17/10/2014

Kouvelis testifies in bribery investigation

16/10/2014

Greek PM tries to restore calm after market upheaval

16/10/2014

Probe into alleged plan to bribe MPs begins

15/10/2014

Tsipras and Kammenos seal pact on NPLs, vote

15/10/2014

PM meets with Amal Clooney, in Greece for Parthenon Marbles bid

13/10/2014

Government in revival exercise

13/10/2014

Samaras to meet Alamuddin Clooney on Wednesday for Parthenon Marbles

10/10/2014

Main opposition MP attacks coalition on all energy fronts

09/10/2014

Clashes in Parliament as vote of confidence debate begins

09/10/2014

UN Cyprus envoy calls on Nicosia, Ankara not to dismiss talks

08/10/2014

Prosecutor rejects request by jailed GD MPs to attend vote of confidence

07/10/2014

Cyprus suspends peace talks with Turkey

07/10/2014

Leftist Syriza seeks to appease business community fears

06/10/2014

Samaras submits confidence vote request, ballot due on Friday

06/10/2014

Samaras, Anastasiades talk after Turkey makes move on Cypriot EEZ

03/10/2014

EC president Juncker meets Samaras in Athens

02/10/2014

Samaras to seek confidence vote in bid to rally coalition

01/10/2014

Immigration Commissioner denounces ‘Fortress Europe’ at hearing

01/10/2014

Incoming EC President Jean-Claude Juncker to visit Athens

30/09/2014

Greece, Cyprus and Egypt to seek closer ties through trilateral talks

30/09/2014

Commissioner-designate Avramopoulos to face 3 hour interview on EU’s migration portfolio

26/09/2014

Clash over civil servants’ evaluation intensifies

25/09/2014

Former New Democracy chiefs to show unity by attending party celebrations

24/09/2014

Greece may opt for unusual president to avoid snap polls, Venizelos says

24/09/2014

New Attica governor blocks staff evaluation

22/09/2014

Venizelos denies jihadis are being trained in Greece

19/09/2014

Samaras heads to Azerbaijan for two-day visit

18/09/2014

PM hopes for boost from Merkel meeting next week

17/09/2014

A SYRIZA victory would spark a bank run, PM warns

16/09/2014

Greece will not become Weimar, Samaras says