London: Europe Day Celebrations with Greek Touch

This year’s Europe Day was celebrated in London with a concert by the European Union Youth Orchestra held in St John's church on May 9...

Breaking: Angela Merkel Signs $300 Billion War Reparation Check to Greece

The members of the German Bundestag were shocked as Angela Merkel changed completely her stance on Greece and announced that Germany will pay in installments to debt-ridden country close to 300 billion euros for war reparations.

The Greek Anti-Labour Austerity Reforms Condemned

After the Council of Europe last month, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) considers that the measures adopted by Greece under pressure from the Troika...

EU Wants Quotas On Greek Migrants

The European partners of Greece are recommending tougher measures to limit how many Greeks and Balkan residents can migrate to other countries in search...

Rehn: Things Still Difficult for Greek Citizens

A few days after the postponing of the discussion for the Greek debt for “some moment in the next summer,” European Commissioner for Economic...

EU Says Asylum Processing Has Slowed Nearly to a Standstill

The European Union says its asylum processing is so clogged with foreign migrants seeking refuge that it would take a year to process all...

European Commission President Juncker Visits Cyprus

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will travel to Cyprus this week (Thursday 16 July and Friday 17 July) at the invitation of President Nikos...

EURES: EU Job Tool Relaunched; 1,400 Jobs Available in Greece

The new, improved version of EURES, the online recruitment platform by the European Commission was released.  EURES' main objective is to offer the best services to those who...

BBC: Pity the Greeks

Greek households are undergoing such pressure that many families seek for the financial support of their grandparents, says Gavin Hewitt in his article for...

Mouskouri Asks Schaeuble to Show Patience With Greece

Renowned singer Nana Mouskouri  met with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in Berlin, not to talk about music, but the economic crisis besetting her...