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Eight More Suspicious Parcels Destined for Europe Found at Post Office

Eight more suspicious parcels, believed to contain explosives like the two packages sent to the German finance ministry and the Paris offices of the...

ND: Eurogroup Proves Government Deceived People; No Deal With Creditors

Monday’s Eurogroup proved that there is no agreement with the country’s lenders, despite the government’s “propaganda” which recently heralded the end of austerity, New...

Dijsselbloem: Progress Made With Greece and Creditors, Key Issues Remain

Progress has been made in the talks between Greece and its creditors but key issues remain, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday, during...

Eurogroup: Institutions Will Not Return to Athens, Negotiations Will Continue in Brussels

Monday's Eurogroup in Brussels confirms that the return of Greece's lenders to Athens is not likely; the new round of negotiations in Athens have...

Greek Director Withdraws Film From Theaters to Aid Police Investigation of Taxi-Driver’s Murder

Greek film director Sotiris Tsafoulias on Monday announced that he is withdrawing his film "Eteros Ego" (Other Me) from cinema theaters in order to...

Moscovici Expresses Hope that Eurogroup Will Signal Swift Conclusion of Greece’s 2nd Review

  Arriving for a Eurogroup meeting in Brussels on Monday, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici expressed hope that it would send...

Eleven Wineries From Crete Travel to Düsseldorf’s ‘ProWein’ Exhibition

  Eleven wineries from Crete are participating in the biggest international wine exhibition held in Düsseldorf, “ProWein,” between March 19-21. The wineries that are participating are...

ELPE Pleased With Signing of Exploration Rights Deal for Ionian Block

Greece's biggest oil refiner, Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE), said on Friday, it is satisfied with the signing of an exploration rights deal for an offshore...

Mitsotakis: ‘The Country Is in Limbo and About to Become a Pariah’

For months now, the government has generated nothing but insecurity and uncertainty in Greece, main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Friday, in a...

1.6 Billion Euros in New Tax Arrears Created in January

  According to figures released on Thursday by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue, taxpayer's expired debts are quickly rising. Greeks created new tax arrears of...