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Euro Zone, IMF Eye Compromise to Unblock Loans for Greece

Euro zone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund are likely to strike a compromise on Greece on Thursday, paving …

Despite Economic Problems, Greece's Tourism Looking Good In 2017

The past few years have been tough ones for the Greek economy and for its tourism industry. As a traveler who has written …

Greece denies bailout claim

Greece denies a German newspaper report claiming it is considering opting out of receiving more bailout money if lenders can't …

Greece warns recovery threatened if debt deal is blocked at next talks

Greece on Monday issued a panic warning that its recovery would be thrown into doubt if Brussels blocked a debt deal at the …

Greece's Energean Signs First Deal to Supply Gas to Israel

Energean Oil & Gas Group signed contracts to supply private Israeli power plants with natural gas, the first deals to compete …

Evidence points to Greece and Bulgaria as birthplaces of mankind

A recent discovery has the potential to debunk experts' belief that human lineage first split from apes and started in Africa.

No bailout funds for Greece as eurozone finance chiefs fail to agree deal

Eurozone finance ministers have failed to agree a debt relief plan for Greece, raising the prospect of a summer crisis for …

Once again, Greece has Europe's finance ministers tied in knots

Greece will receive billions of euros to repay the institutions it has borrowed money from in time for a crucial July deadline, …

Greece urges creditors to strike new debt relief deal


Greece has urged its creditors to agree to a new debt relief deal in talks that could pave the way for the release of vital …

Tax authorities to chase undeclared properties in Greece


Finance Ministry inspectors are about to start seeking out the owners of undeclared properties, while the law will be amended …

Greece adopts more austerity measures in bailout bid


Greece's parliament has approved a new package of austerity measures needed to release the next instalment of its multi-…

Greece and China sign 3-year action plan for railroads, ports and airports 2


Greece and China signed a “three-year action plan” for joint projects over the weekend that will see Greece claim a share …

Greece slides back into recession at start of 2017


Greece slid back into recession in the first quarter in 2017 amid months of wrangling between Athens and its creditors …


Nick Kalikajaros 2017