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Court Finds Three Men Guilty for Assaulting Thessaloniki Mayor

A Thessaloniki misdemeanors court, on Wednesday, found three men guilty over a mob assault against City Mayor Yiannis Boutaris, who suffered minor injuries. Two of...

Greece Rejects Fur Farmers’ Bid to Join Cultural Heritage List

Greece's Ministry of Culture and Sports has rejected a proposal by the Greek fur industry to include its products in a list of unique...

Greek Archaeologists Unearth Exciting Find in Cyprus’ Troodos Mountains

Greek researchers have made an exciting discovery of Neolithic objects in the Troodos mountains of Cyprus. A team from the history and archaeology department of the...

Turkish Fighter Jets Violate Greek Airspace 56 Times in a Single Day

Turkish fighter jets violated Greek airspace over the Aegean 56 times on Tuesday, making such incidents an almost daily phenomenon. According to the Greek Ministry...

Greeks Have the World’s 6th Most Powerful Passport

The Greek passport remains the 6th most-powerful travel document in the world amid an annual global ranking of the Henley Passport Index. This index measures...

Greece Remembers Hero Pilot Who Died Defending Country’s Skies

It was 12 years ago today that the name of Konstantinos Iliakis joined those of Greek military personnel over the years who fell in...

Sikinos First Greek Island to Say No to Plastic Straws

The Municipality of Sikinos, along with the Sea Change ecology organization and the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation, will be banishing the use of plastic straws...

Turkey Rejects Third Request for Release of 2 Greek Soldiers

Turkish authorities, on Tuesday, rejected yet another request from Greece for the release of the two Greek soldiers who have been jailed in Edirne...

‘Rubicon’ Anarchists Vandalize Council of State Premises (video)

About 70 members of the Rubicon anarchist group stormed into the Council of State building in central Athens on Monday vandalizing the facade and...

I was Attacked by Organized Fascists, says Thessaloniki Mayor

"You know why this thing happened on the weekend? Because we opened the doors and windows of this city so that some fresh air...

French Energy Giant Total to Expand Natural Gas Search in Cyprus’ EEZ

French energy giant TOTAL applied to the Cyprus government to acquire a stake in block license 8 in the island's Exclusive Economic Zone currently...

May 19: Remembering the Pontic-Greek Genocide 1913-1922

On Feb. 24, 1994, the Greek parliament voted unanimously in favor of recognizing the Pontian Genocide and instituted May 19 as a Remembrance Day. The...

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