 to discuss and decide on the constitutionality and legality of the...

Euro Working Group to Decide on €2 Bln Tranche Disbursement to Greece

While the Greek government maintains that it has already completed 90 percent of prior actions required, Brussels doubts that Athens has met its pledges. There...

NATO Distances Itself from Greek-Turkish Tensions in Aegean

NATO's leadership has distanced itself from tensions in the Aegean, with its secretary-general telling Turkish media "this is something that has to be addressed between...

Greece Nears Fiscal Target Goal

Greece said the economy, despite disappointing tax returns, has beaten budget expectations in the first 11 months of 2013, adding optimism to its belief...

Greece: The Incredible Shrinking Country

ATHENS – Even as interim Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, who is leading a temporary coalition government, insisted that he’s on track to keep international...

Greek Economy Loses 122B Euros

The era of austerity - brought on by generations of overspending - has caused Greece to lose nearly 50 percent of its Gross Domestic...

Greek Pensioners Protest While Parliament Discusses One-off Bonus

About 4,000 pensioners on Thursday demonstrated outside the Greek Parliament while lawmakers were voting for the one-off bonuses Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has promised. As...

EU Leaders Consider Drastic Measures to Save Migrants in the Mediterranean

European Union member-states' leaders are considering ways to double the financial sources they could use in order to prevent tragedies in the Mediterranean Sea...

Tsipras Says Captive Greek Soldiers a ‘Wound’ for NATO on the Eve of Erdogan...

The issue of two Greek soldiers being held in a Turkish jail will be raised directly by Alexis Tsipras when he meets Recep Tayyip...

Greek FinMin Tsakalotos: ‘There Will Be Victories and Defeats in the Negotiation’

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos expressed optimism that the government will overcome the obstacle of the negotiations with the creditors, on Sunday January 3rd,...

Monti Praises Samaras’ Handling of Crisis

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras met on Sept. 21 and agreed that it was "absolute necessity to safeguard...

ND Leader: Greece Deserves Most of All a Serious Government

New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said the current Greek government is incompetent and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras never intended to implement any reforms...

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