09.10.2012 [Forbes] - German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras in Athens, sparking substantial protests and violent clashes with the police. Hours before, the International Monetary Fund had released a report in which it downgraded its
09.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras and several of his ministers lined up patiently on the tarmac at Athens International Airport on Tuesday to welcome German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Greece, on her first visit to the country since its mounting
22.10.2012 [MarketWatch] - Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras is set to visit the southern German state of Bavaria, the stronghold of the Christian Social Union of Bavaria party that has been strident in its criticism of Greece, German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported
20.10.2012 [Kathimerini] - You would never guess he'd won Wimbledon so many times,” tweeted @Queen_Europe, a fake Angela Merkel account, on Friday morning as the German Chancellor met Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras. The New Democracy leader is known to like a
19.10.2012 [Kathimerini] - Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels on Friday morning, on the sidelines of an European Union summit meeting which began on Thursday. During the meeting, also attended by Greece's Finance
12.10.2012 [MNI News] - BERLIN (MNI) - The German government said on Friday that Chancellor Angela Merkel and Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras did not discuss possible reparations for Nazi crimes in Greece during World War II. "That was not a topic," spokesman Steffen
20.10.2012 [Southeast European Times (blog)] - German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed solidarity with Greece during her recent visit to Athens, but her discussions with Prime Minister AntonisSamaras over additional budget reductions is being met with sarcastic disapproval in the blogosphere.
05.10.2012 [Yahoo! News (blog)] - BERLIN (Reuters) - Greek leader AntonisSamaras told a German paper in an interview published on Friday his country could not manage beyond November without the next tranche of international aid and suggested the ECB could help by easing the terms
23.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - The German magazine Der Spiegel claims that while Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras' government is about to pass a $17.45 billion spending cut and tax hike plan and fire thousands of public workers that people close to him are being appointed to key
19.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Still pressing his case for support, Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels on Oct. 19 on the sidelines of an European Union summit meeting which began the day before. She had come to Athens on Oct.
10.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Ignoring protests by 50,000 people against the visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to meet him in Athens on Oct. 9, Prime Minister AntonisSamaras said it was proof Greece is being welcomed back into the international arena and will get the help
08.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Worried that planned protests during German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to Athens on Oct. 9 could escalate into violence, Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras had directed that all rallies and gatherings be banned while she's in the city to meet
05.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - German Chancellor Angela Merkel greets Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras in Berlin, Aug. 24, 2012. (AP Photo). German Chancellor Angela Merkel, an object of scorn to Greeks angry that she's insisting on more austerity measures while her country
10.10.2012 [Southeast European Times] - As 50,000 demonstrators defied a ban on protests during her five-hour visit to Athens on Tuesday (October 9th), Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel told Prime Minister AntonisSamaras that Greece has covered "much of the ground" toward recovery from its
18.06.2012 With the win of 29.5 percent of the vote as oppose to Syrisa's 27.1 percent, AntonisSamaras, leader of the New Democracy, has stated that his top priority is to stay in the euro as long as Germany would help negotiate relief from some of the ...