Violence-ridden Greek football in danger of 'Grexit': FIFA
World football body FIFA on Wednesday said Greece's violence-ridden championship was on the "edge of a cliff" and Greek clubs faced exclusion from international competition unless authorities took rapid action.
Greece says gets green light for more bailout funds
Greece said Friday that EU experts have approved a fresh cash injection under its bailout loan programme which is due to wrap up later this year. The Greek finance ministry said in a statement that the 5.7 billion euros ($7.0 billion) should be disbursed in mid-March following approval by lawmakers in several eurozone countries. The…
If You're Ever In Greece, You Should Check These Places Out
Greece is one of the oldest countries in the world and it's no surprise that it was once the pinnacle of civilization in the world. With its ancient ruins, sunny beaches and whitewashed villages, it's no surprise that this ancient city is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world. If you ever find…
Bomb rocks Greek courthouse amid foreclosures row
A bomb exploded early Friday outside one of Greece's main courthouses, causing material damage but no injuries, with police suspecting a far-left group of setting it off to protest property foreclosures sought by debt-laden banks.
Greek flooding toll reaches 19, as more bodies found
Greek police and emergency workers rescued three bodies in flood-hit areas west of Athens on Saturday, bringing the death toll since Wednesday to 19.
5 Incredible Things To Do In Santorini, Greece
Santorini is one of the most heavily visited of the Greek Isle destinations, and Santorinians are known for their friendliness toward travelers. Your first order of business in Santorini should be to hit the colourful beaches — the black and red sands make for a memorable visit. Next up, indulge in the archaeological delights of…
Greece leaves EU's deficit sin bin
The EU turned a page on the eurozone debt crisis Monday as it formally removed Greece from its excessive deficit procedure, the bloc's penalty box for overspending by member states.
Visit The Croissant Shaped Island
Santorini sits in the Aegean Sea, halfway between Athens and Crete.The island is shaped like a croissant, although Santorini was once circular. It was known as Strongili (the Round One). Thousands of years ago a colossal volcanic eruption caused the centre of Strongili to sink, leaving a caldera with towering cliffs along the east side.…
Large wildfire raging near coastal Athens homes
A wildfire was raging Monday on the coastal front of Athens, officials said, with summer homes under threat and a local village evacuated.
Nearly 80 injured in Turkey by quake
Almost 80 people were injured in the Turkish resort of Bodrum after a magnitude 6.7 earthquake shook the Dodecanese Islands in Greece and the Aegean coast of Turkey, local media reported Friday.