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Charis Tsiokas ”Attacks” John Ragousis via Twitter

The conflict between John Ragousis and Charis Tsiokas is now continuing via Twitter, after Tsioka's dismissal from the post of General Secretary in the Ministry...

Greek Lawyers Unhappy about New Measures

Lawyers are bracing for their profession to be opened up to competition.  Greek attorneys are claiming they already face problems due to the present glut...

Greece: Nationwide Strike on Thursday

Greece's largest private and public sector unions GSEE and ADEDY will hold a strike on February 4 to protest against the government's planned pension...

Court Vetos Planned Greek Bus Strike

Only two days after Greek riot police stormed a depot and forced striking Metro workers to return to work and stopped an eight-day work...

Striking Greek Metro Workers Face Firings

Athens’ Metro strike will enter an eighth day on Jan. 24 as workers continued to ignore a court order to return to work and...

New Strikes at the Beginning of November

Adedy, one of Greece's major trade unions gathering employees in the state sector is organizing further protests against the austerity measures adopted by Giorgios...

The Newest Greek Odyssey: Living in Strikeland

State schools closed, hospitals running only on emergency staff, trash piling up, trains halted, metro and cabbies on strike, tax offices closed, customs officers walking out of their jobs, airlines grounded[...]

IMF’s Man Says Greek Rescue Plan May Fail

  ATHENS - The International Monetary Fund's representative in Greece has warned that a $152 billion bailout of rescue loans may not work because he...

European “Union”: Goodnight and Good Luck, Greece

"You either keep your word and push the mid-term program immediately or you will not be given the next trench", said Troika officials to George Papandreou and Evangelos Venizelos. Surely it must[...]

Pledges to Meet Fiscal Targets Amid Protests

Greece's government will meet ambitious savings targets this year despite a deepening recession, the prime minister said Saturday, to secure the continued flow of...

Prime Minister “Under Siege” by Protesters Over Austerity Measures

Prime Minister George Papandreou was "under siege" by protesters over austerity measures when he started Friday a three-day visit at the northern Greece city...

Greek Police Arrest 15 Afghan Migrants Boarding Private Planes to Italy

Greek police have arrested 15 Afghan immigrants as they were about to board two private planes to Italy. The arrests in the northeastern Greek...

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