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Clashes Erupt Between Greek Police and Migrants in Lesvos Camp (video)

A fire has broken out at a large migrant camp in the Greek island of Lesvos following a protest at the site. The unrest began...

Greek Civil Service Ranked Third From Bottom in Effectiveness

The Greek civil service has always been the butt of many jokes by the country’s citizens. It’s renowned ineffectiveness often brings misery and frustration...

New Heatwave to Hit Greece in the Next Days

Greeks and tourists alike will have to endure a second heatwave in the space of 10 days as temperatures will reach 41 degrees Celsius. According...

Opposition New Democracy Nears Overall Majority in New Poll

A new poll published in Greek daily Parapolitika shows that the opposition New Democracy (ND) is closing in on its target to achieve overall...

Tragedy in Crete as Dad Kills Son Mistaken for Burglar

A 55-year-old man died after he was shot by his elderly father who mistook him as a burglar ready to break into his home. The...

Turkey Warns Cyprus Νot to Τake Unilateral Steps on Energy

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan warned it was unacceptable that some energy companies were taking part in what he called irresponsible measures by Greek Cypriots. "It...

Greece Blames Turkey for Failure at Cyprus Talks

The Greek Foreign Ministry on Saturday said that Turkey is responsible for the failure of the Conference on Cyprus reunification in Swiss Crans-Montana. The ministry...

Eight Suspects Arrested after US Tourist Beaten to Death in Greece

Greek police said on Saturday that they had made eight arrests, including six Serbian nationals, after an American tourist was beaten to death in...

Greek Judges Accuse Government of Endangering Rule of Law

Senior members of the Greek judiciary have strongly criticized the government for undermining rule of law. The prestigious Association of Judges and Prosecutors of Greece...

New Law on Sunday Shopping in Greece Comes into Effect

Economy Minister, Dimitris Papadimitriou, signed the new law that allows the voluntary operation of shops on Sundays. The new law 4427/2017 allows for retail stores...

Pentagon Seeks to Upgrade American Base on Crete

The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joseph F. Dunford, expressed Washington’s desire to further upgrade the American base at Souda Bay...

Disgraced Former Minister Tsochatzopoulos Now Supports Syriza

In his first major TV interview since he was released from jail former Defense Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos came out in support for SYRIZA. Tsochatzopoulos a...

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