3 Military Aircrafts Scheduled to Pick Up Alexandria’s Greeks

The Greek Foreign Ministry announced that three C-130 military aircrafts will depart the Elefsis military airport for Alexandria tomorrow morning, February 1st at 9:00 a.m. Currently...

Public Consultation Initiative Launched Regarding Greek Language Education

With the aim of forming a coherent and comprehensive proposal, to be reflected in the forthcoming period as a legislative initiative, a public consultation...

Athens Public Transport Strikes Again

Public transport sector employees in Athens seem determined to continue their battle against the sector's reform that was decided by the government. Tomorrow a...

First Entrance In The Labour Market At 22

Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Monday that the first entrance in the labour market takes place relatively late and most of young people found...

Greece in Talks with EU & IMF on Debt Restructuring Strategy

Greece is in talks with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund on a debt restructuring package, according to The Financial Times. The scheme...

Beaten American Protester Sues Athenian Policeman

An American protester lodged a complaint against the DELTA police force for a homicide attempt and for abuse of administrative authority. The protester reported...

EU Considers Greek Debt Buyback as ‘Reprofiling’

The European Union, European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund are set to agree on a three-step plan that will help Greece “re-profile”...

Torrential Rains Flood Rhodes & Kos Islands

A state of emergency was declared Saturday afternoon in several towns on the islands of Rhodes and Kos.  The state of emergency declaration follows severe...

Athens Bus, Metro & Train Employees Announce Strike Next Week

Athenian public bus employees have called a 48-hour strike on Tuesday and Wednesday, protesting a draft law restructuring urban transports. Athens Metro and ISAP train...

German Finance Minister Claims EU Considering Extension of Greek Loans

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble claimed European governments are considering extending the life of aid loans to Greece, WirtschaftsWoche reported, citing an interview. The Greek government...

Farming Sector Begins Strike on Friday throughout Greece

New strikes in most Greek cities are begining in the farming sector, starting Friday morning. The farmers have occupied the Agricultural Bank of Greece...

Greek Hackers Steal & Trade Emissions Rights for 28 Million Euros

Greek hackers apparently made the big scoop and earned twenty-eight million euros through emissions trading. According to Patras portal dete.gr, the unknown hackers broke the registration codes...

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