Historic snowstorm leaves 3 dead in Greece

At least three people were killed on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, as 'fiercest' snowfall in terms of intensity and volume since 2008 hit Greece, according to the National Meteorological Service. The snowfall caused havoc across the country, including in the capital Athens, mainly resulting in widespread disruption. Heavy snowfall, accompanied by gale-force winds battered the country... Continue Reading →

EXCLUSIVE – ‘Anybody in that storm didn’t stand a chance’:Greek storm that has killed six tourists the winds ‘lifted window panes like paper napkins’

A British father caught up in the violent storm which ripped across northern Greece killing six has told of his family's terror as it struck while they were eating on a restaurant terrace. Andy Gilchrist, 48, from Bangor in Northern Ireland, was having coffee and dessert with 43-year-old wife Katie and nine-year-old daughter Grace at the... Continue Reading →

Final nail in the coffin: Greece faces financial meltdown AGAIN amid threat of end of Euro

Greek leaders have failed to make enough progress on reforms aimed at bringing down their monstrous debt after multi-billion pound bailouts last summer. And now begging Athens chiefs have reached stalemate in negotiations with creditors to decide how to claw back financial stability. The three main lenders - the eurozone, the European Central Bank and the International... Continue Reading →

Think Greece can’t happen here? You’re wrong

Most Americans look at the rerun of the Greek euro crisis with something between smug amusement and condescending disapproval. When will those profligate Greeks get their economic house in order and stop looking to others to bail them out? But, should people living in glass economic houses really throw stones? After all, just like Greece, the... Continue Reading →

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