Calamos Supports Greece

Reuters

Three Out of Four Greeks Do Not Trust the News, Reuters Study Suggests

The Digital News Report 2019, compiled by the Reuters Institute was published on Wednesday, revealing some interesting facts about the attitude Greeks have toward their country's media. The report includes the findings of surveys conducted in 38 countries across the...

Greek Photojournalist Wins Pulitzer Prize

Reuters photojournalist Alkis Konstantinidis has just won the Pulitzer Prize in the "Breaking News Photography" category along with other photographers of the multimedia news provider. Reuters photographers Mike Blake, Lucy Nicholson, Loren Elliott, Edgard Garrido, Adrees Latif, Goran Tomasevic, Kim...

World-Renowned Photojournalist Yannis Behrakis Dies at 58

Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Yannis Behrakis has died, the Greek Reporter has learned. According to family members, Behrakis was battling cancer and died of the disease in Athens, Greece on March 2. He was 58 years old. One of the best...

Reuters: Greece Considers Bond Swap as Looks to Bailout Exit

Greece is considering swapping 20 small bond issues for four or five new ones, government sources said, as it prepares to exit its international bailout, and resume normal financing operations, Reuters reports. The government is considering a swap that would...

IMF Denies Reports That it Would Play Special Advisory Role in Greek Bailout

Gerry Rice, Head of the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Communication Office, denied a report by Reuters stating that the IMF would hold a special advisory role in Greece's bailout. The report cited two IMF sources pointing to a new...

Yannis Behrakis: The Man Behind the Image

The Secretariat General for Media and Communication organized the event “The Man behind the image” in honor of the multi-award winning photojournalist Yannis Behrakis. Behrakis, has been a photojournalist with Reuters for the last 20 years. His work has been awarded...

Seven Greek Academics Among the Most Influential Scientific Minds in the World

Every year the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters announces the list of the world's most influential scientific minds, which includes scientists and researchers whose work had the most significant global impact. “We are pleased to recognize the...

Greece Pays 750-Million-Euro Installment to IMF

The Greek government paid the latest 750-million-euro installment to the International Monetary Fund, according to Reuters. The agency spoke with two Greek Finance Ministry officials who confirmed the news. "The order to pay the IMF has been executed," a senior...

Reuters: Greece Will Run Out of Money on April 9

The Greek government has reportedly warned its international creditors it will run out of money on April 9, if no new funds are made available before that date, regardless of an agreement reached over the proposed reforms list, Reuters...

Legal Experts: Greece Has Grounds for WWII Reparations

A growing number of legal experts are supporting Greece's demands over the German war reparations from the country's brutal Nazi occupation during World War II. Despite the official German refusal to address the issue, legal experts say now Athens...