In the last decade of the nineteenth century in America, two influential newspapers - New York World and New York Journal – went all out in a fierce competition that adopted sensationalized news reporting, prompting New York Press affiliates to coin the term yellow journalism...
Four defendants in the Agia Fyla credit union scandal have been acquitted on all charges, with criminal judges citing failure on the part of the police to prosecute the case...
The House of Representatives voted on 5 April 2019, a series of provisions amending the Income Tax Law which were published in the Official Gazette of the Republic on 25 April 2019...
Greece will soon send a so-called note verbale to Germany, repeating a long-held demand for war reparations for the crimes committed by Nazi Germany in World War II, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told parliament on Wednesday, during a debate on a relevant report presented by a House committee....
The decision for the early repayment of part of the International Monetary Fund loans to Greece is expected to feature in talks Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos will have in Washington on Friday with the Fund’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde, as well as the head of the IMF’s European Department, Poul Thomsen.
State prosecutors are seeking guidance from the attorney general in a case where a suspected loan shark in Limassol has presented evidence of actual debt owed to him by his female accuser...
This was a narrative that they managed to pull through for an entire five-year term in office. Because each time people were losing their calm or reacting towards new measures, the response was 'the Anastasiades government is bringing order to the chaos that it had inherited'...
I apologize for writing in first person but when something so self-evident ends up being ignored even by our very own institutions, then allow me to hark back to the three flaws that keep this place miserable...
Baker Tilly Cyprus held its first annual restructuring summit at the Hilton Park Hotel in Nicosia, drawing on the expertise of banking professionals, company directors and restructuring specialists...
The chances that the 1-billion-euro tranche will be disbursed to Greece are diminishing, as this Monday’s Eurogroup is not expected to grant its approval, given that the Greek government has not completed all the necessary reforms, according to a eurozone official who spoke to reporters on Thursday....