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EU Official: Too Early for Greece to Speak of “Clean Exit” from Bailout Program

Declan Costello, the European Commission mission chief for Greece's bailout program, said on Tuesday that it is too early for Athens to speak of...

Fraport Greece Invests 30 Million for Kos Airport

Fraport Greece is to invest more than 30 million euros for the development of Kos "Hippocrates" International Airport. The plans unveiled by Fraport Greece include...

Belgium Also Checks Passports of Passengers from Greece

Three Greek Members of the European Parliament complained that they went through passport checks on flights from Athens to Brussels, right after Germany imposed...

Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Israel Back Gas Pipeline to Europe

Cyprus, Italy, Greece and Israel agreed on Tuesday to back the construction of a gas pipeline from newly discovered fields in the eastern Mediterranean,...

Tsipras at AmCham Conference: ‘The Hour of the Greek Economy has Arrived’

The hour of the Greek economy is here, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in his keynote speech at the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce annual...

More than 220 Christmas Events Planned in Athens

More than 220 events have been planned in the City of Athens for the 2017 holiday season, starting with the lighting of the Christmas...

Juventus Beats Olympiakos (video)

Juventus claimed a spot in the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday after comfortably seeing off Olympiakos 2-0 at the Georgios Karaiskakis...

Athens to “Pay” Once Again for Grigoropoulos’ Slaying by Greek Police

Greek police brace once again for the violence that is programmed to erupt this Wednesday, on the 9th anniversary of the slaying of teenager Alexandros...

BoG Governor Stournaras Warns: High Taxation a Danger for Greek Economy

High tax rates are a danger to economic activity in the country, Yannis Stournaras, the Bank of Greece's governor said on Tuesday. In a speech...

Disciplinary Action for Flushing the Toilet Live on Greek TV (video)

Four employees of the state broadcaster ERT were asked to appear in front of a disciplinary committee to explain how the sound of a...