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Greek Prime Minister Talks to Al Jazeera

Prime Minister, George Papandreou, states in an interview with Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips in Athens, that the measures taken are painful but necessary. George Papandreou,...

American Writer Foresaw Current Turmoil in Greece

American Jeffrey Siger (photo) lives on the Greek island of Mykonos and writes fast-paced mystery thrillers. His books explore serious societal issues confronting...

Greece: Another general strike on May 20

Greek workers on Wednesday called a 24-hour general strike for May 20, the latest in a series of protests against planned pension cuts linked...

Tourism is one of the key areas for Greece’s early recovery

In an interview last Friday May 7th, Professor Dimitrios Buhalis (foto) from Bournemouth University said it is inevitable that prospective travelers to Greece worry...

Greek community fears for tourism hit in wake of Athens riots

MELBOURNE’S Greek community fears tourists will stay away from their homeland after this week’s riots in Athens. The Federal Government’s Smart Traveller website urges Australians...

Greece: The full new economic measures

Greece's finance minister outlined deep spending cuts and tax increases Sunday to free up a multi-billion-euro rescue by the International Monetary Fund and European...

Greek strike to ground flights

A sweeping strike is set to cripple Greece on Thursday in the second such protest in a fortnight against debt-driven austerity measures. Government offices, public...

The day the immigrants went away

On the initiative of several advocacy groups in France, Italy, Spain and Greece, immigrant workers are being encouraged to avoid buying anything on 1st...

Antigone vs. the world

Jean Anouilh wrote Antigone in code. His version of the Sophoclean tragedy about the princess who defied temporal authority in the name of an...