The Duran – News in Review – Episode 36.
Investors are treated like royalty while the average citizen is treated as little better than a foreigner
Like 20 percent of Greeks, Iliodoros and Ioanna Filios cannot find work in the country's austerity-ravaged economy.
Thousands fill the streets of Athens to protest further austerity measures
The people are widely in support of striking as they reject the idea of increased austerity.
Despite his anti-austerity facade, Varoufakis' Eurogroup deal in February 2015 led Greece into the third memorandum agreement.
Internationally touted as an anti-austerity renegade, Varoufakis' actions contradict his rhetoric and his radical image.
Celebrity economist Yanis Varoufakis launches new political party in Greece, professes to be more pro-EU than the EU itself.
The disbursement of €5.7 billion is imminent, while the remaining €1 billion will be released after the settlement of overdue debts
On March 25 Greeks worldwide celebrate Greek Independence, but Greece will never truly be independent until its people remove the shackles within.
Michael Nevradakis spoke to Radio Sputnik about Turkey's aggression towards Greece and Cyprus, the Macedonia name dispute, the consequences of Eurozone membership for Greece and the...
Panteion University study projects sharp increase in poverty as new pension cuts and tax withholdings are due to take effect.
Fed-up citizens have apparently been taking the law into their own hands, despite government claims of economic "recovery."
The interview was broadcast Friday on the "Fault Lines" radio program, aired on Radio Sputnik's Washington DC-area station.
The purchasing power of Greece's minimum wage has fallen below that of Croatia and below the pre-euro levels of the year 2000.
The EU is deliberately, and without any justification, wrecking one of its own member states, destroying its entire economy
Suicides have become an epidemic in crisis-hit Greece while SYRIZA claims the country is "recovering" and "emerging" from the economic crisis.
As reported today by Athens-based daily Kathimerini, the transfer of 100 percent of the previously state-owned national railway TRAINOSE to Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane S.p.A. has been...
Since the last massive migrant waves in 2015 and the creation of the so-called migrant “hotspots” all over Greece, which merely serve as processing reception centers...
Hundreds of thousands of Greeks took to the streets of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, on Sunday, January 21, in a mass rally opposing a compromise...
Lucas Papademos was in his car when he opened a 'letter bomb' injuring himself , his driver and another individual.
Local Greek media has uncovered the story of this family in Patras, that has lived in boxes for nearly one year.
Greek pensioners and wage earners will their incomes drastically reduced, as a new round of Troika austerity begins after the imposition of the new bailout program.
Welcome to the EU: The physical and mental health of Greeks is deteriorating.
Greece's ruling Syriza party will submit two new bills to Parliament aiming to reform Greece's pension and tax systems.
Employment shrank considerably last month, as according to the Labor Ministry’s Ergani database, salaried jobs declined by 56,473 in October, with the balance between hirings and...
Molotov cocktails were thrown at police, who responded with tear gas in the Greek capital's central square as labor union members walked out for 24 hours.
Left-wing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday faces his first test in parliament since a bailout rebellion split his party and triggered a snap general election...
Greek farmers are planning to take their tractors onto the roads in protest against tax increases that Greece has agreed to in exchange for a third...
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras surrendered to European demands for immediate action to qualify for up to 86 billion euros ($96 billion) of aid he needs...
Troika creditors are embedding terms into the new loan proposal that will prohibit Greece from seeking any financial assistance from third parties...i.e. Russia and the BRICS.
Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is faced with the ultimate dilemma: accept German-advocated austerity measures opposed by hardliners in his own party or take his country...
The economic success of Portugal's EU sponsored austerity program in three charts and one picture.
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