Greek Culinary Journeys Festival at Klafthmonos Square

The flavours and aromas of Greece will flood Klafthmonos Square today and tomorrow. The First Greek Culture of Alimentation offers to its visitors events...

Only The House Shall Approve Excess Of Spending

Greece finalizes decisions on strict caps for each ministry’s expenditure, providing that in case of a minister that cannot meet demands, they would require...

Ministry of Finance Meetings Regarding IMF Loan Continue

Many continuous meetings in a climate of agony are scheduled to take place, as of Tuesday morning in the office of the Minister of...

Jewelry Shop Owner in Athens Fatally Shot in Apparent Robbery

A jewelry shop owner was fatally shot during an apparent hold-up on Tuesday in Lykovrissi (Athens). Police believe that robbery was the incentive for the...

Fitch Downgrades Cyprus Due to Exposure to Greek Debt

Fitch Rating Agency downgraded on Tuesday Cyprus` rating by three notches, citing exposure to Greek sovereign debt, while warning that it could downgrade the...

Chilean Miner Survivors Arrive on Crete

The 33 miners from Chile, who had been trapped in the mine of San Jose a few months ago arrive in Greece today. The owner...

Minister of Education Invites All Schools to Participate in Textbook Initiative

The Minister of Education, Anna Diamantopoulou, sent a letter to all of the schools in Greece, which invites them to actively participate in the...

A Greek Man Breaks 3 Guinness World Records!

Three Guinness World Records were broken by Kostas Karipidis and his team, in a ceremony that took place in the closed gymnastic ...

Iconographer Elena Antonova to Hold Workshop on Lesvos

Vatoussa, a mountain village on the island of Lesvos will be the perfect setting for a Greek Icon workshop with iconographer Elena Antonova. Elena is...

Oil Exploration Tenders to Begin in 2012

The Greek government will launch tender procedures for oil exploration contracts in the Ionian Sea and southern Crete in 2012, after completion of seismic...

Study Reveals 9 in 10 Parents Would Urge Child to Work Abroad

With jobless rates soaring and the economy in its third year of recession, 95% of Greek parents said that they would urge their children...

Financial Times Front Page Article Discusses Unprecedented European Intervention in Greek Economy

According to a front page article on the Financial Times, ''European leaders are negotiating a deal that would lead to unprecedented outside intervention in...

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