A group of migrants marooned on the border between Greece and Macedonia opted for a rather extreme form of protest as authorities blocked their passage deeper into Europe. About six men, some believed to be from Iran's Kurdish minority, sewed their lips shut as a mark of their refusal to turn back toward their home countries. […]
Greece has been formally cleared to get its next bailout installment, worth €2bn.
``Despite the major decline in disposable incomes, Greece remains among the most expensive countries in Europe in dozens of products and services.''
According to the latest measure of Greek Internet Publishers Association (ENED), www.xe.gr of Xrisi Efkeria Group (the Greek general classifieds site) ranked for second time in-a-row first in Greece as regards to total page views.
A group of refugees stuck at the border between Greece and Macedonia for the past four days have sewn their mouths shut in protest. At least six Iranians have sewed their lips together, hoping to persuade Macedonia to open the border...Show More Summary
On Monday night, a big charity event took place in Manhattan. Spiros Menegatos, a young Greek-American entrepreneur and owner of the famous Nerai Restaurant undertook an initiative to support children suffering from cancer in Greece....Show More Summary
Several migrants desperate to cross into Western Europe have sewed their mouths shut with a cord after being held back by riot police at Macedonia's border with Greece.
Stranded migrants in Greece blocked the railway and demanded entry into Western Europe. European countries shut their borders to economic... The post Stranded Migrants Block Railway Traffic – Demand Entry into Western Europe (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Who said that Greece is a summer destination only? This Mediterranean country is home to some awesome mountains, ski resorts, luxurious chalets and great comfort food, making it a top holiday spot all year long. The fact that most of...Show More Summary
IDOMENI, Greece (Reuters) - Moroccans, Iranians and Pakistanis on Greece’s northern border with Macedonia blocked rail traffic and demanded passage to western Europe on Monday, stranded by a policy of filtering migrants in the Balkans that has raised human rights concerns.
Greece’s trade deficit declined by 10% of GDP between 2007 and 2012, removing one of the great imbalances of the pre-Crisis years. Exports actually fell over the period, however, worsening the country’s economic crisis. This column compares...Show More Summary
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greece has done all the reforms in the a first package of measures agreed with euro zone creditors, which paves the way for Athens to get the next tranche of loans, the head of euro zone finance ministers Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Saturday. Show More Summary
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Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos has presented the final draft 2016 budget to the country’s parliament, which will vote on it next month.
Gunmen, some of whom detonated suicide vests, left 130 people dead in Paris last Friday. French officials said two of the suicide bombers had traveled through Greece in October. That has fueled concerns that some of the attackers may...Show More Summary
According to Reuters: PARIS (Reuters) – Two of the bombers who blew themselves up at a soccer stadium in Paris last Friday during attacks that killed 130 people traveled to Greece together, prosecutors in the French capital said on Friday. Show More Summary
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A few months ago during a weekend getaway to Nafplio- Greece, I decided to climb the 999 steps leading to the ancient castle of Palamidi. It was drizzling and I couldn't convince anyone in the group to join in the hike. I was dropped off at the bottom, cellphone-less but with my iPod. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - Two of the bombers who blew themselves up at a soccer stadium in Paris last Friday during attacks that killed 130 people traveled to Greece together, prosecutors in the French capital said on Friday. One of the suicide bombers at the Stade de France in the northern suburb of St. Show More Summary
Latest detail on investigation comes as prosecutors make new disclosure about woman killed during police raid