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A single-seat and ultra-lightweight aluminium aircraft made entirely of low-cost and alternative materials by a Greek policeman in the northern city of Florina, Greece,...

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Corruption and fraud issues have not yet ceased to trouble the Greek society, despite the fact that their numbers appear to have decreased compared to...

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Greece is not one of the countries that have asked Swiss authorities to release on the web the names of suspected tax evaders who...

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The session of the Parliamentary Committee on Institutions and Transparency to approve the appointment of the board of directors of the national broadcaster (ERT)...

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Canadian financier and Fairfax Financial Holdings Chief Executive Prem Watsa expressed his optimism for Greece on Monday, saying the climate in the country will...

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Maritime industry representatives, the officials who formulate maritime policy in Europe's ports, will arrive at the port of Piraeus from May 28 to 31, to celebrate the European...

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  Penteliκon, the historical hotel in Kifisia, the upscale, northern Athens suburb, is shutting down due to debt after 88 years of operation. On Monday, the hotel management...

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New Democracy MP Dora Bakoyiannis said she fears that Greece may be forced to enforce capital controls if no deal is reached by the coming three-day...

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The University of Patras in Greece has once again been put under the spotlight, thanks to Evangelos Skodras’ double distinction for the development of EyeType....

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More than eighteen automotive companies operating in the Greek market recorded a sales increase during the first quarter of 2015. A partial list of the...

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Greeks have a total of 34,715,719 bank accounts, which means that every Greek possesses an average of three bank accounts. Also, Greeks have withdrawn...

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Greece is losing its priceless human capital as the economic crisis continues, which is leading to the biggest brain drain in history since the...