"Apocalyptic scenes" on the northern Greek border where "economic migrants" who are not entitled to leave Greece's provisional camps are fighting with 'refugees' who are entitled to leave, and head into other European nations.
For 41 years Turkey has been occupying The Republic of Cyprus, illegally, and violating more than this sovereign country's airspace.
Turkish claims that the downed Russian Su-24 jet “violated” its airspace have sparked outrage among Greeks, who took to social media to say it is a clear-cut case of double standards as Turkish jets breached Greek airspace 2,244 times in ...
Employment shrank considerably last month, as according to the Labor Ministry’s Ergani database, salaried jobs declined by 56,473 in October, with the balance between hirings and departures negative for the fourth month in succession.
The usual Greek protests with a twist as Syriza organises a strike against austerity program its own government will execute.
A meeting of euro zone finance ministers will not decide on a payment of 2 billion euros to Greece on Monday, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said.
The influx of refugees threatens to destabilize the EU as Germany's insistence on a bloc-wide adoption of an open door policy has infuriated Hungary and many other member states. This infograph tells the story.
The European Union is predicting that 3 million more migrants could arrive in the 28-nation bloc by the end of next year, with the refugee emergency already providing a stern test of EU capacities to provide shelter and welcome.
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has said the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras "will not succeed" in his bid to turn the country's finances round and that its creditors are implementing a program which they know cannot be implemented.
At least 22 people drowned in two new shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea Friday as thousands of Middle Eastern refugees and economic migrants sought to reach the Greek islands in rough seas, while the death toll over the past three ...
Germany's Suddeutsche Zeitung reported that just two months after Greece voted through its third bailout, its creditors have already grown tired with the game and are refusing to pay the next Greek loan tranche of €2 billion.
Can we expect Juncker to tells Tsipras: “you either accept the joint patrols or I cancel the 35-billion-euro package.”
The four candidates gunning for New Democracy’s leadership appeared to have reached a truce on Wednesday after lots of infighting was beginning to raise doubts about whether the vote, whose first round is due on November 22, would even take ...
A new virus which encrypts files on computers and demands a ransom has spread throughout Greece, where hundreds of computers and networks have reportedly become infected.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted that his government will conduct the necessary reforms to make Greece more attractive to investors.
Alexis Tsipras returned to power on Sunday after SYRIZA scored a convincing electoral win that allowed the prime-minister-in-waiting to renew the alliance with Independent Greeks and its leader Panos Kammenos.
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has accused the country’s European creditors of engaging in "brutal politics" over their rejection of Athens' proposed economic reforms, saying that the rough treatment of Greece was used to warn Spanish voters from electing ...
An Egyptian billionaire, who has been offering to buy a Mediterranean island to provide refugees with decent living conditions, has identified potential locations and is now in talks to purchase two private Greek islands.
SYRIZA’s Alexis Tsipras and New Democracy’s Evangelos Meimarakis are preparing for a second and final televised debate on Monday night as opinion polls continue to show their two parties neck-and-neck going into the last week of the campaign.
Investigative reporters have discovered that IMF bailout funds intended for Ukraine have mysteriously found their way to a Cyprus bank account controlled by notorious Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoyskyi.
New Democracy will win the upcoming snap elections, conservative party chief Evangelos Meimarakis predicted Monday, while warning Greek voters against casting a so-called “protest vote.”
Everything must go...The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) has announced that it is moving ahead with the sale of five overseas properties in its portfolio.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is betting he has more chance of building a governing coalition from Greece’s fractured political landscape after a new election than by trying to rein in rebels within his party.
New Democracy, the second largest party in the Greek parliament, says it will try to form the country’s new government following the resignation of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
Bitcoin service provider and exchange Cubits has partnered with Greek bitcoin exchange BTCGreece to install 1,000 bitcoin ATMs and help small and medium sized businesses move money.