The Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) of Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou does well in a second round of municipal elections including its candidates elected as mayors of Athens and Thessaloniki.
With 99.6 per cent of votes counted across the country, the ruling party won eight of 13 races for regional governor.
Former Prime Minister of Greece George Papandreou announces that he will resign as head of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement. 2012-01-4 (Context: George Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister, PASOK)
Greeks vote in local elections with the Prime Minister George Papandreou threatening to dissolve parliament if his party does not fare well. Early results show that the PASOK is doing well making an early election less likely. 2010-11-7 (Context: George Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister, PASOK)
Police tear gas people in Thessaloniki as tens of thousands of people protest against Prime Minister George Papandreou's austerity plans. 2010-09-11 (Context: George Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister, Thessaloniki)
Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos is injured when a booby-trapped package explodes inside his vehicle in Athens. Authorities report his injuries are not life threatening. 2017-05-25 (Context: Athens, Greek Prime Minister)
Former Prime Minister George Papandreou announces the formation of a new party, Movement of Democratic Socialists, threatening to push the long-dominant PASOK under the election threshold. 2015-01-3 (Context: George Papandreou, PASOK)