Patras Carnival Commences with Thousands Attending (video)

The 2017 Patras Carnival commenced on Saturday at Agios Georgios Square as fireworks lit the night sky and thousands of people celebrated until the...

Greece Appoints Former Business Leaders to Run Privatization Fund

The Greek government on Friday announced the names of two former business leaders to head the new privatization fund, as required by the country's...

Greece May Extend “Spending Cutter” through 2019

Greece may extend the fiscal contingency mechanism until 2019 in order to restart negotiations with creditors over the bailout program review, Prime Minister Alexis...

Health Authorities on Alert as Deadly Flu Claims 14 Lives in Greece

Greece's health authorities are on alert as 14 people have died of flu complications this winter, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO)...

Refugee Children Get Warm Welcome in Greek School

The refugee children who went to the 1st and 2nd Kalochori Elementary Schools on Thursday received the warmest welcome from students and teachers alike. The...

FYROM Rotates New Group of Slovak Officers to Greece Border

The latest rotation of Slovak officers are going to be taking post on the FYROM-Greece border. This will be the 6th rotation of the officers...

8 in 10 Greeks Not Happy With Government; ND Leads SYRIZA by 14%, Poll...

A recent survey carried out by the University of Macedonia on behalf of Skai shows that around eight in 10 Greeks are not satisfied with...

Report: Greeks Severely Underemployed, New Jobs Pay Less Than €600 Monthly

New jobs are offering increasingly low salaries in Greece according to data from the Labor Ministry’s Ergani database. According to the data presented in the...

Greece at the Bottom of Inclusive Development Index Ranking

Greece has ranked last among developed economies, according to the Inclusive Development Index (IDI) compiled by the World Economic Forum (WEF)  and published on...

German FinMin Is Against Greece’s Bailout Without the IMF

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on Thursday reiterated his position that Germany would not support a new bailout program for Greece without the participation...

Greek Government in Yet Another Blatant Attempt to Control the Press

If backflips were an Olympic sport, it is certain that Mr. Tsipras and his cabinet would bring plenty of gold medals to Greece. Only...

Snow and Rain Wreak Havoc in Northern Greece, Peloponnese

More bad weather has impacted the northern Peloponnese and western Macedonia regions of Greece. In western Macedonia over 40 villages were faced with complete power...

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