ATHENS Turkey should exercise restraint and avoid restoring the death penalty after last week's failed military coup, Greece's foreign minister said in remarks published on Saturday.
ATHENS U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Thursday urged Greek officials to make more progress on budget and economic reforms to help unlock European debt relief and boost growth in the struggling economy. | Video
ATHENS The chairman of Greece's Piraeus Bank resigned on Wednesday, the first of an expected procession of board-member departures at Greek banks after the country's international lenders demanded they improve corporate governance.
ZURICH Greek investigators raided the Athens home of a former UBS banker earlier this month, furthering a probe into alleged tax evasion seven months after officials seized documents from the Swiss bank's Athens office.
ATHENS Turkey's ambassador to Athens said on Tuesday the Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece by helicopter after the weekend coup attempt would have a fair and transparent trial at home, and it would not help bilateral ties if Athens did not return them.
ATHENS Greece needs to stick to reforms to regain credibility and earn further debt relief, EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said during a visit to Athens on Monday.
ATHENS Turkish soldiers who fled to neighbouring Greece in a military helicopter after the weekend coup attempt "fear for their lives" back home and do not want to be returned, one of their lawyers said on Monday as they appeared in a Greek court.
ATHENS The Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece in a helicopter after a failed military coup against the government were brought before a prosecutor in the northern Greek city of Alexandroupolis on Sunday, accused of crossing into Greece illegally.
ATHENS Greek banks must replace almost a third of their board members by September in a bailout-mandated drive to strengthen corporate governance, bankers with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
LONDON The Royal Bank of Scotland is facing setbacks over a proposed sale of its Greek ship finance business, with potential suitors backing off, partly due to the British vote to leave the European Union, sources told Reuters.