Twenty Undocumented Migrants Arrive on Mykonos

Port Authority of Mykonos on Thursday found 20 undocumented migrants who had landed on Merhia beach. Among the migrants there were 5 children. This is...

Greece Celebrates Closing Ceremony at Rio Paralympics 2016 With 13 Medals

As the Rio Paralympics 2016 games came to a close on Sunday, Greece walked away with a total of 13 medals. Greece won a total...

Nicos Anastasiades Continues Visit to Greece, Meets With Alexis Tsipras

Greece Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras received Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades on Wednesday in the Greek capital. "I welcome you at a crucial and interesting period...

1 Million Euro Reward for Xeros’ Arrest

The Greek newspaper Kathimerini has confirmed the rumors that circulated the media when known Greek terrorist Christodoulos Xeros was arrested in Anavyssos, on Saturday,...

Thousands Across Greece Protest Against New Austerity Measures

Τhousands of people gathered in Athens and major cities across Greece on Friday to protest against the new round of austerity measures that the...

Vessel to Arrive on Lesvos to Accommodate Migrants Following Blaze at Moria Camp

As a fire raged through the Moria migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesvos Monday night, more than half of the 4,400 residents...

ESI Chairman Gerald Knaus on Refugee Crisis: ‘Europe Is Hiding Behind Greece’

The European Union was failing to grasp that the refugee issue is a European problem, the head of the European Stability Initiative (ESI) -- ...

Four-Wheel Motorcyclists Protest in Athens against Traffic Ban (photos)

Hundreds of four-wheel motorcyclists drove through the streets of Athens to protest against the changes of the Road Traffic Code, which bans all-terrain vehicles...

French FinMin Sapin: An Overall Agreement on Debt is Necessary

An agreement with the IMF on the Greek debt is necessary, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on the sidelines of the Ecofin meeting...
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Exclusive: Former Greek PM George Papandreou in His Most Truthful Interview

"I have been a scapegoat but I never cared if I would be reelected" says George Papandreou in a tell-all interview on Greece's bailouts, and the difficult decisions that marked his term and his name. Watch the interview.

3% of the World’s Greatest Scientists Are Greek; Most Live Abroad

Greece may be a small country, however, its contribution to the scientific world is disproportionately large compared to its size. Even though the Greek...

EU Gives Green Light for Tsipras’ Welfare Benefit Handouts

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' recent statements announcing the distribution of one-off welfare benefits totaling 1.4 billion euros are not in contradiction with what has...

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