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Greek Court Confirms Transfer of Lambrakis Media Group to Vangelis Marinakis

A Greek first-instance court on Monday confirmed the transfer of ownership of the Lambrakis Media Group (DOL) to businessman Vangelis Marinakis as the highest...

Greece’s Return to Markets Met with Cautious Remarks from International Press

Greece's return to tapping the international bond markets for the first time since 2014 is met with mixed remarks from the international press. In its...

Varoufakis: Greek PM Should Apologize to Samaras, Stournaras

"The prime minister should apologize to Messrs. Samaras and Stournaras, or stop these offensive celebrations," former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis said. Varoufakis issued a...

Greek Parents Arrested for Abusing Their 7-Month-Old Child

The parents of a 7-month old toddler were arrested on Sunday for violent abuse of their child, hospitalized at the University Hospital of Rio,...

Greece’s Council of State Head Calls on Government to Stop Condemning Judicial Decisions

Council of State President Nikos Sakellariou on Monday called on the Greek government to stop condemning judicial decisions and undermining the work of justice...

Greek Actress Zoe Fytousi Passes Away at 83

Famous actress, singer and poet Zoe Fytousi passed away on Sunday at the age of 83. She has been suffering from serious health problems...

Greek PM Tsipras: ‘I Have Made Big Mistakes’

"I have made mistakes... big mistakes," said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, implying the choice of Yanis Varoufakis as finance minister, after the latter's...

Chinese Naval Fleet Arrives in Greece for Friendly Visit

A Chinese naval fleet arrived at Piraeus Port on Sunday for a four-day friendly visit to Greece, conveying a message of friendship and cooperation,...

July 24, 1974: When Democracy Was Restored in Greece

The five days between July 20 and July 24 in 1974 were the most turbulent, and the most decisive, in modern Greek history. The...

One of Oldest Schools in Greece to be Restored

The tender for the restoration of one of the oldest schools in Greece was completed; works will begin soon in the school that was...

Greeks Import 66% of the Fish They Consume

An impressive 66% of the fish consumed in Greece are imported, a WWF study says, the figure coming as a surprise for a country...

Business Owner Beats Up Tax Inspectors on Greek Island

A business owner who owns several bars and restaurants on Patmos beat up a tax inspector who visited the island to conduct audits as...

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