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Troika Freezes National-Eurobank Merger

The announcement that the National Bank of Greece and Eurobank will stage their recapitalization has effectively frozen plans for them to merge as the...

Kedikoglou’s Brother’s Home Bomb Target Again

A homemade incendiary device exploded shortly before midnight March 28 outside the home of government spokesman Simon Kedikoglou΄s brother on Strefi Hill in Athens,...

Greece Backs “Painful” Cyprus Bailout Deal

Greece described a bailout deal between international lenders and Cyprus that will confiscate as much as 30-100 percent of bank accounts over 100,000 euros...

More Bombing Of Greek Political Offices

Greek police are investigating the bombing of the offices of three members of the ruling New Democracy Conservative party in Thessaloniki, the country’s second-largest...

Samaras Says No Shake-Up, No Venizelos

PASOK Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos’ new hopes of having his party members – including him - join the coalition government headed by Prime Minister...

Anti-Austerity Protests Draw 60,000 in Athens

Enraged by more coming pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions, an estimated 60,000 people converged on the center of Athens on Feb. 21...

SYRIZA Occupies Greek Finance Ministry Office

Angry over his statements that the Greek minimum wage is too high and should be further reduced despite a 22 percent previous cut, demonstrators...

Greek Coalition Unites Against Political Violence

In the wake of the bombing of journalists homes and the brother of the government spokesman, and a gunshot attack on the political party...

Greek Police Arrest 100 Squatter Protesters

Some 100 people that police said were protesting the removal of squatters from a dilapidated building in downtown Athens were arrested by police, leading...

Tsipras Urges Eurozone Debt Talks

While Greece awaits a first series of $56.7 billion in more rescue loans from international lenders and is trying to buy back its bonds...

Stournaras Pushes to Wrap Up Troika Deal

Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras said he hopes he can conclude negotiations with international lenders this week on a long-delayed $17.45 billion spending cut...

Greek Coalition Quarrels Over Worker Layoffs

ATHENS – Greece’s already uneasy coalition government is fraying further as a dispute has developed between Conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his Leftist...

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