ATHENS A Greek prosecutor has laid felony charges against jewellery maker Folli Follie's founders and seven other executives for fraud and money laundering, a judicial source told Reuters on Friday.
BRUSSELS European Union governments that refuse to host refugees could instead pay to be excused from the bloc's system of sharing out migrants, France and Germany proposed on Thursday as they sought to end a long-running EU feud over migration.
ATHENS The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development got shareholder approval to extend its mandate in Greece until 2025 to support the country's recovery from a debt crisis and deep recession, the EBRD said on Tuesday.
ATHENS Greece's economy expanded for a ninth straight quarter in July-to-September and at a faster pace than the previous quarter, mainly driven by stronger consumer spending, government data showed on Tuesday.
ATHENS Public transport was disrupted and ships remained in ports as Greek workers went on strike on Wednesday, seeking increases in minimum wages and the re-introduction of collective bargaining. | Video
BERLIN Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, who was outspoken in his criticism of the austerity policies championed by Berlin at the height of the euro zone's debt crisis, is to stand in European elections next year - in Germany. | Video
ATHENS Greece's third-largest lender Eurobank agreed a 780 million euro (690.97 million pounds) deal to buy Grivalia Properties to boost the bank's capital and speed up the reduction of bad loans, sending both shares sharply higher.
ATHENS The European Union's executive gave the thumbs-up to Greece's first post-bailout budget on Wednesday, but said the country had to speed up reforms to qualify for any future disbursements under debt relief measures.
LONDON The European Commission takes its first step today towards disciplining Italy over its draft 2019 budget, backed by euro zone governments worried that Rome's borrow-and-spend plans could trigger another debt crisis that would hurt them all.
ANKARA Turkey warned energy companies on Sunday against working with the Greek Cypriot government in carrying out exploratory drilling in the eastern Mediterranean, saying such activities could damage regional stability.