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Tag Archives: Greece

The US is considering to increase drills and rotate more troos in bases in Greece, which is a logistical hub…

Originally appeared at ZeroHedge In the last three months, tensions between two NATO member states have escalated dramatically – Turkey…

UPDATE: The pilot is dead. A Greek 2000-5 fighter jet has crashed near Skyros Island into the eastern Aegean Sea after after intercepting…

On January 10, the Greek authorities seized the Tanzanian-flagged ship “Andromeda” that was carrying explosive materials on its way to…

Originally appeared at ZeroHedge Otmar Issing, former Chief Economist and Member of the Board of the European Central Bank and…

A cargo vessel, named ‘ACT’ and sailing under the Turkish flag, has come under fire from Greek coast guard boats…

Written by Peter Koenig; Originally appeared at Global Research Thursday late night, 18 May 2017, the Greek Parliament voted to…

About 2,000 Greek protesters have taken to the streets to oppose bailout talks between the Greek authorities and international creditors….

A photo and a video, showing a Turkish ship, carrying an anti-air gun, which ran aground near the Greece’s Kos Island,…

Written by Alexander Mercouris; Originally appeared at TheDuran A decade of recession – with no end in sight – has…

Belgian border officials have been withdrawn from Greek islands due to concerns for their safety in connection with rioting migrants….

Leonidas Hrisantopulos comes from a family with history in Greek diplomacy. He was born in Athens in 1946. He has…

Originally appeared at DWN, translated by John T. Sumner exclusively for SouthFront The Euro states are about to transfer 10.3 billion…

Originally appeared at DWN, translated by Karin exclusively for SouthFront The federal government wants to try to address the losses…

Originally appeared at DWN, translated by Karin exclusively for SouthFront The IMF considers the Greek debt to a great extent…