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Two Years in Power: Ten Things George Papandreou Has or Hasn’t Changed

From crushing ruling Conservatives party two years ago, Papandreou’s poll numbers have suffered a dramatic slump turning the Greek PM into a contemporary Diogenes of Sinope who instead of strolling around with a lamp looking for an honest man, he’s desperately looking for his voters- if there’s anyone left that is[...]

Prime Minister Visits Financial Police

Prime minister George Papandreou urged the Greek Police financial and electronic crimes squads to "let no one off", during a visit to the General...

Hillary Clinton Congratulates Republic of Cyprus

US Secretary of State, Foreign Minister, Hillary Clinton in her statement on the occasion of the 51st anniversary of the Independence of the Republic...

Greece Sees a Half Trillion Dollar Deficit, More Taxes

ATHENS – As renters are asking for and getting lower rents and home sales and values are plummeting because of Greece's economic crisis, the...

Cyprus: President Receives Commission Report on Mari Blast

President of the Republic Demetris Christofias is responsible for allowing and keeping the Monchegorsk cargo in Cyprus and for approving its storage at the...

Greece Will Miss Its Deficit Targets Again

ATHENS - Wracked by recession, Greece will not meet deficit targets imposed by international lenders as a condition of a $152 billion bailout designed...

Riot Police Units Injure 8-Year-Old Girl on Sunday Rally

Greek public opinion is shocked after a father accused the units for the reinstatement of order (MAT) of having hurt his little daughter during a...

Immigration, Financial Crisis Threaten Border-Free Europe

As Europe scrambles to contain the financial crisis in the eurozone, another effort to deepen European unity is also being challenged, the Schengen passport-free...

IMF Chief Lagarde Says Patience Thin on Greece

As inspectors for international lenders returned to Athens to determine whether to release an $11 billion loan installment needed to keep the country from going bust, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said investors are weary of helping Greece. “If the Greeks do not want our advice[...]

European "Union": Goodnight and Good Luck, Greece

"You either keep your word and push the mid-term program immediately or you will not be given the next trench", said Troika officials to George Papandreou and Evangelos Venizelos. Surely it must[...]