Nearly 1 in 2 Greeks Without Insurance

In a country that is supposed to have a universal health care system, nearly 50 percent of Greeks now have no insurance after having...

Sluggish May Day Protests In Athens

Only about 8,000 protesters took part in Greece's May 1 general strike in Athens, a far cry from the nearly 100,000 that showed up...

Cyprus Expected To OK Bailout Deal

Cyprus’ lawmakers are voting April 30 on a bailout agreement aimed at preventing the country from going bankrupt that includes 10 billion euros ($13...

Dendias Says Greeks Aren’t Xenophobes

Defending Greece's roundup of immigrants suspected of being in the country unlawfully, Greek Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias, during a trip to New York,...

PPC Gives Good Customers Installments

With unpaid bills piling up at more than $1 million a day, Greece's Public Power Corporation (PPC) said it will give customers who had...

More Transport Strikes Hit Greece

With Greece beginning high hopes for a better tourist season after disappointing results in 2012, more strikes have begun, this time closing ferries to...

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