09.10.2012 [Forbes] - German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras 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
24.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Asian stocks fell for a fourth day after Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras faced opposition from coalition partners on austerity measures needed to win 31 billion euros ($40 billion) of international aid. Global funds sold $190 million more
17.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras faces a growing revolt from his coalition partners as representatives of the country's lenders press for more changes to the country's labor market as a condition for releasing further bailout funds. Evangelos
09.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras 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
24.10.2012 [Reuters] - AntonisSamaras, the Greek prime minister, held a fresh round of talks on Tuesday in an attempt to convince his coalition partners to accept the last details of an austerity package. The Telegraph. BBC HAS LOST PUBLIC TRUST OVER SAVILE: MINISTER
23.10.2012 [Xinhua] - ATHENS, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras made an appeal for unity to save Greece on Tuesday evening, after a new meeting with the two other party leaders in the coalition government ended without a final deal on supplementary
23.10.2012 [Xinhua] - Negotiations on a deal are to continue, it was announced after one more meeting between Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras with the two other party leaders supporting his coalition government on Tuesday in Athens. The conservative leader who heads
22.10.2012 [Haaretz] - To the surprise of many in Europe and beyond, Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras is beginning to turn Greece's corrupted economy around, but the cost – harsh austerity and social division – is high. By Sabby Mionis | Oct.22, 2012 | 11:23 AM | 1
23.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras' uneasy coalition showed another crack on Oct. 23 when Democratic Left head Fotis Kouvelis said he would not go along with radical changes in labor rights included in a $17.45 billion spending cut and tax hike plan.
22.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - With his coalition government splintering, Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras will meet his coalition partners on Oct. 23 for talks on trying to finalize a $17.45 billion spending cut and tax hike package that has been stalled for months, delaying
23.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - The German magazine Der Spiegel claims that while Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras' 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] - Greece will run out of money in mid-November and needs to receive a delayed $38.8 billion installment from its bailout package as soon as possible, Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras said on Oct. 19. “On the 16th of November the country will run out
19.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Still pressing his case for support, Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras 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.
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 MinisterAntonisSamaras 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 MinisterAntonisSamaras 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
17.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Greek Prime MinisterAntonisSamaras will go to a European Union meeting on Oct. 18 empty-handed after his coalition partners refused to go along with changes to labor rules as part of a $17.45 billion spending cut and tax hike plan. Samaras, in his