Greek Government Attacks Court Decision on Religion Lessons

The Greek government has launched an attack on the Council of State after this week's decision that changes in grade-school religion lessons are unconstitutional. The...

Council of State Deems Changes in Religion Lessons Unconstitutional

The Council of State on Tuesday ruled that the changes made by former education minister Nikos Filis in religion lessons are unconstitutional and contrary...

New Book Examines Greek Diaspora’s Benefaction Work

Greeks abroad have been in the vanguard of helping and supporting communities in the homeland before, during and after the creation of the modern...

Masked Attackers Storm Greek University Lecture

A group of about 10 hooded assailants stormed a class at the University of Piraeus on Thursday and threw paint at the lecturer. The incident...

Schoolkids March in Remote Greek Island of the Dodecanese (video)

Children on the remote island of Agathonisi in the Dodecanese marched during a ceremony marking the anniversary of the island chain joining Greece in...

Greek, Chinese Universities to Build Tai Chi Center in Attica

Greek and Chinese universities are to join forces to set up a special health center near Athens. The University of Western Attica and the Shanghai...

Holy Fury at ‘Unorthodox’ Greek School Books (photos)

Several thousand people, including hundreds of Greek Orthodox clerics, have marched on parliament, angry about new school texts they claim endanger faith in Orthodox...

Six Greek Universities Rank Among World’s Top 500

The Metsovio Polytechnic of Athens (National Technical University of Athens) has been ranked 124th in the Engineering and Technology category of the QS list...

Greek-Designed Aircraft Takes Off (video)

A two-seat airplane made in Florina, northern Greece -- a labor of love for a retired Greek policeman turned designer -- is ready for...

Athens Prosecutor to Probe College Crime Wave

Greek prosecutors are to get involved in a developing scandal about allegations of violence, vandalism and general criminality plaguing some of the country's universities Athens...

Social Hackers Academy Teaches Refugees to Code in Athens

A new NGO started by coders and software engineers quit their jobs, and a handful of volunteers are teaching refugees, migrants, and unemployed Greek...

Professor Complains of Rampant Criminal Activity in University of Athens Campus

National Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA) Deputy Professor Manos Stephanidis sent an open letter to the Dean of the School of Economics, Thanos Dimopoulos,...

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