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Relics of St. Helen Coming to Athens, Greece for the First Time

The holy relics of St. Helen and the Holy Cross will be on display at the Church of Agia Varvara (St. Barbara) in Athens...

Hellenic Federation of Enterprises: The Impact of a Grexit

Leaving the eurozone sounds about as ludicrous as someone filthy rich coming along and paying off the Greek debt, The Hellenic Federation of Enterprise...

Lagarde Says IMF Tried to be ‘Ruthless Truth Teller’ On Greece’s Latest Audit

IMF chief Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday that the Fund tried to be a "ruthless truth-teller" in its latest audit of Greece's economic policies,...

Eurogroup’s Dijsselbloem: No IMF in Greek Bailout, No Netherlands

  Only one day after Eurogroup's Jeroen Dijsselbloem stated that the IMF's take on the Greek debt was "unnecessarily Pessimistic," the finance minister warned that...

Farmers to Rally in Athens on February 14

Farmers will be continuing their ongoing fight against tax hikes and social security contribution payments in yet another protest planned in downtown Athens for...

New Incident Between Greek and Turkish Coast Guards off Imia Island

A new incident between a boat of the Hellenic Coast Guard and another boat of the Turkish Coast guard was reported today by Ihlas...

ECB’s Draghi: Debt Sustainability and 2nd Assessment for Greece to Join QE

Speaking today at the economic and monetary affairs committee at the European Parliament in Brussels, ECB president Mario Draghi stated that the sustainability of...

Refugees Block Migration Min Mouzalas From Entering Elliniko Hotspot

Migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas was confronted on Monday by protesting migrants during his visit to the Elliniko Refugee Center, South of Athens. The migrants,...

Moment of Truth: IMF’s Lagarde to Attend Executive Board Meeting on Greece

The International Monetary Fund's Christine Lagarde will be participating today in an executive Board meeting at the organization's headquarters in Washington which is set...

Remains Discovered In Occupied Cyprus Likely to Be Missing Persons

A small number of remains were discovered a few days ago during excavations in a field in the village of Angastina, located in the...

KEELPNO: Flu Deaths Rise to 36 After 10 More Lives Claimed in Past Week

The death toll has risen to 36 after the flu claimed the lives of ten more people over this past week, data from the...

Turkish Sailor Arrested at Port of Elefsina Greece for Spying

  The Hellenic coast guard was alerted on February 1, of a crew member aboard the Turkish Navy Ship "MAKBULE ANA" who had been photographing...

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