Foreign Press On Cyprus “No” Vote

The "no" vote from the Cypriot Parliament to the Eurogroup bailout plan has been the dominating issue in headlines of the international press, which...

Greek Way of Nutrition Promoted

Deputy Minister of Health, Fotini Skopouli and Tourism Minister Olga Kefaloyianni met to discus ways to push Greek food as a way to attract...

Greece Falls to 84th in Press Freedom

As the government tries to stifle criticism, and with much of the media aligned with political parties and downplaying scandals,  the NGO Journalists without...

Bombs Set Off at Greek Journalist’s Homes

Greek police are seeking suspects who authorities said set off a string of homemade bomb devices outside the homes of a number of journalists...

Eleftherotypia Back On The Stands

Seventeen months after Eleftherotypia closed because it was not  able to pay hundreds of journalists, the noted newspaper was set to begin publishing again...

Turkish TV Shows Greeks Bad Guys

Greeks in Turkey who hold citizenship there are complaining that characters on Turkish TV shows are depicting the Greek minority as criminals, collaborators, traitors...

BBC Asks Why No Mosque in Athens?

In a report, the BBC highlighted that Athens is the only European Union capital without a mosque and explored the tensions surrounding the quest...

Some Greek Companies Duck The Haratsi

While working Greeks are lining up to pay a doubled property tax being put into their electric bills, critics are arguing that some businesses...

Greek Crisis Takes Toll on Media

Greece's media outlets, many with political agendas and criticized as being run by business interests closely aligned with government administrations, are being hit hard...

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