10.000 Euros Compensation to Vatopedi Monastery

Father Ephraim of the Holy and Great Monastery of Vatopedi, was suing Greek journalist, Kostas Vaxevanis for two of his articles published on the Internet...

Greek Lawmakers Head Towards New Deadlock in TV Watchdog (NCRTV) Debacle

The controversial TV licensing law was amended by the government on Thursday. The change now stipulates that the National Council for Radio and Television...

Council of State to Convene on TV Licensing Law on October 24 and 26

The Council of State (CoS) plenum will meet on October 24 and 26 to discuss and decide on the constitutionality and legality of the...

State Council Denies Motion to Suspend TV License Tender

The number of national broadcasters will be reduced to four as planned by the government following the decision by the Council of State on...

Greek Politicians, Media Mourn Sudden Death of Greek Journalist Vassilis Beskenis, 43

Journalist Vassilis Beskenis passed away after he suffered a heart failure on Sunday morning. He was 43 and his death is mourned by Greece's...

ND Says Government Needs to Repeal the TV Licensing Law Submitted by Minister Pappas

New Democracy (ND) is ready to agree with the government on the establishment of the new Greek National Council for Radio and Television (NCRTV)...

German Newspaper’s Friendly Welcome to Greek Prime Minister

German newspaper Bild published an unprecedented friendly welcome to Greece and its Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, ahead of today's meeting between the Greek prime...

Is Greece’s SYRIZA Eyeing Up a ‘Macedonia’ Referendum?

Political analysts in Greece are speculating whether the SYRIZA-led government is having second-thoughts on its refusal to contemplate a referendum on a possible agreement...

Greek News in Turkish!

The Greek TV station Channel 6 (Kanali 6) in the region of Xanthi, Thrace, northeastern Greece and the journalist John Sidiropoulos decided to create a...

New Yorker: Photos of a Declining Greece

The US magazine NEW YORKER is featuring a photographic series about the economic crisis in Greece, seen from the perspective of a Greek who...

Greece Ranks 91st in World Press Freedom Index

Greece ranked 91st in the annual Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index 2015, which is a step up compared to last year when...

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...

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