UK-based Greycon, a leading provider of production planning, scheduling and manufacturing execution systems, has implemented its system at Greece's Mel Paper, one of the largest manufacturers of recycled board in the food and general packagi
Greek civil aviation workers suspended a five-day strike planned for June 20-25 to protest against the development of the country's regional airports after receiving assurances from the government their jobs were not at risk.
Hundreds of migrants were rescued from a sinking ship on Friday in a massive operation in the southern Mediterranean off the island of Crete, the Greek coastguard said, but three bodies were also recovered.
Greek search and rescue
Egypt's public prosecutor formally requested data on the crashed EgyptAir plane from France and Greece on Monday, as the victims' remains began arriving at a Cairo morgue ready for DNA testing.
EgyptAir flight 804 from Par
An EgyptAir airliner which went missing on Thursday morning made 'sudden swerves' in mid-air and plunged before dropping off radars in the southern Mediterranean, Greek defence minister Panos Kammenos said.
The EgyptAir fl
Migrants sent back from the Greek island of Lesbos began arriving in Turkey on Monday under a European Union deal aimed at stopping the influx of migrants and refugees into Europe since last year.
The first of two Turkish-flagged
Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait (ABK) said it has signed a deal with Piraeus Bank, one of the largest private lenders in Greece, to acquire 98.5 per cent of its Egyptian unit as part of its regional expansion strategy.
This marks the compl
At least 18 people attempting to reach Greece drowned after their boat sank off the Turkish coast on Sunday, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported, on the eve of a European meeting aimed at tackling the number of migrants.
The number of migrants and refugees arriving in Italy and Greece since the start of the year has risen sharply compared to the same period in 2015 and hundreds are stranded at European borders due to rising restrictions, aid agencies said on Tue