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A 48-year-old woman from Thessaloniki and her 20-year-old son have been charged with scamming thousands of euros from unsuspecting Facebook users by offering betting...

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Politics and journalism are intertwined; this is certain. The saying "journalism can take you anywhere as long as you quit early" is also true....

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A Greek court ruled that newspaper director Nikolas Voulelis and journalist Dimitris Psaras are not guilty of breaching and abusing Golden Dawn MP Ilias Kasidiaris' personal...

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After the third successive unsuccessful ballot for the election of the new President of the Hellenic Republic, international media once again has their eyes...

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In the turmoil of the second unsuccessful ballot for the election of the new President of the Hellenic Republic, international media have yet again...

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On the acceleration of the procedures for electing the new President of the Hellenic Republic and the market's reaction on the development referred today...

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The “Athanassios Botsis” Foundation for the Promotion of Journalism presented its prestigious annual awards to 17 Greek journalists yesterday at the Old Parliament House in...

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The Greek edition of Huffington Post was officially launched on Thursday at the Acropolis Museum, with the presence of its President and Editor-in-Chief, Arianna Huffington, who...

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The Hellenic Gaming Commission (EEEP) is set to ban all phone-in games of chance on Greek television after asking Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis to...

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Deputy Chairman of Greece's Public Television NERIT Andreas Zoulas submitted his resignation on Friday, just days after the resignation of author Christos Homenidis, another member of the NERIT board. Earlier...

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On Thursday, a Greek Misdemeanors Court handed down an eight-month jail sentence, suspended pending appeal, to a 27-year-old riot police officer found guilty of...

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Greece is unlikely to participate in next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Austria, as the deadline for participants has expired. NERIT, the successor of Greece's...