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Rioting has broken out in Greece on the first anniversary of the police shooting of a teenage boy.
In Athens shops and banks were vandalised and
Authorities in Greece are preparing for a wave of protests on the first anniversary of the fatal police shooting of a 15-year old boy.
The Greek government is set to deploy 6,000 police on the streets of Athens today in a bid to avoid a repeat of last year’s riots.
Several weeks of
New York based photographer Philip Tsiaras presents ‘Superreal’ a new exhibition at the Museum of Photography in Thessaloniki, Greece. Over 200
With the motto “Why cinema now?” the Greek city of Thessaloniki celebrated its 50th International Film Festival. It was an occasion to think about
The 50th Thessaloniki International Film Festival has wound up after ten days of screenings that had been threatened by a boycott.
The theme this
Violence erupted on the streets of central Athens on Tuesday night with up to 13 policemen reportedly injured, one seriously.
Hundreds of youths
Six police officers and a passer-by have been wounded in a gun attack on a police station in Athens. One of the officers is in serious condition
In a ceremony in Ancient Olympia in Greece, the Olympic flame has been lit with the sun’s rays, and the torch relay to Vancouver has begun. It is the
Greece’s new socialist government has been sworn-in in a solemn ceremony in Athens.
Prime Minister George Papandreou’s appointments to key
Greece’s new Prime Minister Georges Papandreou has wasted no time naming his economy and finance ministers, as he faces a ballooning deficit and
He has won a landslide election victory and been invited to form Greece’s next government but, for George Papandreou, the real hard work lies ahead
Members of Greece’s immigrant community have taken to the streets to celebrate the Socialist victory in the country’s snap election.
Outgoing Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis has admitted defeat in the Greek elections and resigned as leader of the New Democracy Party.
Greece’s Socialists have won Sunday’s election with enough seats to form a government and oust Costas Karamanlis’ New Democracy Party. George
Analysts have been highlighting the scale of the challenges facing George Papandreou and the incoming socialist government.
Euronews got the
Voting continues in Greece for a new government, with the country’s leaders casting their ballots.
Recent opinion polls suggest the conservative
The Greeks go to the polls today in a general election that could see the Socialists make a comeback. They have a six-point lead in opinion polls
Greek voters go to the polls on Sunday, to choose a new government.
Surveys suggest the conservative Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and his
With only five days before Greece goes to the polls, Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis has promised tough economic measures to deal with Greece’s
Greek opposition socialist leader George Papandreou has said he will try to improve relations with Turkey, if he wins the snap election being held on
The leader of the socialist opposition in Greece has promised to weed out corruption and make citizens believe in the government again, if he wins
In Greece the country is gearing for a snap election.
It’s a high stakes gamble for Conservative Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis who is
Greece is preparing itself for up to a month of political campaigning following its prime minister’s decision to call and early election.