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Greece may seek to ease its debt burden by renegotiating its bailout terms, the Greek finance minister said on Monday. Yannis Stournaras told German newspaper Handelsblatt this could involve lower interest payments and more time to repay 240bn euros (
The Fresno Bee Organizers of the Fresno Greek Fest planned for more people and more hungry bellies this year, but they were caught off guard when a packed crowd on the second day of festivities swallowed up a dessert and then some meat. A 1:45 a.m.
Debt Crisis Europe Workplace The theory is nonsense, for Greece is the crisis Ms. Merkel wants as she and her Christian Democrats go to the polls on Sept. 22. The next Greek bailout will be a classic fudge consistent with her European policy,
Titled "Seeking the Ancient Beauty," the 95-piece exhibit will open Sept. 12 and run until Jan. 8...Garrick was spending the holiday with a longtime friend in Greece and presented him a piece of his art: a detail shot of an ancient statue, printed on
One of the ways Greece plans to dig itself out of debt is through the sale of state-owned assets. But that effort has been beset by missteps, and on Monday the government's privatization agency was looking for a new chairman for the second time in
The night David Bogenberger died, he and 18 other pledges drank several four-ounce glasses of vodka in rapid succession, but their "Greek parents" decided against calling for medical help and told others not to, too. Instead, the fraternity leaders
Greece Visitors to the Greek resort of Santorini are facing candlelit dinners with warm beer after a power station fire left the entire island without electricity at the peak of the tourist season. Greece's power network administrator said Tuesday'
The head of Cyprus's central bank said on Tuesday the upheaval of an international bailout in March could have been avoided if the island nation had petitioned for aid earlier. Panicos Demetriades also chided bankers for accumulating large amounts of
South East Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned at the Greek authorities apparent denial of entry to a certain number of journalists. Republic of Macedonia (ROM) have been denied entry to Greece. Kostovska
President Obama Thursday welcomed Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to the White House, saying "jobs and growth" must be the Mediterranean nation's focus. "The friendship, the bonds between the United States and Greece are as deep and as broad as