There was fresh concern on Monday that there could be further delays in the disbursement of much-need bailout money to Greece owing to a disagreement between Athens and its creditors, who have demanded changes to prior actions passed in Parliament earlier this month... Show More Summary
As part of a broadened effort to boost renewable electricity in Greece, two pilot photovoltaic auctions have been announced by the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change. In June, the country plans to publish a new policy framework supporting renewable electricity, with the aim of putting it into law by July. Show More Summary
Increased migrant and refugee arrivals from Turkey to Greece worry local officials as signs emerge that Ankara has relaxed its controls despite a deal with the European Union, Greece’s Skai broadcaster reported Tuesday.
Alan Pulido is a 25-year old striker for Olympiacos in Greece. Pulido was kidnapped over the weekend in his home country of Mexico. Pulido (...)
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has its critics. From anti-austerity economists such as Paul Krugman and Yanis Varoufakis, to outraged politicians like Greece’s Alexis Tsipras and institutions such as Britain’s Financial TimesShow More Summary
Bulgarian state energy holding company BEH and Greek natural gas company Gastrade have set up a joint task force to prepare a proposal to build an off-shore liquefied
The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) said most fraudulent claims involved Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Greece.
Reposted from NDQuarterly.org. Kim Stanley Robinson, Aurora. New York: Orbit Publishing 2015. It’s summertime and many of us are traveling. I’m in Cyprus and Greece and NDQ’s other editor is in Germany. In fact, a “high-level editorial...Show More Summary
Jordan Weissmann reads the latest IMF report on Greece and calls this one of the saddest passages you’ll ever read about a developed country: Greece will continue to struggle with high unemployment rates for decades to come. Its current...Show More Summary
“If I asked what is the most corrupt place on Earth, you might say it’s Afghanistan, maybe Greece, Nigeria, the south of Italy. I would say it is the UK. It’s not UK bureaucracy, police, or politics, but what is corrupt is the financial capital.”
The recent visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Greece sent a clear signal to the EU that Russian has allies in the bloc, including Athens, one the closest of Moscow’s allies in Europe, a French analyst said.
Ahead of my visit to Athens, I would like to share with the readers of Kathimerini, one of the most popular and respected Greek newspapers, some ideas regarding the further development of the partnership between Greece and Russia, as well as about the situation on the European continent in general. Show More Summary
Pulido, a striker on Greece's Olympiakos team, was kidnapped on Sunday in his home in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.
Nuevo Laredo (Mexico) (AFP) – Mexican footballer Alan Pulido, a striker on Greece’s Olympiakos team, was kidnapped Sunday in his home state of Tamaulipas, law enforcement officials here said. Family members told authorities that Pulido was snatched at around dawn in his birth city of Ciudad Victoria. Show More Summary
Nowhere in Greece do people love Russia and its President Vladimir Putin so much as in the Orthodox monastic community in Holy Mount Athos, German magazine Spiegel Online wrote.
"It's a miracle, what's been happening in Athens," Greece's tourism chief, Andreas Andreadis, told the Observer. "The tourist industry in Greece grew two to three times faster than in Spain, Portugal, Italy or France last year. ThisShow More Summary
Between Greece and Russia, the diplomatic and spiritual overlap
Despite the many domestic and market challenges facing the Hellenic ship owning community, Greece has continued to strengthen its position as the largest ship owning nation in recent years,
Have you read the comments to the CPAC on the proposed Greece Cultural Property MOU extension ? They certainly give an insight into the mindset of the average US collector of portable antiquities. Can these people be any form of 'partners' in protecting the archaeological heritage, or are their mentalities and ingrained attitudes a stumbling block to such initiatives?