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Shadow Falls Over Two Greek Ministers Who Allegedly Failed to Declare Assets

State Minister Alekos Flambouraris admitted that he was shareholder in a construction company in 2014, but sold his shares right before he was sworn...

The Uniquely Greek Kiosks Soon to Become History

The renowned Greek kiosks that used to be found in every street corner selling newspapers, cigarettes, candy, soft drinks and other goods, are soon...

Greek State Debt to Individuals Rises to €5.1 Billion

The debts of the Greek State to suppliers, service providers, security funds and individuals continue to mount and they have reached 5.1 billion euros,...

Healthy Food Program for Hungry Pupils in Greece

A quarter of a million school children in Greece have applied for the food aid program 'Diatrofi' (Diet) organized by the Prolepsis Institute. Athena Linou,...

Two Greek Cabinet Members Allegedly Probed for Hidden Income

Two Greek cabinet members and two former MPs will be allegedly probed by the special parliamentary Audit Committee for Declarations of Assets. According to a Mega...

Why Superstitious Greeks Fear Tuesday the 13th

When it comes to fearful dates, Friday the 13th is considered a bad luck day for most of the world. However, Greeks beg to...

Greece and UNHCR Express Solidarity in Migrant Crisis

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres expressed the importance of collaboration with each other in dealing with the...

Omnibus Bill of Bailout Prior Actions Tabled in Greek Parliament

The Greek government is to table in parliament on Monday an omnibus bill containing bailout required prior actions in order to pass the first...

IMF Assures Greece of its Support to Reform Program

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde assured Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos that the fund is ready to work with Greece to promote...

Greek Migration Min: EU Refugee Relocation Program Undermined by Racism

Greece's Migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas said that the European Union program for refugee relocation is hindered by some countries that show signs of racism. Mouzalas...

One in Two Doctors Wants to Leave Greece

One in two doctors in Greece considers that working conditions are bad, while bullying, demeaning remarks and gender discrimination are frequent in Greek hospitals. The...

Greek PM Tsipras: ‘Our Borders are Safe’

"Our borders are safe," stated Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday after attending the final phase of the military exercise "Parmenion 2015" at the...

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