Greece, lenders achieve results, but no full deal: Eurogroup head

Greece and its lenders have achieved results in talks on reforms necessary to unlock new loans but there will be no final deal on Friday, the chairman of euro zone finance ministers Jeroen Dijsselbloem said. “We have achieved results,” Dijsselbloem told reporters on entering a meeting of the ministers devoted to Greece, adding however that……

GREECE: 52-yr-old cleric arrested for sexually abusing refugee children

Police authorities in Greece have arrested a 52-year-old French cleric for allegedly molesting and abusing unaccompanied refugee minors after offering them food and shelter. According to police reports, the cleric who belongs to the Franciscan Church of France allegedly molested four homeless Pakistani boys, aged 14 to 18 in his house in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-biggest…

Super Eagles striker Ideye joins Mikel in China

Super Eagles and former West Brom striker Brown Ideye has made a switch from Greece to China to join his Nigerian team-mate and captain John Mikel Obi at Tianjin Teda. The transfer which is worth 12 Million Euros would provide a salary of about 3.4 million euros every season, which makes Ideye the sixth highest…

WWII bomb found near petrol station in Greece, defused

An unexploded World War II bomb discovered in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki was defused on Sunday after a delicate operation that triggered the evacuation of tens of thousands of residents. “The bomb’s detonator has been removed,” a police spokesman said as the 153-kilogram explosive was defused. A special unit of the army had……

Anarchists storm streets of Greece in protest of Obama’s visit

Greek police had a tough time taming protesters who staged two marches in protest against the visit of President Barrack Obama of the United States of America. For two nights, Greek police revealed that as many as 150 anarchists were involved in Tuesday’s clashes. The protests were characterized by marchers throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails…