Greek Bond Yield Falls After Fitch Upgrade

The yield on Greek government bonds fell to 3.25%, close to the lowest level since 2009, following an upgrade by Fitch Ratings. The yield of...

Greece’s Account Surplus Drops in June, But Tourism Revenues are Up

Greek current account surplus shrank in June, but tourism revenues were up, according to a Bank of Greece report released on Monday. The shrinking is...

Greek Gov’t Refuses to Participate in Conference Condemning Communist Crimes

  The Greek government has refused to participate in a conference in Estonia on August 23 titled "The Heritage in 21st Century Europe of the...

Greek Minister: No Sign of Potential Terrorist Hit in Greece, ‘Lone Wolf” Scenario Can’t...

There is no indication that Greece is a target for a terrorist attack, but the "lone wolf" hit scenario could not be excluded, said...

Greece Celebrates Lighthouses Weekend with 23 of them Open to the Public

Greece celebrates International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend today, Sunday, with 23 lighthouses across the country open to the public. International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend was established in 2003 at...

Naxos Tavern Owner Finds Clever Way to Protest Against Heavy Taxes, Austerity

A tavern owner on Naxos found an inventive way to protest against the heavy taxes and overall austerity imposed upon Greek people in the...

Fires Rage in Ilia, Villages Evacuated, Reborn Forest Burns Again

A fire that broke out on Sunday afternoon in the Ilia prefecture in Peloponnese is burning woodlands near the villages of Rodina and Kostomera, forcing...

Antetokounmpo Out of European Basketball Championship with Knee Injury

Greece's basketball federation on Saturday accused the Milwaukee Bucks and the NBA of preventing Giannis Antetokounmpo from playing in the European championship. The Greek federation...

Athens’ 17th Century Fethiye Mosque Opens to the Public

A photographic exhibition on the work completed by the Athens Ephorate of Antiquities in the past two years will signal the opening of the...

Dimitris Papadimitriou Named 2017 Laser Radial Youth World Champion

Greek sailor Dimitris Papadimitriou was named Laser Radial Youth world champion on Friday, after competing in 11 races at the 2017 Laser Radial Youth...

President Pavlopoulos Brings Back Germany’s WWII Reparations Issue

I Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos has once again demanded Germany pay World War II reparations for the damage and atrocities done during the occupation. Speaking during...

Greece to Open Tenders for Oil and Gas Explorations

The Greek government has opened two tenders for offshore oil and gas blocks in the Mediterranean and Ionian Seas and has invited IOCs to...

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