Referring to the death of an unarmed man, George Floyd, while in police custody in the US city of Minneapolis, the Archbishop of America Epidophoros described the incident as an "unjust slaying” that “cannot be where America stands.”
Loan managers are reporting an improvement in repayments in May, after the debt servicing delays recorded in the second half of March and the whole month of April.
A former basketball coach who had been convicted for sexually molesting 36 boys on the island of Crete has been released from prison after a decision by the Misdemeanor Council of Grevena in northern Greece.
The submission rate of 2019 income tax declarations is growing, according to data from the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE), with most processed statements incurring no additional tax.
The upcoming rebalancing of the MSCI Greek stock indexes and profit taking after five consecutive days of gains led to losses at Athinon Avenue on Friday, with a huge daily turnover.
Turkey may begin oil exploration in the eastern Mediterranean within three or four months under a deal it signed with Libya that was condemned by others in the region including Greece, Energy Minister Fatih Donmez said on Friday.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Wednesday that if the European Union eventually moves towards a joint debt issuance to finance a recovery program it will be “a huge step” for the bloc.
The pandemic has complicated an already difficult situation in migration and relations with Turkey. The way that Greece is handling Covid-19, though, might suggest a way to deal with other issues, too.
Four F-16s from the 337th Hellenic Airforce Combat Wing accompanied a pair of American B-1B bombers on a mission to welcome North Macedonia into NATO by flying over the capital Skopje on Friday.