Home Authors Posts by Tasos Kokkinidis

Tasos Kokkinidis

1693 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Happy Ending for Pensioner’s Nightmare in Mandra, Attica (photos)

The rescue of an elderly Greek woman from her flooded home in Mandra, Attica was captured on camera. The woman was entrapped by the water...

Greece to Proceed “Soon” with Bond Swap Deal

Greece will soon proceed with a bond swap exercise worth 30 billion euros, a top Finance ministry official told the Athens News Agency (ANA)...

Drone Captures Devastation in Attica Following Deadly Floods (video)

Dramatic footage from a drone shows the devastation caused by flooding in many parts of Attica, west of Athens. Roads and apartment buildings are seen...

Dramatic Rescue of Passengers from Sinking Bus on National Greek Highway (photos)

Firemen rescued a dozen passengers from a bus that was travelling from Athens to Corinth, when the vehicle was swept away by river of...

Anarchists Occupy Athens Polytechnic as Anniversary of Uprising Approaches

Groups of anarchists have occupied the main building of Athens Polytechnic, two days before the anniversary of the 1973 student uprising against the dictatorship. According...

23 Ambassadors Tour Premises of Model Greek Company

Twenty-three ambassadors paid a visit to the facilities of Apivita natural cosmetics company in Markopoulo, southeast of Athens, on Tuesday. Company president Nikos Koutsianas said...

Greece Eases Up on Capital Controls Again

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos signed a decree easing capital controls in the country. According to the new regulations, Greek residents will be able to withdraw...

More than a Dozen People Die in Floods in Mandra, Attica (video)

At least 15 people, ten men and five women, were killed in the town of Mandra, west of Athens in the most deadly such...

Magnificent Video of Fog-Covered Polyphytos Bridge in Northern Greece

The beautiful landscape of Lake Polyphytos and its bridge near the northern Greek city of Kozani, is captured in a time-lapse video recorded last weekend. The...

Hidden Crypts Discovered at Famous Monastery of St. John on Patmos Island

The complex that houses the grotto where tradition says Saint John wrote the Book of Revelation and his Gospel, on the eastern Aegean island...

True Stories Turned to Short Films Against Sexual Harassment in Greece

Greece's General Secretariat for Gender Equality (SGGA) released four short films based on true stories highlighting the issue of sexual harassment in Greece. The four...

Cypriot Army Commander Suspended for Beating Soldier

On Monday, Cyprus Defence Minister Christophoros Fokaides suspended the commander of a Limassol-based unit who is being investigated for allegedly beating a soldier. The 18-year...

LATEST