The Greek capital saw a third day of rallies as the parliament prepared to vote on a series of reforms including tax hikes and pension cuts. Athens is hoping to push through the reforms required by th
Eurozone finance ministers say there has been progress on a deal between Greece and its lenders but there is still some way to go.
Greece and the troika of international lenders are moving closer to a deal on a review of bailout reforms, which could free up more aid to help the cash strapped country.
‘Links’ is Greek choreographer Andonis Foniadakis’ latest dance project. It’s currently on at the Greek National Opera, where Foniadakis takes over
And they keep on coming. Despite the closure at the country’s northern border, refugees continue to flood into Greece. At least 2,000 more arrived
Thousands of Greek farmers protested against controversial pension reform plans on Saturday (February 13). Many spent Friday night camped out in
Youths clashed with police in Athens on Thursday, throwing fire bombs and stones as tens of thousands of people marched through the capital
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams share a selection of local stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the
US secretary of state is visiting the Athens. John Kerry met with the Greek foreign minister to discuss security after last month’s Paris attacks
A Greek newspaper is reporting that Athens and its international lenders have agreed a new set of measures the country must approve by next months to
A bomb has exploded in central Athens near the offices of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises, damaging cars and nearby buildings. A telephoned
On the streets of Athens the crack of tear gas being fired echoed in the city. The clashes erupted between police and anti-austerity protesters many
Local hope Christophoros Merroussis produced a superb display to clinch the 33rd edition of the Athens Authentic Marathon which gives runners a
Michael Skibbe has been appointed the new coach of Greece, the Greek Football Federation (EPO) announced on Thursday.
The 50-year-old German, who
Greek MPs vote yes to the latest cash-for-reforms deal, but trade union leaders vow to fight to overthrow the measures.
Follow euronews’ live updates for the snap legislative election in Greece. Will Tsipras manage to hold on to power, or will the conservatives get
There has been a show of support across Europe for migrants and refugees. In Athens, hundreds marched through the city, chanting slogans urging the
The new Greek caretaker government has been sworn in as the country prepares for early elections next month: the third time it has gone to the polls
With Europe facing a migration crisis, we talk to Dimitris Avramopoulos, Greece’s European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship
A cruise ship has brought hundreds of migrants from Syria to Europe’s southern border. Syrian refugee ship arrives on Greek mainland, migrants move
Greek police have been working round the clock to register the thousands of Syrian refugees who have been stuck on the island after arriving from Turkey.
A park in central Athens has turned makeshift camp for hundreds of migrants. Around 500 refugees have set up in the shade of the trees of Pedion tou
After a Black Monday, it is proving to be a tumultuous Tuesday on the Athens Stock Exchange. Stocks were down 4.5 percent in early trade, a day after
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday called for his Syriza party to hold an emergency congress next month to overcome divisions but said a
Agreeing to reform the judiciary and banking systems was a key step for Greece. Talks can now start with international creditors on the country’s
Forest fires which ravaged Greece on Friday are now under control, however, the damage they have wreaked on the crisis-striken country is taking its