Thursday Jul 24
Greek leaders mark 40th anniversary of the fall of the junta
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras marked ThursdayA's 40th anniversary of the end of the military dictatorship by saying that democracy has A'deep rootsA' in Greece but the governmentA's spokeswoman found herself in disagreement with President Karolos Papoulias, who argued that democracy has suffered during the countryA's economic crisis.
Thursday Jul 24
PM, Venizelos meet as Administrative Reform Ministry eases stance on evaluation
Coalition leaders sought on Thursday to defuse tension that has built up between New Democracy and PASOK as a result of the assessment of public servantsA' performance, with the Administrative Reform Ministry indicating that it is willing to make compromises over the evaluation scheme.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
KKE chief slams Israel's Gaza offensive
Communist Party chief Dimitris Koutsoumbas has accused Israel of engaging in A'genocideA' against Palestinians as Tel Aviv's offensive in Gaza Strip continued.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Greek president awards Order of the Phoenix Grand Crosses
Poet Kiki Dimoula and academic Helene Glykatzi-Ahrweile yesterdayr received the Order of the Phoenix Grand Crosses from President Karolos Papoulias.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
BRICS nations seek new paths to develop global cooperation
President Xi Jinping is preparing to attend the BRICS summit as the group is generating new initiatives amid slowing economic growth, observers said.
Greek media hail Xi's message of support during stopover
Greek media on Monday praised Chinese President Xi Jinping's message of support to Greece during a stopover on the southeastern Greek island of Rhodes on his way to Latin America for summit meetings and state visits.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Chinese president pledges to enhance ties with Greece
Chinese President Xi Jinping said here on Sunday that his country would strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation with Greece to further enhance bilateral ties.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Both camps claim victory after debate on PPC vote
Both GreeceA's conservative-led government and the leftist opposition claimed victory on Thursday after the ParliamentA's summer session rejected proposals for a debate regarding a possible referendum on plans to sell part of Public Power Corporation , the nationA's biggest power producer, to a private competitor in 2015.
The Baltimore Sun
China's Xi to visit Greece on way to South America
Chinese President Xi Jinping will stop off in Greece on his way to South America next week, the government said on Friday, the second high-level visit to the southern European country in a month.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Chinese president due on Rhodes in symbolic visit
In the wake of a successful visit to Greece last month by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the countryA's President Xi Jinping is due to arrive on the southern Aegean island of Rhodes on Sunday in what is regarded as a highly symbolic trip.