Greeks seen working longer, until July 18, to meet annual tax bill
Higher education in Greece needs radical overhaul to create labour-relevant workforce, study says
Income and living conditions survey shows persisting inequality
Mistrust in news reporting persists amid chaotic media landscape
Greek families shell out for education as state system falls short
New increase in flow of refugees to Greece causes unease
Is a lack of spending hampering Greece's firefighting capabilities?
The Greek government has blamed freak weather conditions, planning violations going back decades and suspected arson for the wildfires that killed at least 89 people just outside Athens last Monday.
To that litany of villainous causes, some have added a further culprit: years of austerity, implemented under the terms of the country’s bailout by European institutions and the IMF, starting in 2010.
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