Golden Dawn party denies a part in the murder of anti-fascist campaigner
Man admits to killing leftist hip-hop artist in the name of far-right party Golden Dawn
Greece has unlocked access to nearly €7 billion in European aid by sacking 25,000 public sector workers, in a move which has sparked a new surge of anti-austerity protests outside parliament.
EU finance inspector Olli Rehn calls for political unity to ensure wider austerity measures
Otto Rehhagel, the German football coach who led Greece to victory in the 2004 European Championships was unmasked as Chancellor Angela Merkel’s latest weapon in a campaign to restore Berlin’s tattered image in Greece and Cyprus.
The player's insistence that he did not know the meaning of the gesture seems ridiculous
A footballer has been handed a life ban from all national teams in Greece after he appeared to give a Nazi salute to supporters during a match.
There are some lovely things in it, and there's one riotous surge of profane comic energy, but a faint sense of disappointment lingers over this much-anticipated reunion of director Tom Morris and South Africa's Handspring Puppet Company, the team that conquered the world with the wondrous War Horse.
German Chancellor urged by her party not to increase bailout as Greece struggles to pay debts
With wages, pensions and healthcare under threat, protesters flood the streets of Athens
Prime Minister Samaras pleads for breathing space but has little room for manoeuvre
Greene looked like a man who had run into a nightmare – or a timewarp
As politicians wrangle, the daily reality of the eurozone crisis is driving Greeks to despair
The Olympic Flame was handed over to London today.
The 300 MPs elected in Greece's inconclusive May 6 ballot were sworn in today, including 21 from the right-wing Golden Dawn party.
What began with solidarity is ending in blackmail threats. Everyone associated with the acceptance of Greece into the eurozone knew that it had fiddled its budgetary figures to appear compliant with the terms of the Maastricht treaty that set up the euro; but this was thought of minor importance compared to the greater mystical truth of pan-European harmony via common banknotes. The non-compliant Italians had earlier been let in to the club for the same reason, so the argument went: why discriminate against our Greek cousins, descendants of the very inventors of democracy?