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The slight decline of bank deposits last month, despite the strong tourism season, and the upcoming shift of all general government entities’ cash to...

Government officials were upbeat on Thursday about the progress of negotiations with foreign bailout monitors, noting that any issues that have arisen have been...

Outgoing German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble would not like to have imposed the tough measures implemented in Greece on Germany but insists they were...

Greece and Britain have been tied together from the war of independence to today. British fought on the side of Greeks in 1821 and...

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu urged Greece on Tuesday to not become a “safe haven” for plotters of last year’s coup attempt, citing the...

Almost three in every five jobless Greeks have been out of work for a year or more, even though the overall number of people...

Ethnic Greeks in Himara are to hold a rally on Monday to protest a decision by Albanian authorities to demolish several homes belonging to...

As dozens of migrants continue to land daily on the shores of eastern Aegean islands, and tensions rise in reception centers, local communities are...

Figures released by the Greek Finance Ministry on Monday showed a fiscal gap widening by around 2.4 billion euros after the government paid out...

An official says work on an electric cable linking the power grids of Israel, Cyprus and Greece is on track to start in the...