Greece Announces Five Finalists in TV Licenses Tender

Greece's independent regulator, the National Council for Radio and Television (NCRTV), has announced five finalists for a tender for general content television broadcasting licenses. The five media...

Greece to Sell Majority Stake in Gas Company

On Monday Greece's privatization agency (HRADF) announced that the country has come to an agreement with its foreign creditors on how to proceed with...

Greek Students’ Astronaut Food is Out of This World

Even those going to the final frontier need to eat, and two Athens students have come up with a way to feed hungry astronauts...

Greece ‘Not High Up Ankara’s Agenda’ Says Turkish Newspaper Editor

The editor of Turkey's biggest English-language newspaper, the centrist Hurriyet Daily News, has said Greece is "not high up the agenda" for Ankara which...

OPINION: Bankers and Gangsters

The Jordanian people took to the streets for three days and nights in protest against a new austerity tax bill forcing Prime Minister Hani...

Greeks Paying €1.02 Tax for Every Liter of Gasoline they Buy

As the price of gasoline reaches an average €1.68 ($1.99) per liter in Athens and almost €2 on some islands, crisis-stricken Greeks are leaving...

Shipping World Gathers in Athens for Capital Link’s Forum

More than 1200 shipping company executives, investors, analysts, financiers attended the “Capital Link’s 6th Biennial Analyst & Investor Day Shipping Forum” that took place...

Drones Detect Plastic Waste in Greek Seas

University of the Aegean kgiyvbk researchers conducted a successful experiment detecting plastic waste in the sea of Lesvos with the use of drones. The Marine Remote...

New App Launched to Protect Travelers’ Consumer Rights While Visiting Greece

This week the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE), the largest trade union in the country, released a new app which is designed to...

Greek App Reveals Infants’ Cries to be More than Just Baby Talk

A Greek-designed app which tells new parents what their baby is 'saying' when it cries has become a finalist in an international tech competition. iCry2Talk...

China Complains over Picketing at Piraeus Port

Picketing of a Chinese-run cargo terminal at Piraeus this week, has sparked diplomatic tensions between Athens and Beijing. Greek media reports on Friday claimed China's...

Greece Further Relaxes Capital Controls to €5,000 per Month

Greece's finance ministry has further relaxed capital controls with a decision sent for publication in the Government Gazette on Thursday, raising the monthly limit...

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