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Greek Universities on the Verge of Collapse

It recently took a crew of 25 municipal workers to clear the six-month-old mountains of garbage that had accumulated in the School of Philosophy...

One Year After Maria, Nothing Has Changed for Greece’s Roma

It was October 2013 when the case of little Maria, the blond Roma girl from Bulgaria who was illegally adopted by Greek Roma, made headlines all...

Why Do Young Greeks Vote for Golden Dawn?

According to research conducted by the sociology department of Athens's Panteion University, the Greek youth who voted for Golden Dawn in the 2012 elections...

Unknown UN Documentary on Post-War Greece Comes to Light

A documentary about Greece in the aftermath of the Civil War and World War II that was found in the United Nations archives in 2007 will be...

School of Philosophy Buried in Trash

Classes in the School of Philosophy of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens are taught in the midst of garbage and stench, according to...

Woman with AIDS Sees Her Name on Posters in Mytilene

Photocopies of a medical report bearing the name of a local woman diagnosed with AIDS appeared on walls throughout the center of Lesbos, capital of...

Alamuddin-Clooney Concludes Greece Visit on Positive Note

This afternoon, Amal Alamuddin-Clooney leaves Greece following a three-day visit to Athens in which she counseled the Greek government on the proper legal route...

Amphipolis Mosaic Depicts Pluto’s Abduction of Persephone

The Greek ministry of culture released today a set of pictures of the newly-excavated Amphipolis tomb mosaic. The mosaic is now fully uncovered, exposing...

Emblematic PASOK Figure Yiannis Charalampopoulos Passes Away

Emblematic PASOK figure Yiannis Charalampopoulos has passed away this morning at age 95. Charalampopoulos was a prominent member of the Andreas Papandreou government. Yiannis Charalampopoulos...

Ancient Olympia and Panathinaikon Stadium Owe €4.5 Billion in Property Taxes

The Greek state never ceases to baffle onlookers. The latest blunder came at the hands of the Finance Ministry tax staff, who recently sent a...

Greek Health Ministry Plan to Deal with Hospital Doctor Shortage

The Greek Health Ministry is drawing a bill where doctors in public hospitals will be hired at the same rate as departures. The Federation of Greek...

Mudslinging, Bonds, ATMs and Piggy Banks

All's fair in love and war, they say. But a look inside the Greek parliament shows that there is no love. What is certainly lacking...

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