Home Arrest Planned For Greek Convicts

A bill to let some Greek convicts serve out the rest of their sentences at home, under electronic surveillance, has been submitted to the...

HS Teachers Walk Alone on Strike

Elementary school teachers support the protests, as they decided to go on a 48-hour strike on September 18 and 19. The decision was taken...

Deep Impact of Melting Ice on Greece

A map published by the National Geographic official website, shows how the planet will be transformed if the ice melts. The interactive map, created by...

Birbili Named UN’s Ozone Chief

The former Minister for the Environment, Energy and Climate Change and close associate of George Papandreou, Tina Birbili, has been appointed the new executive...

Greek Soldiers Lack Food, Uniforms

The financial crisis that Greece is facing has had a negative impact on the Hellenic Army as well, where the situation is dramatic. Recruits...

Greek Unemployment’s New Record: 27.9%

More bad news for the Greek government's plan to reduce the jobless rate as the country's statistical agency ELSTAT said it set yet another...

MP Says Ancient Greek Irrelevant

A member of the Greek Parliament from the marginalized Democratic Left (DIMAR), Maria Repousi, said Ancient Greek has no relevance any more in schools...

Athens Losing War On Graffiti

Undaunted by the removal of graffiti which adorns many buildings in Athens, street artists promptly spray-painted the walls again almost the moment their work...

Free Medicine For the Poor and Uninsured

On September 10, the Health Ministry and the industry representatives signed an agreement for distributing free medicine to the poor and uninsured, in order...

Protesters Attack MP Pavlopoulos

There was tension outside the Parliament when the employees of the mining and metallurgical company LARKO, who were having a protest rally, saw New...

Protests in the Center of Athens

Employees of the mining and metallurgical company LARKO and the administrative staff of the Universities held simultaneous rallies and protests against the government plans...

More Greeks Migrate to Bulgaria

With unemployment ranging from 35 to 50 % in many occupations, more and more city residents are choosing to go to Bulgaria to find...

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