ATHENS: At least twelve migrants including four children died early Friday after their inflatable boat sank off a western Greek island in the Ionian Sea,
ATHENS: A new round of cuts in debt-hit Greece’s troubled health sector could cause irreversible damage to the country’s already struggling public healthcare, insiders warn.
ATHENS: Greece received a vote of confidence from international creditors over progress in overhauling its stricken economy — and a fresh injection of cash from
ATHENS (AFP) – (AFP) – Data released last week showed Greece entered its sixth straight year of recession, but there is now cautious optimism about
Athens: The Greek prosecution service has questioned two finance ministry officials close to former socialist finance minister George Papaconstantinou, who is caught up in a
Athens: Greece’s biggest lender National Bank on Friday said it had posted a nine-month loss of 2.45 billion euros ($3.2 billion) while number two Alpha
BRUSSELS (AFP) – (AFP) – Greece’s unrelenting debt drama tops the agenda Monday when Eurozone finance ministers discuss whether Athens has met conditions set by
ATHENS (AFP) – (AFP) – Greece’s government faces another test on Sunday when lawmakers vote on the 2013 budget just days after narrowly passing a