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New Theories on Buried in Amphipolis Tomb

The search for the identity of the buried in the Amphipolis tomb, Greece, has led archaeologists and historians to create new scenarios, with family...

Only 19% of Germans Want Greece in the Euro Zone

The vast majority of Germans believe that Greece has no place in the euro zone, according to a survey published in German newspaper...

Belgium to Request Extradition of Terror Suspect Held in Greece

Belgium will request the extradition of a man arrested in Greece who is suspected to be linked to a jihadist cell dismantled by Belgian...

Five Dead Inside Amphipolis Tomb

The remains found in the grave of the Amphipolis tomb, Greece , belong to five dead and not one, as archaelogists had initially thought. Greece...

Opinion Polls from 13 Surveys Show SYRIZA Win

Thirteen surveys on voting intentions show that SYRIZA is most likely the winner of the January 25th general elections. New Party To Potami (The...

Brussels to Greece: Forget Debt Haircut

A haircut on the Greek debt capital will not be discussed, said several EU executives, including Prime Minister of Finland Alexander Stubb, according to...

Greeks Hold Candlelight Vigil for Parthenon Marbles [video]

Despite the rain, hundreds of Greeks gathered outside the Acropolis Museum on Sunday to hold a candlelight vigil asking Britain for the return of the...

Greek Prime Ministers Who Died Poor

We often associate high-rank politicians with riches and lavish lifestyles. Especially in the years after the fall of dictatorship, the word "politician" is associated...
Greek tourism change of nationalities

Political Uncertainty Does Not Deter American, British Tourists

Tourist bookings from the United States and Britain are showing an increasing trend, despite political and economic uncertainty in Greece. The decline of the...

EU Parliament President: Austerity Measures Imposed by Greek Govt, Not EU

President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz commented that the austerity measures were imposed on Greek people by the Greek government, not by the...

2004 Athens Olympics Cost Greece 6.5 Billion Euros

The 2004 Athens Olympic Games cost Greece a total of 6.5 billion euros and did not affect the country's economy, a Greek economic think...

A Grexit Would be ‘Extremely Dangerous,’ ECB Official Says

A Greek exit from the euro zone would be an "extremely dangerous" move for the country and a danger for the rest of Europe...

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