Only God Can Save Greece…

If you want to be executed vote YES, if you would rather commit suicide vote NO: Greece Referendum

Athens’ Homeless to Be Sheltered at Metro Stations Over Weekend

As Greece braces for another cold snap over the weekend, authorities have announced that three metro locations in central Athens will stay open over...

New Poll Shows SYRIZA Leading by 11.5%

A new opinion poll shows SYRIZA leading with an impressive 11.5 percent over New Democracy. The intention to vote poll was conducted by Public Issue...

Greek Authorities Recover the Bodies of 4 Immigrants

On Friday, February 7, Greek authorities discovered the bodies of four immigrants. The immigrants drowned while a coast guard vessel was towing their...

1996: When Greece Faced War in the Aegean

The two Aegean islets of Imia are tiny, uninhabited and harbor no oil or gas, so how did they bring two NATO allies –...

Tsipras Re-elected SYRIZA President with 93.54% of Vote

The second SYRIZA conference re-elected Alexis Tsipras as party president with 93.54% of the total vote. Out of the total 2,926 delegates, 2,758 voted with...

Greek Unemployment in July Remained Unchanged at 25%

Greek unemployment rate fell to 25% of the workforce in July this year, down 1.3 points compared with July 2014, but unchanged from June,...

Olympiacos Vice President to Run for Piraeus Mayor

Vangelis Marinakis, the Greek ship-owner and Olympiakos F.C chairman will not offer his candidacy for Piraeus mayor at the upcoming local election. However, the ballot will...

UNICEF Setting Up Children Zone Near Greek-FYROM Border

UNICEF announced that it would set up a child-friendly zone in the area near the Greek-FYROM border for underage refugee and migrant children seeking...

Turkey’s Reconnaissance Planes Violate Greek Airspace

Two Turksih reconnaissance planes violated Greek airspace in the Aegean on Monday, three days before president Erdogan’s visit to Greece. The Greek defence ministry says...

Unions Representing Municipal Workers on Short-term Contracts Call for Strikes Following Court’s Job Ruling

Tensions are rising as unions who represent municipal workers on short-term contracts are calling for strikes through the country in protest of the court's...

Archbishop of Greece to Government: ‘We Will Not Deliver Our Homeland and Faith to...

Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos unleashed a scathing attack against the government and the political world during a speech in Livadia, central...

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