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Poll: Majority of Greeks Believe Gov’t Lost in Deal With Creditors

The majority of Greek people believe that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras did not get what he claims in the agreement with creditors for the...

How Two Years of Capital Controls Hurt Greek Trade

It was June 27, 2015 when the finance minister at the time, Yanis Varoufakis, and the Greek government decided to impose capital controls in the...

Greek Foreign Ministry Reacts to Albanian Provocation Over Greek Lands

Greece's foreign ministry on Monday sent a letter of complaint to the Albanian government over a provocative act that challenges Greek lands. The reason for...

New Government Garbage Collectors Deadlock Leaves Greece Amid Mounts of Trash

Monday's new meeting between the temporary municipal workers union (POE-OTA) and Greek Minister of the Interior Panos Skourletis ended in a deadlock. As a result,...

Drugs Cost 7,688 Lives in Greece Over Last 10 Years

Greece has recorded 7,688 drug-related deaths in the past 10 years, according to figures provided by the Therapy Center for Dependent Individuals (KETHEA). KETHEA released...

Stray Bullet Threatens Student in Menidi, Two Weeks After Fatal Incident

A 14-year-old junior high school student was almost hit by a stray bullet in Menidi, Attica, on Sunday, only two weeks after another stray...

Greek Public Revenue Authority Plans 14,500 Raids in Tax Evasion ‘Hot Spots’

Greece's Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) is to conduct 14,500 swift raids in tourist areas where rampant tax evasion is taking place. The operation...

The Smallest School in the EU Is in Greece With Only One Student

The smallest school in the European Union is in Arkoi -- a small island in the Dodecanese in Greece -- and has only one...

Real Estate in Athens Sold at Ridiculous Prices Due to Crisis

Real estate prices in the general Athens area have plunged so low that in some cases houses are sold at one tenth of their...

Poll: Greeks Not Convinced With Positive Spin Gov’t Gives on Eurogroup Deal

Despite the government's efforts to put a positive spin on the Eurogroup agreement and the new austerity measures, Greek citizens are not convinced that...

Greek Professor Elected Vice-President of European Committee on Racism

Panteion University Assistant Professor Maria Daniella Marouda has been elected Vice-President of the Council of Europe's European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI). According to...

Turkish Foreign Ministry: Greece Must Respect All Religions

The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement condemning Greece's reaction to the reading of the Quran and call for prayer in Hagia Sophia, accusing...

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