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Dimitris Polymenopoulos

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Though my diploma specifically states that I'm an engineer, I am in fact a freelance photographer and journalist currently living in Athens. This is probably due to the fact that, early in life, I found people to be far more interesting than machines.

Budget Office to Govt, Opposition and Troika: “Change, Or Else”

The Greek Parliament's Budgetary Office (BO), responsible for monitoring how the Greek State's budget is implemented, has issued its fourth quarter report for 2013 on...

Remains Found in Cemetery Not from Missing Alex

The human remains that were found buried in a cemetery in Imathia do not belong to little Alex, but to an older adult female, according...

Jeroen Dijsselbloem to Greece: Review Taking Too Long

Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem wasn't mincing any words, following Monday's Eurogroup meeting. "I'm sorry to say that the review is not yet concluded, and further work...

Dora Bakoyannis to Chair PACE Committee on Political Affairs

Following a nomination by the EPP, the head of Greece 's PACE delegation, and Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Dora Bakoyannis was unanimously voted in to chair...

Greek Minister of Education Mulls Over Extension of School Year

The Greek school year may soon be longer, according to statements made by the Greek Minister of Education Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos, in a Sunday newspaper...

Greek Council on Foreign Policy to Meet

The Greek National Council on Foreign Policy, chaired by Deputy PM and Minister of Foreign Affairs Evangelos Venizelos, will be meeting today to discuss foreign policy issues...

Greek FinMin Stournaras Heads to Eurogroup Meeting

Greek Finance Minister Giannis Stournaras will be attending todays Eurogroup meeting with a mission to assuage impatient EU Finance Ministers, ahead of the return...

Kedikoglou: Illegal Immigration Biggest Issue for Greek EU Presidency

In the aftermath of the Farmakonisi incident, New Democracy and SYRIZA continue to exchange words regarding Greece's pressing illegal immigration issue. In the latest...

State of Emergency Declared in Cephalonia (Update)

More than  two dozen aftershocks followed Sunday's strong earthquake, which struck just before 4pm off the Greek island of Cephalonia. The initial quake measured...

In Prison for Animal Cruelty: A Greek First

A Serres man is the first Greek to be sent to prison for animal cruelty. The offender was fined 5,000 euro and sentenced to...

“Nautilus: Navigating Greece” Exhibition Opens in Brussels

The exhibition "Nautilius: Navigating Greece" has opened at the Musée des Beaux Arts (Βozar) in Brussels, Belgium. On display until the end of April, the...

Greek Receipt Policy Still Up in Air

Six years into the crippling economic crisis, the Greek Government is still tinkering heavily with its receipt collection policy, aimed at curbing tax evasion....

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