Resentment is growing over German chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership and fiscal austerity measures.
Members had been trained in Nazi-style hit squads to "attack immigrants for fun".
Golden Dawn is under investigation for the murder of rapper Pavlos Fissas, who bled to death after being stabbed by a party sympathiser last week.
After years of harsh Ârecession, 17-million tourists â€” an all-time record â€” are set to visit the mainland and its sun-kissed islands.
Unions in Greece have gone on a strike in protest over the government's decision to shut down its public broadcaster as part of cost-cutting measures.
An extremist political group, Golden Dawn, plans to establish cells 'wherever there are Greeks'.
Germany is not just Europe's biggest economy and the message from the eurozone's paymaster is simple: if we can do it, so can you.
Malema's not fooling about as Marikana mourns, while Greece goes bankrupt and Prince Harry goes au naturel. In a nutshell.
While Rome burned, Nero put on fancy dress, stood on a tower and played his lyre, writes Simon Jenkins.
Tough-dealing Finland, not Greece, could be the first member to quit the monetary union, writes Josephine Moulds.
Inspectors have released a damning progress report amid darkening outlook for Spain. Larry Elliott, Jill Treanor and Giles Tremlett report.
The Mail & Guardian brings you ten facts you might have or not known about the Olympic Games taking place in London.
The large economies of Europe are entering recession, largely due to austerity policies. After three years of festering, drastic action is required.
The head of Medecins Sans Frontires in Greece has accused the Athens authorities of pursuing an incorrect and dangerous public-health strategy.
The creation of the eurozone now seems such an ill-considered idea that it is hard to imagine what its founders were thinking.
Two MP's from a neo-nazi party in Greece have been arrested in a second incident where the party's leaders have been accused of attacks on foreigners.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde's description of Greeks as rampant tax dodgers has provoked a furious reaction in Athens
While Euro angst vies for the spotlight with US jobs data, bad news from mining and manufacturing is expected on the home front, writes Matt Quigley.
The flame for the London Olympics was recently lit in Greece. Helena Smith looks at the legacy of the 2004 Athens Games