Greece: EU’s Third Worst in Education Spending

Negative data recorded in the report of the EU’s Observatory for Education and Training included: significant reduction in the dispenses for education, high...

Crowd Funding Campaign to Restore Ancient Theater of Cassope Aims at Raising €80,000

A non-profit organization has partnered with the National Bank of Greece (NBG) to launch a crowd funding campaign to conduct a restoration of the...

First Caretta-Caretta Nest for this Season on Zakynthos Island

The first nest of the Caretta-Caretta sea turtle of this season was located early on Monday in west Secania, Zakynthos, Greece, by volunteers of the...

Thessaloniki to Replace “White Tower” Landmark With “Mermaid Thessalonike’

The Thessaloniki Association of Professionals and Traders (OEETH) launched a new initiative aiming at presenting the Mermaid Thessalonike as the new emblem of the...

PM G. Papandreou Aims to Cease the Turkish Occupation in Cyprus

The Prime Minister used the Turkish invasion date, to refer and assure the Cypriots, that Cyprus will continue to be a top priority for...

‘We Need a New Vision for Humanity,’ Tsipras Says at UN World Humanitarian Summit

The humanitarian crisis can only be tackled with coordination, cooperation and solidarity, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Monday, while addressing heads of...

Troika: Next Aid Tranche Probably Available In Early November

The sixth aid tranche would be released to Greece most likely in early November, said the Troika in a joint statement. Once the Eurogroup and...

Greek Gov’t Rushes to Raise €7 Billion in March for Debt

The Greek ministry of finance is rushing to raise 6.95 billion euros in March in order to meet obligations regarding its international debt. The Treasury...

Greeks Shun Condoms, Like Many Partners

A survey about the sexual behavior of Europeans carried out by the Durex condom company has found that 38 percent of Greek women have...

Samaras Says Foreign Investors Saviors

Days after returning from a trip to China to woo business, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said the way out of the country's crushing...

Tsipras Tells Cabinet that Eurogroup Meeting Was a Success, Despite Shortfalls

Greece's Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressed his cabinet during a meeting on Tuesday, in the aftermath of the extraordinary Eurogroup meeting...

Greece’s Proposal Will Be Accepted by Creditors, Says Parliament President

Greece's Parliament President Nikos Voutsis expressed his optimism in Greek radio on Thursday that the country's proposal on how to complete the negotiations with creditors will be...

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