July 24, 1974: When Democracy Was Restored in Greece

The five days between July 20 and July 24 in 1974 were the most turbulent, and the most decisive, in modern Greek history. The...

Greek Former Minister: Russia Could Offer Aid in Case of Grexit

Russia would offer Greece cash in advance for a gas pipeline in case the country was forced to leave the euro zone in the...

Tsipras to Varoufakis: Let’s Take the €16 Bln of the European Central Bank

"What? There are 16 billion euros in cash scattered here and there, and we do not use them to load ATMs and make them...

Turkish Cypriots and Ankara Examine Scenarios for Closed City of Famagusta

The Turkish Cypriot side and Ankara are studying various scenarios for the future of Varosha and the closed city of Famagusta, a Kathimerini newspaper...

Erdogan Sends Provocative Message on Anniversary of Turkish Invasion to Cyprus

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday spoke about the "plights" and "suffering" of the Turkish Cypriot people on the 43rd anniversary of Turkey's...

Corfu Deputy Mayor Helps People with Disabilities Enjoy the Beach

Social Affairs, Solidarity and Volunteer Counselor of the Corfu Municipality, Andreas Skoumbouras, took the initiative to make the beach fun for people who are...

Greek Government Sees ‘End of the Tunnel’ for Austerity

At a cabinet meeting, held behind closed doors on Wednesday, ministers agreed on the main legislative initiatives to be implemented in the next few...

New Turkish Provocations Against Aircraft Carrying Greek President

Turkish provocations against the helicopter carrying Greek President of the Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos were repeated on Wednesday, as Turkish warplane pilots warned the Greek...

Turkish FM Launches New Threats Against Cyprus Over Drilling in EEZ

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Tuesday launched new threats against Cyprus over the drilling for gas and oil in the island's exclusive economic...

Leftist Government in Greece See Those Who Put Them in Power, Turn Against Them

If a picture speaks a thousand words, the picture of the two former Syriza ministers escaping the wrath of the crowd speaks about a...

Germany Earned €1.3Bln From Greek Debt Crisis

Since the beginning of Greece’s economic crisis in 2009, Germany has earned 1.3 billion euros as a result of its loans to Athens and...

Matthew Nimetz: I Think There Is a New Impetus on the Naming Dispute

Resolving its naming dispute is high on the agenda of FYROM's government and therefore there is a "new impetus" in the effort for resolving...

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