Evros On Alert

The rapid rise of the Evros River's water levels caused by the heavy rains and severe flooding during the past days in Turkey and...

Italy Ships Migrants Back to Greece

Italy's policy of sending unaccompanied migrant children and adult asylum seekers back to Greece means they will face a dysfunctional asylum system and abusive...

Athens Protest Over Murder of Pakistani Worker

Hundreds of protesters turned out in Athens on Jan. 19 for a demonstration against rising assaults on immigrants and the murder of a young...

EU Buys Lunch for Greek Students

Greece has turned to the European Union for funds to help feed hungry elementary school students, many of whom are going without lunch during...

Greek Gays Press EU Court On Unions

On January 16, the Grand Chamber is to hear the case Vallianatos and Others vs. Greece. The applicants are six Greek nationals who live...

Korean Tourist Says Greek Police Beat Him

South Korean back packer Hyun Young Jung, who had been traveling through Europe for more than a year before reaching Greece, has claimed he was...

Bombs Set Off at Greek Journalist’s Homes

Greek police are seeking suspects who authorities said set off a string of homemade bomb devices outside the homes of a number of journalists...

Greek Researchers Show Coke’s Health Benefits

Apparently, things do go better with Coke, at least according to Greek researchers. The new edition of the journal Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics presents a...

Fengarion Aids Greece’s Doctors of the World

Georgios Topoulos, born in Poland to a Greek father and Polish mother and now living in Switzerland, feels his Greek side being tugged at...

Modern Day Greek Santa Delivers Gifts

It seems that Crete had its very own Santa Claus this year. Dimitris Apostolakis, a DHL courier employee, decided to gather food, clothing, toys...

Turkish TV Shows Greeks Bad Guys

Greeks in Turkey who hold citizenship there are complaining that characters on Turkish TV shows are depicting the Greek minority as criminals, collaborators, traitors...

Study Shows Greek Jobless Will Hit 28%

With Greek unemployment already at a record of 26 percent, a study by the auditing company Ernst & Young showed it could reach 28...

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