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5 of the Best Hikes to Conquer In & Around Athens

by Katie Clift* When you think of Athens, you often think of the Acropolis… Parthenon… crowds, spanakopita, olive oil and Greek flags. And I don’t blame...

The Olive Groves of Greece Through the 4 Seasons

by Lisa Radinovsky, Greek Liquid Gold In olive oil producing countries such as Greece, tourists can wander through olive groves all year, observing the summer growth...

35 Reasons Why You Must Visit Greece

By Alex Waltner The self-proclaimed Swedish Nomad, is a devout Greece fan. Here, the professional travel blogger and photographer from Sweden presents his 35 reasons...

What’s In a Name: A Baltic Perspective on the Greece-FYROM Dispute

    By Prof. Vladislav B. Sotirovic* The writer is professor at Mykolas Romeris University’s Institute of Political Sciences, Vilnius, Lithuania. The ‘Macedonian Question’ is today actual for...

FYROM Should be Named Paionia as it was 2,500 Years Ago

By Stephen G. Miller* The name of the modern land-locked country north of Greece, with its capital at Skopje, has returned to the news. It...

Never Forget Bouboulinas Street

By Leslie Absher I spent the first years of my childhood living in Athens during the junta, brought to Greece by my CIA dad for...

5.7-Million-Year-Old Human Footprints Found in Crete, Greece

  *By Matthew Robert Bennett, Bournemouth University and Per Ahlberg, Uppsala University The human foot is distinctive. Our five toes lack claws, we normally present the...

Greek Women’s Basketball Coach: “We Will Fight for a Medal at the Eurobasket”

Interview by Yiannis Koreček We spoke to Kostantinos Keramidas, the coach of the Greek women’s basketball team after the Eurobasket semifinal where Greece was defeated...
How the Greek Crisis is Profitable for the IMF

How the Greek Crisis is Profitable for the International Monetary Fund

Does the IMF have an incentive to keep Greece in crisis to protect its own financial survival and continue to milk the Greek cow?

Amnesty International: “Refugees detained in dire conditions in Greece”

By Amnesty International Thousands of refugees and migrants are being held arbitrarily in appalling conditions amid growing uncertainty, fear and despair over their fate under...

UNICEF Awards Greek Coast Guard for Rescue Work in the Aegean

Amidst warm applause and in a highly emotional ceremony, UNICEF Greece on Thursday presented the Lambros Kanellopoulos award to Greece's coast guard for its...

OXI Day: The Greek Word That Changed the Course of WWII Keeps Shaping Greece

OXI, the word NO in Greek, may sound like a negative. But it has become a positive word after PM Metaxas said OXI to the Nazi forces passing through Greece.

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