Greek Seas Valuable for the Survival of Sea Mammals

Greek Seas constitute a valuable place for the survival of rare species which are very important for the marine ecosystem of the Mediterranean...

Low Wages in Greece’s Private Sector

Reports that with the implementation of the Memorandum in 2011, and the Medium-Term Plan, Greece will soon become the "China of Europe"  have finally been confirmed. Under...

Greece Recognises the Republic of South Sudan

According to the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs statement, ''Greece recognizes the Republic of South Sudan as a new state and welcomes it into the international community. The Greek...

Greek PM Sends Letter To Eurogroup President

“Crunch time has arrived” said Greek PM George Papandreou in a letter sent last night to the President of the Eurogroup Jean-Claude Juncker, adding...

Europeans Clash over Greek Debt Crisis

Following eight hours of talks on Tuesday evening (11 July), finance ministers from the 17 countries that share the common EU currency, are discussing...

Nine Migrants Killed in Road Crash

Nine illegal immigrants including two children died in a car accident in northeastern Greece Monday in which four others people were seriously injured, police...

State Budget Deficit Widens 28% in First Six Months

A greater recession than expected has caused Greece’s central government deficit to widen by almost one third in the first half of 2011 already. As...

New Indictment in Fixed Football Games Case

A prosecutor has prepared a new indictment regarding the "fixed" football games case, in the wake of wire-tapped phone discussions concerning people controlled by the...

Formal Indictment Against Greece by European Court of Justice

The European Commission has decided to make a formal indictment against Greece at the European Court of Justice as it has not yet complied with European regulations....

Visitors Prefer Archaelogical Sites Over Museums

A decrease of 26.5% in the number of museum visitors in the country and 27.9% in their revenues, was observed in March 2011 compared to last March, announced the Greek Statistical...

First Summer Heatwave Strikes

The first heatwave of the summer commenced on July 11th. The National Meteorological Service said that the temperature will reach 39C and temperatures will remain...

Deputy Minister of Culture & Tourism: Sector has Increased

Although there has been strikes and unpleasant images in Syntagma Square over recent weeks, tourism has increased over the last six months, according to G. Nikitiades, the...

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