4.2 Million in Medical Supplies Donated to Greek Hospitals

A donation of medical supplies through the program "Give for Greece" has benefited many Greek hospitals.  The "Give for Greece" program is funded by...

The Best Greek Scientists Exiled from Greece

In his last book, John P. A. Ioannidis, professor in Disease Prevention, Pathology, Health Research and Policy and Statistics at Stanford University, praises the...

Activists Demand New Investigation Into Farmakonisi Deaths

In January 2014, a small boat that was transporting illegal migrants in Greek waters went under during a Greek Coast Guard operation near the...
Lalaria beach on Skiathos Island, Greece

One of Greece’s Most Famous Beaches Is Being Destroyed

Local residents and tourists are gradually destroying Lalaria, an impressive beach on the Greek island of Skiathos that is famous across the world for its natural...

Bribery Receiving Doctors Are Not Punished

Disciplinary councils in Greece are letting off easy doctors who have received briberies. At the same time, despite dozens of complaints about doctors who receive...

Greek Woman Helpless in Gaza: “I Pray to God to Protect my Children”

Angeliki is a Greek woman living in Gaza with her five children and her Palestinian husband, whom she met when he was studying in...

Greek, Italian Activists Launch Flotilla Against Syria Chemicals

A group of 40 Greek and Italian activists set off in a flotilla from the port of Chania on the island of Crete, Greece,...

Cremation with a Simple Written Statement

The Greek government gave the green light for the opening of cremation centers, with an amendment to the Environment Ministry bill. The regulations, signed by Interior...

Free Internet Access for 150,000 Families

The Greek government has decided to put a pilot program in motion which is estimated to cost 80 million euros. The aim is to...

Boutaris: ‘Turks Are Our Brothers, Europeans Our Partners’

The mayor of Thessaloniki, Yiannis Boutaris, met with Turkish Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu. During their discussion, Boutaris mentioned that there should be an open...

Illegal Gambling Yields 6 Billion Euros Turnover

According to estimates, the illegal gambling market turnover reached 5.5 to 6 billion euros in 2013, while at the same period legitimate gambling businesses showed...

Greek PPC Power Cut Results in Death of Quadriplegic Woman

A 56-year-old woman died in the area of Chania, Crete, due to a power cut. She had been quadriplegic for 20 years and was living...

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