Journalists’ Strike All Too Convenient for Greek Govt

This weekend will be too crucial for Greece as the SYRIZA-ANEL coalition is ready to pass austerity measures in parliament that would finish off what...

Greece is European Champion in Deaf Women’s Basketball

Greece is the European Champion in Deaf Women's Basketball after beating Lithuania 52-41 in the final that took place at Nick Galis Hall in Athens. The...

AEK Part Company With Jimenez, Appoint Kostenoglou

AEK Athens have appointed Nikos Kostenoglou as their new coach after parting company with Manuel Jimenez by mutual consent, the Super League club said...

Police Riot Officer Shot at Skouries

Three women from Halkidiki, northern Greece, who were arrested following more skirmishes between protesters and police at the Skouries gold mine faced a local...

Eurogroup President: Greek Gov’t Needs Time to Settle In

It is too early to speak about what will happen with the current fiscal program of Greece, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said at a...

Who Needs Viagra When You Can Eat Like A Greek?

Dr. Athanasios Angelis, Greek cardiologist at Hippokratio Hospital in Athens, Greece, presented his research regarding erectile dysfunction at the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging...

New Restaurant Offers Opportunity for Disabled

Thirty-three-year-old Dionysis-Nectarios Daloukas, plans to open up a restaurant in the Greek port city of Volos, Thessaly, and will be exclusively hiring disabled employees....

Bulgaria Set to Raise Fence on Border with Greece

Bulgaria is set to build a razor-wire fence along its southern border with Greece to stop possible migrant flows, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said...

Two Earthquakes Hit Chalkidiki

Two small but alarming earthquakes in Chalkidiki have made residents fearful that these quakes may be a signal of a larger more devastating earthquake to...

Greek Tourism Arrivals to Hit Record High in 2014

Greek revenues from tourism have increased more than 25 percent during the first four months of 2014, compared to last year. Both tourist arrivals and revenues...

Greek PM Tsipras Meets with Distomo Massacre Survivor

A meeting with the man who shocked the German public opinion with his narration of what the Nazis did in the village of Distomo, Greece,...

Cyprus Deal Has 100M Euros Penalty Clause

If Cyprus breaks its deal with international lenders about to put up a 10 billion euros ($13 billion) bailout, the government will have to...

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