Vassiliki Thanou, Greece’s top supreme court judge, was sworn in Thursday as a caretaker head of the government, becoming the country’s first female prime minister. Thanou and her cabinet will […]
Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry recommended on August 26 that Bulgarian citizens travelling in Greece should not pick up hitchhikers. The advisory c ...
Thousands of migrants boarded trains Sunday in Macedonia headed north to Serbia after being stuck at the border for several days and blocked from cont ...
Europeans have offered a mixed reaction to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ resignation and call for new elections. Some analysts and politi ...
There is no current increase in migration pressure on Bulgaria, Interior Minister Roumyana Buchvarova said on August 21, speaking against a background of significant crises around influxes of migrants in […]
Far-left members of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ ruling Syriza party have broken off to form their own party, after unsuccessfully trying to block passage of a $95 billion bailout […]
Greece’s prime minister Alexis Tsipras announced his Syriza government’s resignation on August 20, about seven months since taking office on January 26, to open the way for early parliamentary elections […]
More than 4000 refugees have blocked the railway from Thessaloniki to Skopje at the border between Greece and Macedonia. Because of this situation, a passenger train and a freight train have […]
Greece has repaid $3.5 billion to the European Central Bank, with not a day to spare before the deadline expires. Greece made the payment early Thursday, just hours after European […]
German lawmakers are expected to vote Wednesday on a $93 billion bailout package for Greece, a move that would help Greece meet Thursday’s deadline to repay international creditors. Chancellor Angela […]