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Boy’s Death Reveals Amusement Parks Operating Illegally in Greece

Greek police have revealed surprising information regarding a number of amusement parks set up illegally in Greece, while the uproar surrounding the tragic accident...

Greek Parliament Lifts Immunity of Four More Golden Dawn MPs

The Greek Parliament voted Wednesday to lift the parliamentary immunity of four more Golden Dawn MPs, on the grounds of participating and leading a criminal...

Reuters: Greece to Seek 50-Year Extension on Loan Repayment

Reuters revealed Wednesday that Greece is planning to ask for a 50-year extension to its repayment of loans from its international creditors. “Greece will formally propose stretching...

Greek State to Stop Funding Unregistered Entities

As of May 1st, the Greek state will stop funding about 500 private legal entities that didn’t register in time for its latest census. According to...

Tackling Tax Evasion: Bloomberg Follows Greece’s Fraud Squad

In a recent story, a Bloomberg correspondent followed Greece's Financial Crime Unit (SDOE) performing random spot checks at several locations across Athens, unraveling step by step...

Greece Moves to Prevent Mobile Phone Theft

A new regulation concerning the operation of telecommunications providers attempts to stem the tide of mobile-phone theft in Greece. Henceforth, a stolen mobile phone will be...

Chaos as Protest Farmers Give Away Produce at Street Markets

Thousands of citizens have rushed to the street markets of Athens and Thessaloniki Wednesday where farmers are handing out their produce for free in protest at reforms...

Samaras: Greece’s Signs of Energy Find “Extremely Auspicious”

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said "indications of the country's energy resources are extremely auspicious" at a conference Tuesday Addressing a conference concerning "The Future of Greek Gas and Power...

Greece Sees Bigger Surplus, Long-Lasting Unemployment

There's good news and bad news for the Greek economy: a primary surplus will be bigger than expected but the country's record jobless rate...

Venizelos Says PASOK Over, Olive Tree In

Essentially declaring his once-dominant party dead, PASOK Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos says it will survive the critical May elections for the European Parliament and...

Coach Santos to Quit Greece Football Team After World Cup

Fernando Santos will not renew his contract as coach of the Greek national team after this summer's World Cup, ending a four-year tenure. His decision was announced by...
A 4.8 earthquake hit Greece on April 30th, 2014

Magnitude 4.8 Earthquake Hits Aegean; Rattles Athens

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake in the Aegean Sea rattled Greece at 7.03 am, April 30th, 2014. The quake was felt in Athens and woke...

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