The main opposition New Democracy (ND) party looks poised to win the Greek parliamentary elections on July 7, but with the vote expected to be split between up to seven different parties, it may have to look for coalition partners.
Greek conservative leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is a leading contender to Alexis Tsipras. Mitsotakis said he wants to breathe new life into the economy and change the country’s image as Europe’s problem child after three bailouts since 2010.
Greece's president has approved a request by prime minister Alexis Tsipras to hold a snap election, just four months before the end of Tsipras's term.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called snap national elections after suffering a heavy defeat by the opposition conservatives in European Parliament elections on Sunday.
“They forced the helicopter I was on to manoeuvre low until Greek jets intercepted the forces violating our national air space,” Tsipras said.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Athens over a name deal with neighbouring Macedonia
Many Greeks have taken part in violent demonstrations, claiming "Macedonia is Greek."
Now that it looks certain the Greek parliament will ratify its neighbour's name change, the EU must help to transform the western Balkans by honouring its accession commitments to North Macedonia.
As Greece prepares for a confidence vote on Wednesday, here's what you need to know.
Panos Kammenos's Independent Greeks party objects to a deal reached with neighbouring FYR Macedonia over a long-standing name dispute.
The Greek Prime Minister speaks about austerity, debt, migration and much more in a wide-ranging interview with The Global Conversation.
Greek PM says Europe has created the environment for illiberalism to flourish.
Tsipras told Euronews that the Italian government displayed a conflicting attitude when it came to its treatment of migrant boats in the Mediterranian.
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says his country has undergone a modern Odyssey as it exits the bailout programme
Greece has now officially ended its third bailout agreement with the European Union. The country has received more than 260 billion euros since 2010 from the EU and the IMF, the biggest bailout in global financial history.
The family of a couple who lost their lives in the wildfires which swept through Greece’s Attica region last week have sued local authorities and the emergency services for their deaths.
The political gloves have come off in Greece amid a deepening row over the government’s response to the worst wildfires in recent history.
On Monday, a week after the fires broke out, hundreds of people attended a vigil in front of the Greek parliament. The government has announced an action plan, but people are asking how a disaster of this scale was possible and are demanding change.
Fires began a week ago in the coastal resort and Tsipras has been attacked by
opposition parties for the government's handling of the disaster.
Greece begins the painful task of burying the victims this weekend of a devastating wildfire near Athens which killed at least 88 people
Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says his country is committed to a joint European response on illegal migration, as EU leaders met in Brussels for an informal summit on the issue.
Greece’s Prime Minister has welcomed the decision by eurozone creditors to offer debt relief …. and marked the occasion by wearing a tie.
The Greek Government has survived a vote of no confidence but demonstrators took part in angry protests over a deal with Macedonia
An MP from Greece's neo-fascist party caused uproar after calling on the military to arrest the president, prime minister and defence minister.
The protesters were gathered in the island's main port as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is due to speak at a conference
Workers pour out bags of coal in front of parliament in opposition to sale of power plants