Faliro’s Cruise Port Plan Draws Fire

Greece is planning to develop a new port for cruise ships between the Peace and Friendship Stadium and the Faliro Delta, not far from...

Dunant Hospital Awaits Buyer’s Decision

Henry Dunant Hospital, which was once one of the best hospitals in Greece, is now facing bankruptcy. On April 17, it was to be...

CHD Treatment Based on Greek Scientist’s Idea

The CosmoPHOS-nano Project, whose opening meeting was held in Thessaloniki, aims at the creation of an innovative system for the treatment, diagnosis and effectiveness...

Greek Researchers Find Quantum Femto-Magnetism

Greek scientists from the University of Crete and the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), in collaboration with U.S. scientists from Ames Research Center...

Another Protest Against Gold Mine Project

Unrelenting in their opposition, thousands of Greek protesters on April 13 demonstrated against a gold mining venture under way in the northeastern region of...

EU Probes Aegean’s Olympic Bid

Worried about a near-monopoly on domestic air traffic in Greece, European Union antitrust regulators plan a lengthy investigation into a second attempt by Greek...

Greek Parents Buying Fewer Toys

Greece's crushing economic austerity is taking its toll on the toy industry as well as Greeks are buying fewer for their children, according to...

SDOE Pushed On Lagarde List Report

Tired of foot-dragging by Greece's Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE) in delivering a report on a list of Greeks with secret Swiss bank accounts, members...

Rybolovlev’s Backstage Deal Gets Him Skorpios

Dmitry Rybolovlev, a Russian businessman, investor, philanthropist and current owner of AS Monaco Football Club, is now the owner of Aristotle Onassis’s legendary island...

Parliament OK’s Deal On TAP Gas

The Greek Parliament has ratified the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Albania, Italy and Greece on the construction and operation of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline...

Cypriot Students Win Imagine Cup Again

For the third straight year,  engineering students from the University of Cyprus have won the The Multinational Software Corporation Microsoft, a premier student technology...

Gold Mine Protesters Cut Off Ierissos

Opponents of a gold mine project in northern Greece aren't backing down from confrontations with authorities who want the development to go ahead and...

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