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Greece’s Public University Professors To Go On Strike the First Two Days of September...

The union of public university professors, POSDEP, is giving what they are calling a warning by going on strike Monday and Tuesday - the...

Greek Lawmakers To Fast-Track Raft of Reforms

Greek lawmakers are to fast-track an enormous bill needed for the country to complete a third review of its  bailout program. The 400-article, 1,326-page bill...

Trade Unionists Furious at Labor Law Changes Invade Greek Ministry (video)

Dozens of demonstrators invaded the Ministry of Labor in downtown Athens on Tuesday protesting against the government’s decision to amend the law on strikes. According...

Protests and Strikes Continue Ahead of Greek Austerity Vote

Heavy rain didn't stop major protests that have been ongoing in Athens over the last 2 days. The protests come ahead of an omnibus...

Unions Representing Municipal Workers on Short-term Contracts Call for Strikes Following Court’s Job Ruling

Tensions are rising as unions who represent municipal workers on short-term contracts are calling for strikes through the country in protest of the court's...

Farmers Protesting in Road Blockades to Stop on Friday; Changing Tactics

Protesting farmers from the Nikea and other blockades will end their road closures and continue their protests in different ways, the president of the...

Planes Grounded at Athens Airport in Rolling Air Traffic Control Strikes

Planes will remain grounded in Greek airports as of Sunday due to the rolling 24-hour strikes called by air traffic controllers. The workers are...

Walkouts Against Privatization to Disrupt Airport Train Service

Walkouts protesting privatization plans for the national OSE railway and the Proastiakos suburban railway are scheduled from 5-8 a.m., 1-4 p.m. and 9 p.m to...

Greek Govt Votes in Favor of Tough Pension-Tax Reforms

Greek Parliament debated a set of tough economic pension and tax reforms on Saturday and Sunday. The 300-strong Parliament voted for the bill with...

Reactions: Greek MPs Vote on More Austerity Amid Strikes, Sit-Ins and Suspensions

The left-led SYRIZA government is rushing through a new wave of austerity measures ahead of a crunch Eurogroup meeting of eurozone creditors in Brussels...

Greek Parliament Discusses More Austerity Amid Strikes

Greece halted to standstill with a snap 48-hour public-sector strike on Friday and Saturday ahead of a vote by the country's left-led SYRIZA government...

Government Minister Seeks to Reassure Angry Greek Farmers Pension Reform is Beneficial

As the country is at present in the grips of strike over the government’s plan to proceed with further cuts in pension benefits and...

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