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Greece Needs Political Change, Says ND Leader Mitsotakis

The sad chapter of SYRIZA-Independent Greeks must end. Greece needs a political change in order to be able, at last, to make the great...

Key Section of Ionian Highway Opens to Traffic

Infrastructure and Transport Minister Christos Spirtzis on Wednesday officially opened the 27-km section of the Ionian highway between the Amfilochia junction and the Arta...

Wall of Old Korydallos Women’s Prison Knocked Down to Create Park

The perimeter wall outside the Korydallos women's prison was demolished in the presence of Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis, local government officials and Piraeus-area MPs...

Frontex Vessel Rescues Refugees in the Sea Region of Kastellorizo

A Frontex vessel located and rescued 35 migrants and refugees on Tuesday, in a dinghy off the coasts of Ro islet near the island...

Workers in Greek Museums and Archaeological Sites Announce Strike for the Weekend

The federation of the Ministry of Culture employees (POE-YPPO) has announced a 48-hour strike for this weekend, and as a result museums and archaeological...

Tsipras: ‘A Day to Honor the Thousands of Citizens That Resisted the Dictatorship’

The 43rd anniversary since democracy was restored in Greece coincides with the final restoration of economic stability and the recovery of the country, Prime...

Mitsotakis: Democratic Institutions are for the First Time so Openly Undermined

Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis lashed out at the government which he accused of attempting to undermine the institutions in order...

Eide Says UN Remains Committed to Supporting Cyprus Process on Existing Parameters

The UN remains committed to supporting a process on the existing parameters for a solution of the Cyprus issue, UN Secretary General’s Special Advisor...

Schaeuble to Bild: The Most Dramatic Moment Was Summer of 2015 Over Program for...

"Greece has implemented many reforms and is on a good path," German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Monday in an interview with Bild...

Ancient Greek Theatre Festival Opens with Euripides’ ‘Medea’ in Dodoni Theatre

The 1st Festival of Ancient Greek Theatre in Epirus opened at the ancient Dodoni theatre on Saturday night with a performance of the Euripides...

Judges and Prosecutors Accuse Government of Seeking to Manipulate Justice

The Union of Judges and Prosecutors, in a harsh announcement issued on Sunday, accused the government of "systematically attempting the complete subjugation and manipulation...

Athens Replies to Eide, Accuses Him of Acting as Turkey’s Spokesperson

Responding to interviews given by United Nations Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide regarding the events in Crans Montana and the failure of...

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