Greece's Parliament approved an emergency bill Sunday to pave the way for thousands of public sector layoffs.
Greek officials have promised swift punishment for three strawberry plantation foremen who allegedly shot and injured 29 Bangladeshi labourers.
A bomb exploded outside a ship owner's house near the Acropolis in central Athens on Wednesday night.
Torrential rainfall in Greece's capital Friday crippled traffic, inundated basements and streets, and was blamed for the death of woman.
Tens of thousands of anti-austerity demonstrators took to the streets of Athens as unemployment approaches 30 percent.
About 40 masked attackers raided the facilities of a prospective gold mine in northern Greece, setting machinery and offices alight.
Police say they now arrest an average of four metal thieves every day, compared to a few cases every month before the crisis started in late 2009.
The latest incident in a string of violent attacks in Athens wounded two people and forced the evacuation of 200.
A gunman has fired a spray of bullets at the headquarters of the governing center-right New Democracy party near central Athens.
An empty 10m-long lifeboat from a Greek cargo ship has been retrieved off western Southland.
Albania celebrated 100 years of independence with a military parade, festive cavalcades and a 16.3-tonne cake.
BERL chief economist Ganesh Nana talks to Firstline about Greece's next instalment of bailout money.
EU nations that use the euro have struck an agreement with the IMF on a program to reduce Greek debt.
For the third time in two weeks, finance ministers from the EU are trying to strike a deal on the next instalment of bailout money for struggling Greece.
A top European Central Bank official says he hopes eurozone countries will clear the way Monday for Greece to receive its next aid installment.
European Union officials will make a fresh try to reach agree on desperately needed bailout loans for Greece - after they were unable to do so last week.
The 17-country eurozone has fallen back into recession for the first time in three years with the fallout from felt from Amsterdam to Athens.
Hundreds of thousands of Europe's beleaguered citizens have gone on strike demanding that governments stop cutting benefits and jobs.
Greece has raised €4.06b from the sale of short-term treasury bills, which that will help it make a crucial debt repayment at the end of the week.
Greece's international creditors are proposing granting the country two more years to meet its debt reduction targets.
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