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Kyriakos Mitsotakis Elected New Democracy President

Kyriakos Mitsotakis was elected as New Democracy president on Sunday. It was a close encounter as Kyriakos Mitsotakis overcame his opponent Evangelos Meimarakis to secure the...

Greek Finance Minister Meeting with European Ministers Ahead of Bailout Review

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos continued a round of meetings with other Eurozone finance ministers over the weekend, meeting his Portuguese counterpart on Saturday...

Explosives Scare Cause Flight Delays at Athens International Airport

Thirteen flights out of Athens International Airport were delayed by an average of 40 minutes on Sunday morning after authorities sounded the alarm for...

Stathakis Confident in Government in the Face Of Pension Reforms

The vote on pension reforms will not shake the government's majority, Economy Minister George Stathakis predicted on Sunday while talking on the "Mega Weekend"...

Hugo Dixon Urges Greece to Stick to Bailout

British author and columnist Hugo Dixon, who contributes to a number of publications, commented on the social security reform plan the Greek government recently drafted. During an...

Popular Greek Singer Allegedly Performs in Greece, Gets Paid in Bulgaria

Vassilis Papakonstantinou, a famous Greek singer that has been performing since the 1970's, has come under criticism in the past day after news broke...

Islamic Studies Program to be Offered at University of Thessaloniki

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki will become the first Greek university to offer an academic program on Islamic studies. The four-year program will be called "Introduction to Muslim Studies"...

Greek Labor Minister Claims to Empathize with Public Reaction to His Social Security Reform...

Greek Labor Minister Giorgos Katrougalos appeared sympathetic to public criticism of a social security reform proposal he recently authored. During an interview with Kathimerini newspaper on...

First Mass Held in Cypriot Church in Over 40 Years

Hundreds of Greek Cypriot refugees from the Turkish occupied village of Argaki, in the Morphou area, celebrated a holy mass on Saturday at their...

New Research Claims Hitler Escaped and Fled to Argentina, Possibly Through Greece

A new round of research into US government archives and other sources alleges that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler did not commit suicide in his bunker...

Greek Govt Officials Reportedly Upset by Dijsselbloem Comments

Greek government officials were not happy with Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem's recent comments on the Greek bailout's upcoming review, Kathimerini newspaper reported. Dijsselbloem claimed on...

Hotel Grande Bretagne in Athens Named Among World’s Most Elegant Hotels

Hotel Grande Bretagne, located in downtown Athens, was included among the seven of the world's most elegant hotels by Conde Nast Traveler. "If these walls could talk!...

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