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Greeks Puzzled by Storm Drain Construction on Athens Street

This photograph of a storm drain on an Athens street, has left many Greeks scratching their heads. Apparently, someone in Ilioupoli had the bright idea...

Photo Gone Viral: The Lighthouse of Chania at the Mercy of a Storm

This stunning photograph of the lighthouse during a storm at the port of Chania, Crete has gone viral in Greece. The photo was uploaded at...

Bank of Cyprus ex-CEO Guilty of Manipulation Ahead of Crash

A Cypriot court on Thursday found a former CEO of the Bank of Cyprus guilty of market manipulation, shortly before the island's banking system...

Greece: 5 Instances Where Small Radical Groups Wreak Havoc

The sense of disorder in Greece is gathering pace, as a small leftist minority disrupts life and destroys public and private property, on a...

Greek Woman Caught Kicking Young Girl Sentenced

The photograph of a middle-aged woman kicking a young Roma girl playing the accordion on the foothills of the Acropolis, made headlines in Greece...

New Eurogroup Chief: Debt Relief for Greece Only After Completion of Program

Greece needs to fully complete its current bailout program before the country receives any relief on its huge debt pile, the new Eurogroup president...

General Strike over Austerity Brings Greece to a Halt

Greek workers have walked off their jobs for a 24-hour general strike that is shutting down  services across the country. Domestic flights and Athens transport...

Tsipras: Tusk’s Proposal on Refugee Quotas is ‘Unfortunate’

The proposal by European Council President Donald Tusk to scrap mandatory quotas on relocating asylum seekers across the European Union, is "unfortunate, untimely and...

Greek Anarchist Group Attacks Saudi Embassy in Athens (video)

Members of the Rouvikonas anarchist group attacked the embassy of Saudi Arabia in Athens in the early hours of Thursday. Video footage shows at least...

Angry Demonstrators Jeer Tsipras on the Eve of National Strike (video)

Angry municipal workers jeered the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, as he was leaving his office in Thessaloniki on Wednesday. Earlier, the Greek PM apparently...

Clashes Erupt Between Police and Angry Roma in Athens

At least nine policemen were slightly injured on Wednesday following clashes with dozens of angry demonstrators who pelted the police station in the Athenian...

Latest Polls: New Democracy Maintains Big Lead over SYRIZA

Opposition New Democracy (ND), has a 9.4 percent lead over governing SYRIZA, according to the latest MRB poll. Of those intending to vote, 30.7% said...

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