Legal Battle over Prince Philip Will
British newspaper The Guardian is seeking to take legal action over the Prince Philip will, after the High Court decided to exclude media from the hearings
Guardian: Cyprus Selling EU Citizenship to Super-Rich Russians and Ukrainians
The Guardian newspaper has revealed that a number of Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs have obtained Cypriot, and therefore European citizenship, in exchange for billions in investment. The British paper says it has in its possession a leaked list of names...
The Guardian: 'Greece Can't Pay, Won't Pay'
The “cold war atmosphere” that prevails in the European front, particularly between the Greek government and its creditors is described in a bleak manner in Greek and foreign media. Greece was once again on the front page of various...
SYRIZA MP: Greek Austerity Cannot End Within the Euro Zone
SYRIZA MP Costas Lapavitsas wrote an article in The Guardian claiming that austerity in Greece will not end as long as the country remains in the euro zone. Lapavitsas is an economics professor at London's School of Oriental and African...
Foreign Media Reports on Greece-Eurogroup Debate
German media noted that the atmosphere in the emergency Eurogroup meeting on February 11 was hostile but also modest, while most international news agencies state that there is hope that Europe and Greece will come to an agreement in...
International Media Covers SYRIZA's Win
SYRIZA’s win at the Greek elections of January 2015 has made it to the front cover of several large and small international news agencies. Others describe it as a “victory over austerity,” or a “historical victory for Greece ’s...
Guardian: SYRIZA Win Could Help Put an End to Austerity in EU
A SYRIZA win in the predicted Greek snap elections can trigger changes that may put an end to austerity throughout Europe, says a Guardian article. "If the radical leftist party SYRIZA does indeed triumph in a possible snap poll in the...
Contemporary Greek History in Graffiti
The walls of Athens recount Greece's contemporary history as graffiti artists share their views and observations using spray cans. In an interesting photo report, The Guardian visited Athens and collected several graffiti art works that tell the story of a country in...
Guardian: Athenians Once Enjoying an Ordinary Life, Now Homeless
The Guardian, England's leading newspaper, has recently featured a story by contributor Jon Henley, who walked the streets of Athens and described what he experienced, finding that the homelessness issue in Athens remains more visible now than ever before. Henley met some of...
Alamuddin Tours the Acropolis Museum
Tourists gathered outside the Acropolis Museum today to give a warm welcome to Amal Alamuddin-Clooney, the human rights lawyer who arrived to Greece on Monday to help the Greek Government establish the proper legal framework to re-claim the Parthenon...