The Public Debt Management Agency on Wednesday auctioned 52-week treasury bills worth a total of 812.5 million euros at the considerably reduced interest rate of 0.07 percent, from 0.29 percent three months earlier.
A US Senate committee backed legislation on Wednesday to impose sanctions on Turkey after its offensive in northern Syria and plans to buy a Russian S-400 missile system, the latest move in the chamber to push Republican President Donald Trump to take a harder line against Ankara.
Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday described as “historic” a parliamentary debate on an Interior Ministry bill that will allow Greeks abroad to exercise their voting rights from their place of residence.
An Athens court on Wednesday handed down a 45-year prison sentence to the notorious bank robber Kostas Passaris, who is serving multiple life sentences in Romania.
The Church of Greece hit back at claims by former defense minister Panos Kammenos that its recognition of the independence of the Ukrainian Church from the Moscow Patriarchate was done under duress.
An Iraqi man was hospitalized on Chios on Wednesday after being knifed on Tuesday night during a brawl at the island’s Vial reception center for migrants.
Members of the umbrella union of Greek hospital doctors on Wednesday interrupted a seminar on public-private partnerships being organized by the Medical Association of Athens at the Zappeion Hall.
Three Cypriot companies linked to a Serbian arms dealer are among foreign entities in the latest sanctions imposed by the US Department of the Treasury.
Heavy snowfall in central Greece prompted several landslides in mountainous parts of Trikala, local reports said on Wednesday.
An accord between Libya and Turkey mapping out maritime boundaries is a violation of international law, European Union leaders will say on Thursday in support of Greece, which objects to the deal, according to a draft statement seen by Reuters.