International uproar after life sentences to six Turkish journalists

Two of the convicted were accused of sending coded messages on television programme to plot coup against Erdogan

International uproar after life sentences to six Turkish journalists

A Turkish court on Friday sentenced six journalists, including two prominent brothers, to life in jail for aiding plotters of a 2... Περισσότερα»

Clear evidence of effort to sink Hellenic Coast Guard patrol boat

Athens has the evidence that proves the exact positions and movements of the two vessels

Clear evidence of effort to sink Hellenic Coast Guard patrol boat

Video shot from the Hellenic Coast Guard patrol boat “Gavdos” proves that the Turkish Coast Guard ship was rushing to ram it in t... Περισσότερα»

Government flatly rejects message of massive Macedonian naming rallies

The two sides have both publicly agreed to a composite name, which will attach a geographic marker to the name Macedonia

Government flatly rejects message of massive Macedonian naming rallies

Government spokeman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said that the government “sharply disagrees” with the message of the recent, massive r... Περισσότερα»

Unthwarted by Turkey, ExxonMobil to ply ahead with Cyprus oil, gas exploration

Turkish warships have at the moment blockaded the island to prevent a drill sent by Italy’s biggest energy company, ENI

Unthwarted by Turkey, ExxonMobil to ply ahead with Cyprus oil, gas exploration

The American energy giant ExxonMobil is signaling its intention to ply ahead with oil and gas exploration in the Republic of Cypr... Περισσότερα»

Samaras claims in lawsuit Tsipras set up criminal ring to slander him

Samaras claims in lawsuit Tsipras set up criminal ring to slander him

In an unprecedented move, ex-PM Antonis Samaras has filed a lawsuit against Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Corruption Prosecutor ... Περισσότερα»

PM warns Ankara not to play games with Greece

Tsipras made clear that Athens will not tolerate and challenges to its national sovereignty and territorial integrity

PM warns Ankara not to play games with Greece

Just days after a Turkish Coast Guard ship rammed the Hellenic Coast Guard ship “Gavdos”, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited t... Περισσότερα»

Athens downplays shadowing of Greek warships by Turkish frigate Barbaros

Hellenic Defence Ministry sources said that it is not the first time that Turkish warships have monitored Greek military manoeuvres.

Athens downplays shadowing of Greek warships by Turkish frigate Barbaros

The Greek Pentagon and the Hellenic Navy are downplaying the shadowing of Greek frigates taking part in a military exercise named... Περισσότερα»

Turkish clash with Italy’s ENI in Cyprus’ EEZ crucial for oil, gas exploration

If Turkey succeeds in blocking ENI now, that will have much broader implications for Cyprus' energy programme

Turkish clash with Italy’s ENI in Cyprus’ EEZ crucial for oil, gas exploration

The stand-off between Ankara and the Italian energy giant ENI in Cyprus’ EEZ is viewed by Turkey as a crash test in its efforts t... Περισσότερα»

Juncker denounces Turkish aggressive actions after Imia, Cyprus incidents

'The Russian Federation expresses its concern about the situation prevailing in Cyprus’ EEZ'

Juncker denounces Turkish aggressive actions after Imia, Cyprus incidents

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker today expressed his complete opposition to Turkish moves that have escalated te... Περισσότερα»

Pyatt summoned to Ankara as Tillerson begins talks with Turkish leaders

It is unclear if Pyatt's invitation to Ankara came after Monday’s move by the Turkish Coast Guard to ram a Greek Coast Guard ship

Pyatt summoned to Ankara as Tillerson begins talks with Turkish leaders

The fact that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will be visiting Turkey on 15-16 February for talks with President Recep Tayyip... Περισσότερα»

US tells Greece, Turkey to sort it out on their own after Imia incident

Barrage of 52 Turkish violations of Greek airspace in the northeastern, central, and southeastern Aegean

US tells Greece, Turkey to sort it out on their own after Imia incident

Amidst an escalation of tension by Ankara in the Aegean and heightened tensions between Ankara and Washington over Turkey’s Syria... Περισσότερα»

Ankara digs in its heels over Imia, denies Greek demarche

Turkish foreign ministry blames near deadly incident surrounding Imia islets on the Hellenic Coast Guard, claims sovereignty over Imia

Ankara digs in its heels over Imia, denies Greek demarche

A Turkish foreign ministry statement today blamed yesterday’s near deadly incident surrounding the Imia islets on the Hellenic Co... Περισσότερα»

Tsipras, Yildirim talks amidst Aegean, Cyprus tensions

Tsipras, Yildirim talks amidst Aegean, Cyprus tensions

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Turkish counterpart, Binali Yildirim discussed yesterday’s incident around the Imia islets ... Περισσότερα»

EU calls Turkey to task after Turkish Coast guard rams Greek ship

'We reiterate the need for Turkey to commit unequivocally to good neighbourly relations and avoid any kind of source of friction'

EU calls Turkey to task after Turkish Coast guard rams Greek ship

The spokesman for the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas, said today that the Commision is closely monitoring the tensions i... Περισσότερα»

Strong Greek response as Ankara escalates Aegean tensions

Turkish Ambassador to Athens Halit Cevik called in to the Greek foreign ministry

Strong Greek response as Ankara escalates Aegean tensions

“Ankara is obliged to cease its violations of international and its actions which do not contribute to developing relations betwe... Περισσότερα»

 Red alert as Turkey pushes the envelope around Greek Imia islets

The Turkish Coast Guard ship “UMUT” attempted to ram in its centre the Greek Coast Guard ship “Gavdos” east of the Greek rock islets of Imia

Red alert as Turkey pushes the envelope around Greek Imia islets

The Turkish Coast Guard ship “UMUT” attempted to ram in its centre the Greek Coast Guard ship “Gavdos” east of the Greek rock isl... Περισσότερα»

The slow wheels of the Greek justice system

World Bank data show that to adjudicate a case in Greece, it takes on average 1,580 days, or about four years, one of the worst records in the Council of Europe

The slow wheels of the Greek justice system

By Mina Moustaka What is the oldest, but for years unsolved, problem of the Greek justice system, the repercussions of which h... Περισσότερα»

Bank of Greece: Security, benefits from precautionary credit line

Stournaras said that Greece has a way to go before securing permanent funding from the markets, after the end of the current programme.

Bank of Greece: Security, benefits from precautionary credit line

The Governor of the Bank of Greece, Yannis Stournaras, has reiterated his support for a precautionary EU credit line after Greece... Περισσότερα»

Leventis to US Ambassador: Give Skopje incentives to abandon name Macedonia

'In return, the state of Skopje, in a show of good faith, will accept a name without the word Macedonia. It can be called Skopje'

Leventis to US Ambassador: Give Skopje incentives to abandon name Macedonia

The president of the small Centrists Union Party, Vasilis Leventis, discussed developments in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Mac... Περισσότερα»

Tsipras: 23 bn euros lost between 2000-2010 from drug rackets

PM announces lawsuit, parliamentary preliminary criminal investigation of allegations of politicians receiving kickbacks in the Novartis scandal

Tsipras: 23 bn euros lost between 2000-2010 from drug rackets

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a speech today asked his parliamentary group to vote for a parliamentary preliminary criminal in... Περισσότερα»

ELSTAT: Rise in Greece’s industrial production

A 4.1 percent rise in the country’s industrial production was reported by the Hellenic Statistical Authority in an announcement today.

ELSTAT: Rise in Greece’s industrial production

A 4.1 percent rise in the country’s industrial production was reported by the Hellenic Statistical Authority in an announcement t... Περισσότερα»

Moscovici supports post-bailout debt relief linked with growth

Moscovici said that Greece has gone 80-90 percent of the way towards becoming a 'normal country' in the EU

Moscovici supports post-bailout debt relief linked with growth

The European Union’s Economy and Finance Commissioner, Pierre Moscovici, expressed confidence in Greece’s path toward growth and ... Περισσότερα»

Turkish military officer files suit in Greek Council of State over asylum

The officer is requesting that the High Court reinstate his international protection

Turkish military officer files suit in Greek Council of State over asylum

A Turkish military officer, who has been charged in Turkey with participation in the July, 2016, abortive coup against Recep Tayy... Περισσότερα»

Moscovici says no new bailout memorandums will be needed

'The fact that Greece's public debt stands at almost 180% of GDP remains a problem that must be addressed decisively'

Moscovici says no new bailout memorandums will be needed

In an Athens on a two-day visit for talks with the government, Europe’s Rconomic and Financial Affairs Commissioner, Pierre Mosco... Περισσότερα»

Athens, Skopje Mayors co-author article on FYROM solution

Kaminis and Shilegov underline that the emotional reactions of citizens of both countries must be respected

Athens, Skopje Mayors co-author article on FYROM solution

Athens Mayor Yorgos Kaminis and the Mayor of Skopje, Petre Shilegov have co-authored an article supporting the ongoing efforts of... Περισσότερα»

Avramopoulos το explain Novartis 'plot' to Commission

Avramopoulos described the prosecutors’ evidentiary material as 'undocumented' and 'full of holes'

Avramopoulos το explain Novartis 'plot' to Commission

The European Union’s Commisioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, has announced that he will brief European Commssion Presid... Περισσότερα»

Polakis reveals three protected witnesses were Novartis employees

'I have proven with specific evidence, two years ago, that out of Greece’s 320 billion euro debt, 85 billion is black money paid in the health sector.

Polakis reveals three protected witnesses were Novartis employees

Amidst an outcry over the fact that two former prime ministers and eight ex-ministers have been implicated in a huge scandal on t... Περισσότερα»


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