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Sep 01, 2014

Euro-zone Manufacturing Slows

Italy has joined France in contraction, while German factories had their most sluggish month since September last year. By contrast, activity in Greece expanded, while Ireland's factories had their strongest month since late 1999...

Aug 30, 2014

37th Annual Yiasou Greek Festival brings the culture of Greece to Charlotte

One of Charlotte's most highly attended cultural events, it is hosted by the parishioners of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral and takes place on the church grounds at 600 East Blvd. The family friendly The Yiasou Greek Festival received Charlott...

Aug 13, 2014

Abandoned: Athens Olympics leave a mixed legacy 10 years later

As Greece groans under a cruel economic depression, questions linger of whether the 2004 Athens Games were too ambitious an undertaking for a weak economy...

Aug 12, 2014

It's been 10 years since the Olympics in Athens and the stadiums are abandoned

The tenth anniversary of the Olympics in Greece begins this week...

Aug 29, 2014

Under police escort, Greek extreme right politician takes seat on Athens city council

The jailed spokesman of Greece's extreme right Golden Party was been granted a brief leave from prison on Friday to take up his seat on Athens' new city council, after the party won 16 percent of the capital's vote capital in May municipal elections...

Aug 28, 2014

Interesting NBG Call Options For October 10th

Investors in National Bank Of Greece S A (NYSE: NBG) saw new options become available today, for the October 10th expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the NBG options chain for the new October 10th contr...

Aug 29, 2014

Ex-Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri puts faith in youth at unveiling as Greece manger

Claudio Ranieri has promised to give young players a chance after being officially presented as the new coach of Greece. The former Chelsea boss signed a two-year deal in July...

Aug 26, 2014

Game over for Greece's mystery grave: Tomb raiders plundered site in antiquity - dashing hopes of finding artefacts dating back to Alexander the Great's reign

Archaeologists had hoped that the ancient mound in Amphipolis, Greece, contained the untouched remains of an important senior official from the time of Alexander the Great...

Aug 13, 2014

Newly Discovered Tomb in Greece Largest Ever

The sepulcher appears to date from the reign of Alexander the Grea... #Greece #Macedonia

Aug 09, 2014

Greece's Older Men Face Lifetime of Unemployment

The unemployment rate among older Greek males is about twice the euro-zone average, causing a financial and psychological struggle for a country in which older men are often families' sole breadwinners... #Greece #Macedonia