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.
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Second-generation migrants who are living as stateless citizens in Greece have claimed they have no say in their own future, ahead of the European elections.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said demanding reparations is "a historic and moral duty and a duty in memory of the heroes of the past."
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The Greek cabinet has approved an 11% increase in the minimum wage to 650 euros a month from February 1, with 600,000 workers expected to benefit
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.
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.
Turkey's president tells the Greek press that ties are no longer negative as he starts a two-day visit in Athens.
Striking refuse workers in Greece have staged further protests in a bitter dispute over jobs and short-term contracts.
The near two week walkout
Former prime miniser Konstantinos Mitsotakis has been remembered at a service in Athens.
The 98-year-old conservative whose political career
Greeks have paid their respects to former Prime Minister Constantinos Mitsotakis with a service at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Athens.
One of Greece’s best-known veteran politicians, Constantinos Mitsotakis, has died at the age of 98.
The former prime minister had a career that
In Greece, lawmakers have voted for another round of austerity and cuts, which they hope will encourage Eurozone leaders to release a further bailout funds But the decision is an unpopular…
More pension cuts and tax hikes are on the way in Greece, after the country’s parliament approved a new round of austerity.
The Greek government is set to get to further rescue funds from international lenders in return for future austerity measures that it hopes to offset.
At first gaze, they are unlikely bedfellows.
In Greece, trade union organisers and workers marched as part of a national 24-hour strike.
Greece is feeling the first wave of 2017's refugee harvest, but camps on its Aegean islands are already full and the country is ill-prepared to take any more people without help.
Thousands of elderly Greeks have taken to the streets of Athens to protest against further pension cuts currently being negotiated.
The European Union is turning 60.
Business Line assesses the state of the Greek economy as eurozone finance ministers agree to the next step on releasing further bailout loans.
EU Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici says a crucial Greek bailout review is making progress, but more steps are needed.
Queues stretched down the street outside Athens banks on Thursday, as pensioners waited to collect their Christmas bonus payments from the government.
Greece has snubbed its international lenders and legislated plans to give low-income pensioners a pre-Christmas payoff.