Maria Petrakis is a special correspondent.
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In Greece, a program that grants wealthy foreign investors Greek citizenship — and by extension European Union citizenship — spawns a growth industry.
Greece’s first crematorium began operating in October following decades of opposition by the country’s powerful Orthodox Church.
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In 2007, Mathios Rigas spent $1.13 million to buy a near-dormant oil well in Greece with a license that was about to expire.
The future of the Greek government was thrown into question Sunday after the defense minister announced he was quitting and withdrawing his party from the ruling coalition to protest a pending agreement with neighboring Macedonia over its name.
Macedonians just voted to change the name of their country — but the vote may not count
It was hailed as the breakthrough of a generation, a deal that would end a dispute that had festered for 27 years and consolidate peace in the Balkans.
Father of Texas man beaten to death in Greece tells court of family’s pain from the loss
Bakari Henderson’s father Thursday shared a simple message in a Greek courtroom while describing the loss of his 22-year-old son, who was beaten to death last year in the resort town of Laganas.
Testimony expected to help explain how a Texas man ended up beaten to death in Greece
In a blurry security video from the Greek island bar, young men are seen taking selfies with a woman.