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Greek FinMin: We Can Borrow From Markets Without QE

Greece can borrow from the markets without the inclusion of its bonds in the European Central Bank's quantitative easing (QE), Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos...

Extremely High Temperatures in Greece Brings Back Memories of 1987 Killer Heatwave

Meteorologists warn that temperatures through Sunday will exceed 43 degrees Celsius, reaching the hottest summer temperatures of the past 10 years in Greece. Greek authorities...

Greek Business Deposits Rise in May, Household Deposits Drop

Greek private sector bank deposits increased overall in May, mainly due to higher business deposits, while household deposits dropped, according to Bank of Greece...

Greek Police Ban All Demonstrations on Thursday to Prevent Police Union Rally at Exarchia

Greek police has banned all demonstrations in Athens on Thursday in order to prevent a protest rally of the Pan-Hellenic Federation of Police Officers...

Municipal Authorities Across Greeks Spray Trash Mounts to Prevent Contamination

Municipal authorities across Greece have started sending crews to spray the piles of garbage in order to prevent contamination. The trash collectors strike continues for...

Greek Deputy FinMin: We Knew Debt Measures Would be Clarified at the Program’s End

"We knew that debt relief measures would be clarified at the end of the bailout program," said Greece's Deputy Finance Minister Giorgos Chouliarakis on...

Church of Greece to Participate in Context of Religion Textbooks

The joint commission of the Ministry of Education and the Church of Greece have decided that the context of religion textbooks will be co-decided...

Thousands of Outstanding Tax Cases to Close After Greece’s Council of State Decision

Hundreds of thousands of outstanding tax cases are to close, following the unanimous decision of the plenary of Greece's Council of State on Tuesday. The...

Greek PM Proposals Fail to Convince Municipal Workers Who Continue Strike

The proposals made on Tuesday by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Interior Minister Panos Skourletis to representatives of the municipal workers union POE-OTA failed...

Naxos Potato Growers Prepare to Enter Guinness Book of Records (video)

Naxos potato growers are preparing to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the largest quantity of potatoes served, during the 8th Potato Festival...