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Government, Opposition Clash over Bill to Curb Demonstrations in Greece

As the vote for the bill to regulate demonstrations is about to go up for a vote in the Greek Parliament Thursday, there continue...

Hundreds of Greeks Reflect on Horror of Deadly Mati Blaze in Memorial Service (video)

Hundreds of people gathered on Sunday at Mati, the resort east of Athens devastated by the fire of July 23, 2018, for a memorial...

New Greek Government to Deploy More Police on the Streets

One of the priorities of the new Greek government is to establish a feeling of security for citizens, who see crime rates rising rapidly...

Greece Requests Loan for Athens Metro Line 4

The Greek government plans to meet with the European Investment Bank (EIB) and ask for funds to start construction on the fourth Athens Metro line. The...

More Battling In Samaras Cabinet Over Austerity

Ministers in Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ new, revamped Cabinet, formed to bring more cohesion to government policies, are battling with each other -...

The Samaras Reshuffle Shuffles Along, Bakoyianni On Board

A long pending Cabinet shakeup by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is reportedly set to take place, and a former minister, Dora Bakoyianni may be in...

Prosecutor Probes Baltakos Affair Video, Samaras Plans Strategy

An Athens prosecutor is set to investigate a secret videotape in which a former top aide to Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is heard telling...

Free Wi-Fi across Greece by year-end

Greece could enjoy free internet access by November, realizing a pledge the prime minister made several months ago to get Greece online, according to Greece's Infrastructure Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis. According...

Shootout In PASOK Lifeboat

PASOK Socialist chief Evangelos Venizelos' already shaky hold on his fast-fading once-dominant party took another blow when Infrastructure Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis sided with the...

Toll Increase of up to 60% in Greece

The route from Athens to Thessaloniki is going to cost more than 56 euros. New toll increases are coming in 2014, with the new tariffs...

Locals Protest Detention Center in Northern Greece

Residents of a northern Greek town have erected barricades along a road leading to a disused army base to prevent it from being turned...

PASOK Ministers Push for Leadership Elections- Papandreou Remains Silent (Again)

“The procedures for electing the new PASOK leader should be completed by January” stated according to sources, FM Evangelos Venizelos during Pasok’s political council...

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